Mordialloc Food, Wine and Music Festival 2015

Mordialloc Food, Wine and Music Festival 2015


Posted 2015-02-15 by JoMfollow

Sat 28 Feb 2015 - Sun 01 Mar 2015

The annual Mordialloc Food, Wine & Music Festival will be held on Saturday 28th February and Sunday 1st March 2015. The festival is a popular part of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival , and is proudly presented by City of Kingston, Bank of Melbourne and Quest Cheltenham. It is to be held at Peter Scullin Reserve, Beach Road, Mordialloc.

This family-friendly event features three stages to showcase a variety of live music including Kingswood, Russell Morris, Renee Geyer, Hat Fitz and Cara, Buddha in a Chocolate Box and Animaux. There is plenty of space to give your dancing shoes a workout too, with free dancing lessons by Swing Patrol.

Foodies will be well-catered for with a huge selection of international food to sample, including dumplings, burritos, burgers, souvlakis and smoothies. In addition, the 'Chef's Kitchen' will feature live cooking demonstrations by Firegreen Foods, The Spice People and Ebenezer Coffee & Wine Bar, among others. There will also be a 'Battle of the Chefs' from local favourite cafe Oscar's Hangout.

Beer and wine lovers will also be impressed with an abundance of beverages from local and regional retailers. Keep refreshed with an offering from 2 Brothers, Northway Downs Estate, Rebello Wines, Underground Winemakers, T'Gallant Winemakers, Grand Ridge Brewery, Mordialloc Cellar Door, Beckingham Wines or True South Brewery.

The top 20 images from the 'Lens Mist' photographic competition will be displayed, in addition to roving street theatre acts. There really is something for everyone.

Entry is $2 per person, or $5 for families. The festival is a no BYO alcohol event, and dogs are not permitted. It runs from 11am-10:30pm on Saturday 28th February, and 11am-6pm on Sunday 1st March.

Organisers are expecting 60,000 visitors across the two-day event. Limited parking is available near Peter Scullin Reserve, so walking, cycling or public transport is suggested. It is a short walk from Mordialloc train station, and is accessible by many bus routes. Visit Public Transport Victoria for details.

For more information, including full event program, please see City of Kingston website .

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