Now celebrating their second Stony Creek Music Festival; McNish Reserve, Cruickshank Park (opposite Clare Court Children's Hub), Yarraville is where it's all happening on Tuesday 26 January 2016 from 1pm to 8pm.
It may be a free festival but it'll be delivering a day of fun and entertainment, 'live' performances and more for the whole family. There'll also be a 'Welcome to Country' ceremony, community stalls and food trucks.
The music line-up for the day will be headlined by renowned band Painters and Dockers who were inducted into 'The Age's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame' in 2010. They've not only had many national tours of their own, but have supported other bands like Iggy Pop, Nick Cave, Billy Idol and Midnight Oil.
The rest of the line-up following hot on their heels are Nick Barker and the Heartache State , Rebecca Barnard and the Delinquents, The Mud Cakes, Jadida, Magic Tony Kids WB, The Big Front and High Voltage Rock School. That's a lot of music to look forward to.
There's also a 'straw hat workshop' earlier in the day for the children, where they can decorate a straw hat from a curious selection of recycled bottle caps, corks, ribbons, fabric and other weird and unusual materials. The playground itself is a lot of fun and comes complete with a 6-metre long, 3-metre high dinosaur called 'Mimi the Muttaburrasaurus', offering children a unique play experience. Visit the website for more information.