Mordi Fest

Next date: Saturday, 02 March 2024 | 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM

Crowd shot from Mordi Fest

Mordi Fest is back for 2024!

Join us for a sensational festival of live music, food and family fun as we bring Mordialloc’s foreshore to life.


Pierce Brothers

Sunday : Pier Stage 5:00pm - 5:45pm

For years twin brothers Jack and Patrick's high energy duo Pierce Brothers has been a staple of the Australian indie-folk/ blues & roots scene. Exploding onto the world stage in 2014, the brothers started their journey as buskers on Bourke street (alongside other incredible busking acts Tash Sultana and Tones and I), and soon became a must-see act. Having established themselves as an integral part of the music scene in Australia and abroad, the brothers have toured relentlessly.

The band’s music has grown with them and has seen them release a top 15 ARIA debut album and two Top 10 ARIA EPs as well as amassing over 30 million global streams. The pair lived out their dream of headlining a maxed-out Forum Theatre in their hometown of Melbourne, before taking on a massive world tour, headlining venues all over the globe, playing arenas supporting Tash Sultana, as well as massive AAA festivals in North America, Europe, and Australia.

During the 2020 lockdown the boys retreated into the studio for 6 weeks and recorded the album, 'Into The Great Unknown'. The album explores previously uncharted territory for the twins.

Pierce Brothers kicked off 2022 with a brand new single 'When It All Goes Away', co-written with Garrett Kato, followed by an affecting indie-pop ballad 'How Sweet Is This Love' featuring Steph Strings, the follow up uplifting release of “The Captive” produced by Jan Skubiszewski.

2023 was even bigger with the epic single ‘High & Unsteady’ co-written, recorded and produced by platinum award winning, producer, engineer, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Tash Sultana.

Spotify link: Pierce Brothers

Teen Jesus and The Jean Teasers

Saturday : Pier Stage 7:45pm - 8:30pm

The music of TEEN JESUS AND THE JEAN TEASERS is a pure balance of emotion and conscious observations of the world around them. Punk-rock music packed with heart and wit – it’s this combination of energy and musicianship that has made TEEN JESUS AND THE JEAN TEASERS one of Australia’s most exciting sets of voices.

Demonstrating their evolution across an impressive string of releases and performances around the country since their 2019 debut, TEEN JESUS AND THE JEAN TEASERS embrace 2023 with the release of their highly anticipated debut studio record, I LOVE YOU.

Their first collection of material since 2022’s Pretty Good For A Girl Band EP, this debut album combines the band’s formative experiences with a renewed and refocused creative direction. Shedding any pressures they’d previously put on themselves to exceed the expectations of anyone else outside their circle, TEEN JESUS AND THE JEAN TEASERS express confidence and trust in not just the creative process, but each other, with beautiful strength.

I LOVE YOU sees all members of TEEN JESUS AND THE JEAN TEASERS take lead songwriting duties at varying points of the record, positioning it as a perfect statement of intent.

Where their debut EP introduced listeners to the band’s potential, I LOVE YOU is definitive: TEEN JESUS AND THE JEAN TEASERS are more than the Australian music industry buzz has hinted towards.

They are pure joy, rage, and euphoria, delivered with precision and heart.


Spotify link: Teen Jesus and The Jean Teasers

The Vanns

Saturday : Pier Stage 9:00pm - 10:00pm

Since their inception in 2013, The Vanns have been crafting music that not only stirs up a melting pot of indie and alt-rock influences, but delivers a fresh, modern sound that has seen them fast become one of the most in demand young bands on Australia’s east coast.

Spotify link : The Vanns

Tim Rogers & The Twin Set

Sunday Pier Stage 6:00pm - 7:00pm

The songs of Tim Rogers weave and glide across the field the way an elite footballer dances through the defence.

It appears effortless to us out in the stands. Sometimes we mistakenly call it magic, although it is anything but. We don’t see all the work – the backyard games, the repetitions, the frost-covered training grounds, the hard losses – that go into making greatness.

For a songwriter, that’s life, the personal struggles, the birthdays missed, the long days far from home, as well as the triumphs, the hits, the encores.

Here is the difference between sport and art. Years after setting off on a great rock’n’ adventure with You Am I, Tim Rogers is still operating at the top of his game, not in retirement but writing songs as rich and memorable, and as heart-breaking too, as any he has ever written.

 The evidence is there on 'The Lives of Others', the 11th studio album from You Am I. It is an album recorded under difficult circumstances during a pandemic yet soaring from the speakers with all the power and grace under pressure of the band’s earlier classics like 'Hi Fi Way' and 'Hourly, Daily'.

 The 'Lives of Others' follows the 2017 Rogers solo set 'An Actor Repairs', the kind of record which confirms that, in certain circumstances, a songwriter can keep on getting better through the years. It features 'The Umpires Son', a story of childhood so vivid that you can almost smell the liniment and hear the bounce of ball on turf. Other songs, like 'One More Late Night Conversation' and 'A Mother Daughter Thing', reveal the emotional honesty that songwriters can find with a lifetime of experience.

