Revellers to soak up ‘Mordi Fest’

Mordialloc Festival - Cameron Howe
The Mordialloc Food, Wine and Music Festival is expected to be a hive of activity. An expected crowd of more than 40,000 revellers will soak up the blues sounds or beats by local DJs at Mordialloc's Peter Scullin Reserve. Foodies won't feel left out and will be able to sample fine wine, craft beers and gourmet food.

Cameron Howe, News by Cameron
February 24, 2018

The Mordialloc Food, Wine and Music Festival is expected to be a hive of activity next weekend. An expected crowd of more than 40,000 revellers will soak up the blues sounds or beats by local DJs at Mordialloc’s Peter Scullin Reserve. Foodies won’t feel left out either and will be able to sample fine wine, craft beers and gourmet food.

The event is the ‘crown jewel’ in the Council’s calendar and this year the headline act will be Electric Fields and The Black Sorrows. However, others may prefer the funky tunes wafting through the air by local DJs at the Jam Cafe on Saturday from 3:30pm.

According to Mayor, Steve Staikos, “the Mordi Fest will be bigger and better than ever this year – we’ve got a vibrant and eclectic program packed with something for absolutely everybody.”

Mordialloc restaurant, Bang Bang will join a total of forty-five vendors, who will cater to a variety of tastes. Whilst food trucks are expected to serve a dynamic mix of sweet and savoury food, visitors will also be able to taste supple and smooth reds or whites.

Roving performers, face-painting and kite making workshops will keep the little one’s entertained. The family-friendly event will run from 11am to 10pm on Saturday and on Sunday from 11am to 6pm.

Entry is $2 for individuals or $5 for families. For further information and the full line up, please visit kingston.vic.gov.au/mordifest.

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