$10 entry, $25 for families (2 adults and up to 4 children)
The Festival Picnic and concert has an incredible line-up on the festival stage including performers Nola Lauch, a Kirrae-wurrung/Bundjalung woman who lives on the Mornington Peninsula, Naomi Flatman from Melbourne Opera, music theatre icon Sally Bourne, local singer songwriter Sunny Reyne, The Fringe Festival Singers (directed by Dr Kathleen McGuire) and the extraordinary African tones of a capella sensation MAKEPESI. You may also see a giant weedy seadragon swim past.
Tickets may be purchased through the festival website. Just click here https://flindersfringe.com.au/events/community-picnic/
$10 entry and $25 for families (2 adults and up to 4 children).
The Festival picnic will be a relaxing and joyful way to bring the Flinders Fringe Festival to conclusion. You can choose to BYO everything or buy a snag from the Flinders Preschool. You can also enjoy a coffee or a glass of Rahona Valley wine. There will be fun activities for children and the community will unite in song at the Picnic.
Generously supported by our Festival Partners Community Bank Balnarring and District, Bendigo Bank and the Mornington Peninsula Shire.
Makepisi’s performance supported by our Festival Supporter The Arndt Collection.
Thank you to our Community Partners Flinders Community Association and Parish of St John’s Anglican Church Flinders.
The biggest thank you goes to the Flinders community for your enthusiasm and participation in the inaugural Flinders Fringe Festival.