Enjoy the best of the Peninsula with this massive festival. At The Peninsula Picnic, you’ll savour all the perks of a foodie festival, with plenty of local food and wine, while listening to some talented Australian musicians. Enjoy the autumn breeze, pack a picnic rug, and drive down to Mornington Racecourse on Saturday March 19.
The Peninsula Picnic
At this boutique festival, you’ll enjoy the energy of a live music festival with the indulgence of a food and wine gathering.
Leading the line-up is rock musician Bernard Fanning, whose career spans over ten years. Meanwhile, five-piece Sydney group Boy & Bear will bring their 70s-inspired pop-folk vibes to the festival. Duo Mama Kin Spender will provide raw and powerful tunes. Then, Amaru Tribe will combine traditional music from Latin America with new and contemporary sounds. And finally, multi-instrumentalist Steph Strings will show off her skills.
The wonderful music will provide the perfect aural backdrop while you try local produce. The Peninsula Picnic will feature a selection of Mornington’s celebrated wineries and producers.
Where: Mornington Racecourse, Gate 3, 320 Racecourse Rd, Mornington.
When: Saturday March 19, from 11:30am to 7pm.
$99 for second release, which is on sale from now until 11:59pm on February 8.
$109 for final release, which is on sale from 12:01am on February 9.
Children aged 5-17 are $20, and kids under 5 are free.
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