This Mornington Peninsula tribute band and food truck festival is going to be huge. Being held at the national trust estate, Mulberry Hill in Langwarrin South, patrons will enjoy an incredible line-up of live entertainment while feasting on some fine fare served direct from the food truck kitchens. The Mulberry Hill Tribute Band & Food Truck Carnivale is being held over the weekend of Saturday November 4 and Sunday November 5th 2017 and for the best possible price, you best get in quick.
The entertainment line-up for this event is impressive. Saturday 4th November 2017 will feature some fantastic, old-fashioned Aussie rock with INXSIVE, a hugely successful tribute band paying homage to INXS, The Midnight Oil Show with Garry Hickman reviving the old Peter Garrett days for true Oil fans and Gold Chisel who have been belting out Chisel hits for the last ten years.
On Sunday 5th November 2017, the flavour is distinctly vintage and modern-day pop. You'll be able to sing along to all the songs when Bjorn Again present all your ABBA favourites. Bjorn Again have a rich 28-year history, performing in over 100 countries to amass a collective 7,000 strong concert record. That's a whole lot of dancing
queens. No less amazing are the Spicey Girls putting their own spin on the original Spice Girls. You won't believe they're not the real deal. Rounding out the entertainment on Sunday is Louie Lee Feltrin as Robbie Williams and the Katy Perry Tribute Show that will have everyone rocking to a kaleidoscope of colour.
With a troupe of supporting food trucks on hand, you can rock out all weekend and want for nothing but a pillow and blanket at the end of it. You're going to need it if you dance this party away. Feast on an assembly of dishes and
flavours, always fresh, always fast, served direct from those amazing little travelling kitchens. The best bit is, you never know what's going to appear on the menu, but one thing is certain, you are sure to find something to tickle your tastebuds. Organisers are promising 10 to 15 different food trucks each day, so there'll be plenty of variety.
The Mulberry Hill Tribute Band & Food Truck Carnivale is being held at the Mulberry Hill Estate located at 385 Golf Links Road, Langwarrin South. Protected by the National Trust, the house is open on weekends for guided tours and is a popular picnic, function and wedding venue location. The gates will be open for the festival at 11am both days, with the bands performing from 1pm, right through the afternoon.
This event is BYO chair as it's being held in a grassed paddock with trees for shelter and shade. The area directly in front of the stage will be standing room only, but behind that is unreserved seating where you can set up camp for the day. Sunscreen and water are also highly recommended and the festival will go ahead regardless of the weather.
Restricted to patrons aged 18 years and over, BYO alcohol is prohibited. This is a licensed event and a fully stocked bar will be accessible at the venue. In addition, glass objects, pets, tents, sun-shades, umbrellas and cutlery are also prohibited.
Tickets are strictly limited, with only 1,000 units available for each day. For Saturday 4th November 2017, the first 500 tickets will be sold at $40, increasing to $50 thereafter. For Sunday 5th November 2017, tickets start at $50 each for the first 500, increasing to $60 thereafter. Please note: A processing fee also applies. Tickets can be purchased from the