Melbourne offers a wide range of festivals all year round. This month, we've chosen the St Kilda Festival, which will be held on the 18th and 19th of February, to share a great deal with you that will be hard to refuse!
Just show your Happy Hour flyer at the Red Eye Bar to get exclusive offers on your drinks:
- Engage with the Community for Two Days of Exceptional Festivities
- Aboriginal Music at the Heart of a Unifying Festival
- Experience Live Performances from your Favourite Artists and Discover New Talent
- A Family-Friendly Community Event
- Study Destination's Special Happy Hour
Engage with the Community for Two Days of Exceptional Festivities at St Kilda's Festival
Originally created to raise the profile of St Kilda, this festival is now a key event in Melbourne's music scene that brings together and engages the St Kilda community, as well as the city as a whole. This free festival is open to all! The 42nd edition of the festival is condensed into two days of exceptional festivities featuring more than 50 up-and-coming and established artists!
Aboriginal Music at the Heart of a Unifying Festival
First People Firsts is dedicated to Aboriginal music and pays tribute to this culture by giving the stage to Australia's original community. Take to the main stage at St Kilda's foreshore or O'Donnell Gardens for a day full of activities and concerts in honour of Aboriginal culture.
Experience Live Performances from your Favourite Artists and Discover New Talent
The second day features the country's biggest names in music on various stages set up for the occasion. Rock, alternative, pop and more, this festival is sure to please all music lovers. Confidence Man
, Christine Anu
and many others will be on stage.
You will also be able to listen to the young artists who passed the selections of last year's New Music Competition and who won the right to perform at this talent-building festival.
To make sure you are well organised for this event, check out the festival map and the music programme on the various stages
A Family-Friendly Community Event
This festival is Australia's largest community festival. In addition to the many concerts, the St Kilda Festival offers a range of activities
for the whole family. You can learn all sorts of dances (Afro, Bollywood, etc.) or almost become a drumming expert on the two days of the festival.
Study Destination's Special Happy Hour
Good news: Study Destination has partnered with Red Eye Bar to make your time at the festival even more enjoyable. Indeed, come from us to 17 Carlisle Street with this flyer and enjoy an exclusive happy hour (from noon to 4pm and from 6pm to 7pm)! Feel free to pass on our great deal to your friends, just present your flyer with our logo and you'll get a special discount on your drink!
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