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Join us under the big top for a day of Australia’s top country, bluegrass and rockabilly artists. Headlined by Aussie music legend Tex Perkins,  Kingston’s Harvest Festival marks the celebration of the autumn harvest. Dating back to British-Saxon times, harvest celebrations were held when the success of a crop governed the lives of people and communities.
Harvest Festival has something for the whole family including non-stop music, fresh food and cooking demonstrations in the Harvest Kitchen, sustainable workshops in the Green Hub, market stalls, delicious locally produced food, licensed bar and amusement rides.  
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Harvest Festival’s headline act is Aussie music legend Tex Perkins

Tex Perkins is an Australian singer-songwriter, who is widely known for fronting the popular Australian rock-band The Cruel Sea, but has also performed with the Beasts of Bourbon, Thug, James Baker Experience, The Butcher Shop, Salamander Jim, and Tex, Don and Charlie.
In 1997, a portrait of Tex Perkins by artist Bill Leak won the Packing Room award at the Archibald Prize.

To view the full program - click here

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Bicentennial Park Chelsea

How to get there

By train: to Chelsea Station and walk along Thames Promenade.
By bus: Route 858 runs from Carrum Station along Thames Promenade.
For timetables see ptv.vic.gov.au

Dogs or other animals are not permitted.
No BYO alcohol please.


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Contact

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