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Tex Perkins to headline Kingston’s Harvest Festival

4 May 2017

Join us under the big top at Kingston’s Harvest Festival, headlined by Aussie music legend Tex Perkins.

The annual Harvest Festival brings a little bit of country to Kingston with top bluegrass, rockabilly and country artists set to perform on Saturday 13 May at Bicentennial Park in Chelsea.

This year’s event, marking Harvest Festival’s 11th anniversary, will be headlined by Tex Perkins who is widely known for fronting the popular Australian rock-band The Cruel Sea.

The event will also feature:

  • a host of musicians including Cash Savage, The Northern Folk and a range of other performers over two stages
  • sustainable workshops and activities in the Green Hub
  • free family movie The Jungle Book at 7pm
  • a range of market stalls.

Kingston’s Mayor David Eden said the Harvest Festival marks the celebration of the autumn harvest. “Harvest Festival has something for the whole family including non-stop music, workshops, market stalls, delicious locally produced food, licensed bars and amusement rides.”

“This is the final event in Kingston Council’s fantastic Season of Festivals and we invite you to join us for yet another great event where our community can gather together and celebrate.”

Harvest Festival is proudly supported by Ray White Patterson Lakes, Costco and Quest Cheltenham.

Harvest Festival, 11am-10pm Saturday 13 May
Bicentennial Park, Thames Promenade, Chelsea
$2 entry per person, $5 for families. No animals or BYO allowed.
Details:
kingston.vic.gov.au/harvest or phone 1300 653 356.

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