There will be pop up markets, street food, beer gardens, entertainment, a dog show, and local businesses will be there in force.
The aim of this festival is for people to connect and celebrate the bustling inner-city community. There will also be an excellent line-up of local musicians, bands, acoustic performers, choirs, community groups, dance groups, children's entertainment, comedians and more.
PERFORMANCES There will be two performance areas - the Precinct Music Stage and Alexkarbon Community Stage.
You can get comfortable on the grassed area or you can dance to great music. Or why not taste the many different foods from the variety of food trucks on offer. You can even buy a cold beer and relax with friends while being entertained by Melbourne's best local talent at The Precinct Music Stage.
The entrance to this area is via the corner of Errol Street and Victoria Street.
THE MORITZ BAR will feature drinks from Spain and will have their own pop up on Queensberry Street as part of this year's Multicultural Laneway.
You can learn to dance, learn a craft and watch traditional performances, all while eating delicious food and drinking a Spanish Moritz beer.
THE StARTers MARKET is back again this year and is an exciting initiative which showcases and supports the many talents of Melbourne's artists and creators. Here artists will either just exhibit or will exhibit and sell their works.
This will be located near the main festival entrance on Victoria Street. Most of these artists will not have shown their work before, so it should be an interesting part of the festival.
THE ANNUAL SPRING FLING DOG SHOW This is always a popular event at the festival and the categories featured include:
Owner/dog look alike
So start practising now so you can enter your dog!