The Mornington Peninsula will come alive with a wide range of events, held in a variety of unique venues with something to appeal to everyone.
Starting off back in 2008, the inaugural festival featured just six performances over four days and has grown bigger and better each year. The growing popularity and reputation of the festival now attracts many high profile international artists as well as many local talents.
Jazz, chamber music, classical, opera, electronic music and everything in between will all feature. Children haven't been forgotten, with the Kids Carnival on Friday 4 January, promising an afternoon of fun for the young and the young at heart with immersive activities and music.
The festival concludes with the Pelican Park Promenade as world-class musicians join together for a musical promenade. Meeting at the Pelican statues in Pelican Park, the journey winds its way around select locations where several performances will entertain. Bring along a picnic lunch before the promenade begins and enjoy this free event with family and friends.
Full program details including ticket details and prices are available here.
With locations including the iconic Whistlewood Art Gallery, Montalto Winery and the famous Peninsula Hot Springs, the festival brings much more than just music as you immerse yourself in all that the Peninsula has to offer.
The Mornington Peninsula's beautiful beaches, alfresco dining, shopping, wineries and so much more is a fantastic place to visit and explore. Click here for more information on all that is on offer and plan your visit today.