We’ve got some exciting news.
Harvest ‘n’ Graze is bringing Victoria’s greenest ‘harvest’ and finest ‘graze’ to South Wharf Promenade, Melbourne.
On Sunday 1 March Harvest ‘n’ Graze is setting up on the banks of Yarra River. In between the cafes, restaurants and bars, South Wharf Promenade will set the perfect scene for a cosmopolitan riverside celebration. Headlined by the multitalented Guy Pearce & Darren Middleton (Powderfinger), this free family event will encapsulate the best of what Melbourne has to offer!
After 14 successful events around Victoria, we’re putting on our groovy garb and heading to the city. In between the Polly Woodside and the Convention Centre, in and amongst the gorgeously restored heritage cargo sheds there will be fabulous food, entertainment, market stalls and music aplenty! Together with Guy Pearce & Darren Middleton (Powderfinger) we have booked some of Melbourne’s finest musical talent to serenade the city, including Stella Angelico, Canyon, Kingston Crown, Ash Ball, DJ Malpractice and many more.
To accompany South Wharf’s world-class restaurants and bars, there will be up to 30 stalls of the State’s finest artisan delicacies and regional producers. The inspired team from The Dreaming Space will enchant the kids, along with face painting, jumping castles and roving entertainment all day long. Fisher & Paykel cooking demonstrations will entice Melbourne’s food enthusiasts. And best of all, it’s free entry… as the saying goes; the best things in life are free!
Exhibitor applications for Rippon Lea and Bright are now OPEN! We are also looking for stallholders for our good friends at ‘One Electric Day’
We are always looking for volunteers, so if your interests lie in entertainment and events and you want to get some experience under your belt, then you might want to volunteer? We will assist you in learning all the skills necessary to organise and operate successful festivals. If you’re interested email us at email@example.com, we will endeavour to get back to you quickly, but your patience is much appreciated!