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Kingston's annual Australia Day event, Globe to Globe World Music Festival showcases the very best in world music. Held in Clayton South, Globe to Globe is known for its diverse range of performances, workshops, international cuisine, kids entertainment, rides, and a spectacular fireworks finale.

Globe to Globe World Music Festival is a dog free, no BYO alcohol event.

    Did you attend Globe to Globe World Music Festival 2016?

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Join us at 11am for a free Kellogg's breakfast
proudly supported by Woolworths Clarinda

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Headliner Harts at 9pm

Darren Hart, better known as Harts, is a musician, singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, composer and music producer from Melbourne, Australia. He composes, produces and records his own music in his bedroom studio. Harts' music has been described as dance-oriented alternative rock and electronic indie, blending elements of funk, post-disco, psychedelic rock, soul, new romanticism, and blues.

More recently, Harts has become known for his Hendrix-like guitar playing and unique blend of Funk, Pop, Rock and Soul music, which has earned praise from wide range of musicians such as Prince, Nick Littlemore, André Cymone, Ross Wilson, Lars Stalfors and music industry such as Paul Lester, Tom Robinson, Matt O'Connor and Richard Kingsmill. 




Rodriguan Social Club of Victoria
Chinese Drum Dance
Tiger World Class Taekwondo
Indian Classical and Bollywood Dance




Kingston community centres proudly present free kid's activities:

face painting

balloon animals

crazy coloured hair spray

giant connect 4 and jenga

plus the playground, heaps of rides and all day entertainment!




International cuisine

Delicious sweets

Beer, wine and cider





Namatjira Park, Clayton South

Entry from Springs Road 


Arriving by public transport:
Take the train to Clayton Station and walk along Clayton Road to Lanark Street (10mins)
then along Lanark Street to Simon Street, then enter the rear of Namatjira Park to the festival (5 mins)

The 631 bus runs every half hour from Clayton shopping centre to Namatjira Park.


Plan your trip at





Chinese Drum Dance and Chinese Ethnic Dance

Rodriguan Social Club of Victoria

Kultura Pilipino

Manasis School of Greek Dance and Culture

Tiger World Class Taekwondo Demonstration

Wadaiko Rindo Japanese Drumming

Indian Classical & Bollywood Dancer






 Want to join the lineup for Globe to Globe World Music Festival 2017?

Performer and vendors applications for our 2016 Season of Festivals have now closed.
If you would like to be added to our 2017 database please email