If you didn’t already know that Rogers is one of the great lyricists as well as one of the finest writers of a melody that Australia has ever produced, these two albums will set you straight.

A songwriter’s work is often seen by others as a personal soundtrack. But threaded through Rogers’ work are the fine details that so many identify with, whether it is the Arrowroot biscuits in 'You Just Don’t Do It For Me Friend' (from the 1999 solo debut by Tim Rogers and the Twin Set, 'What Rhymes with Cars and Girls') or meeting on the town hall steps in 'If We Can’t Get It Together' (from 'Hourly, Daily').

The circumstances that have led Rogers to another songwriting high in 2021 are in part because a life in a rock’n’roll band didn’t allow him to retire to a mansion in the Hollywood hills but carry on with the same joys, sorrows and doubts as the rest of us.

The local, it turns out, is universal, and the songs Tim Rogers writes are a soundtrack for a lot of lives of others too.

He also has been energised by his openness to new creative paths and collaborations.

He released two albums with backing band The Temperance Union : 'Spit Polish' in 2004 and 'Dirty Ron/Ghost Songs' in 2005, with guest appearances from Missy Higgins and Rebecca Barnard, followed by solo sets The Luxury of Hysteria (2007) and Rogers Sings Rogerstein (2012). He worked with Tex Perkins as T’N’T for the 2006 album 'My Better Half', and with Lance Ferguson co-wrote the songs for The Rules of Attraction (2015) by Tim Rogers and the Bamboos.

Spotify link: Tim Rogers & The Twin Set



Albert Salt


  • Beach Stage 2:15pm - 3:00pm
  • Jam Cafe 4:00pm - 4:45pm

Spotify link: Albert Salt



Alexander Biggs

Saturday: Pier Stage 1:30pm - 2:15pm

Alexander Biggs makes softly devastating music that hooks ears and breaks hearts.

His distinctly gentle vocals, stinging lyricism, melodic ingenuity and evocative acoustic arrangements so effectively encapsulate the ambiguous pain of early adulthood.

Alexander Biggs’ debut album Hit or Miss was released independently on February 3 2021 and features singles ‘Madeleine’, ‘Low’ and ‘Laundromat’.

Self recorded and produced by Alexander Biggs, Hit or Miss was written and recorded in many places — from blanket fort hideaways in a noisy city to a suburban kitchen; the lively lounge room of friends of friends to a makeshift bedroom on the lounge floor of his mother’s house.

The 27-year-old songwriter has supported top tier talent including Julien Baker, Frightened Rabbit & Evan Dando (The Lemonheads), received tastemaker support from folks at triple j, BBC Radio 1, KCRW, Rolling Stone Australia, Consequence of Sound, and Paste Magazine among others, and amassed over 13 million streams on Spotify.

Alexander’s music has resonated with audiences across the world, and seen him perform in the UK, US and South America.

Spotify link: Alexander Biggs

Arabella and the Heist

Saturday: Beach Stage 3:15pm - 4:00pm

Arabella and The Heist are a femme-led hard rock outfit from Melbourne, Australia. Packing out venues across the city, the group brings energy and excitement to crowds, fuzing fuzz, desert rock and punk traditions with an individual and unique sonic flavor.

Spotify link: Arabella and the Heist


Sunday : Beach Stage 5:45pm - 6:30pm

Bananagun are a five-piece band from Melbourne led by songwriter Nicholas Van Bakel.

There’s a deeply percussive element to the band’s psychedelic ode to Mother Nature, as seen in their debut album The True Story of Bananagun, released to critical acclaim in 2020.

Uncut said that “they can’t help but sound addictively cheerful”, naming it one of their albums of the year, and it topped Shindig’s best of year list.

As a live outfit the band are electric and eclectic, matching the psychedelic songwriting of Electric Prunes and The Free Design with Stereolab’s fizz and pop.

Spotify link:  Bananagun


Cousin Tony's Brand New Firebird

Saturday : Beach Stage 6:15pm - 7:00pm

Cousin Tony's Brand New Firebird are one of Melbourne’s favourite indie bands, with adoring fans traveling across state lines to see them play. This year, with several new singles on the way and their 3rd album due for release, Cousin Tony’s are set for a major breakthrough. Their shows get rave reviews, and before the pandemic struck they have already played internationally (touring the UK, and appearing at “The Great Escape” festival)

With two critically acclaimed albums, several EPs, and millions of streams to their name, Cousin Tonys Brand New Firebird have released a string of indie hits, including live favourites like “Melbourne Bitter”, “Head Home”, “Cool Parties”, “Morning Person”, “Soothsayer”, “Best Face to London” and “Love Is Heartbreak”. There is nothing comparable to a Cousin Tony’s show in full swing so come along, and celebrate their current single, “When This is Over”.

Dan Cully

Sunday : The Dock  2:15pm - 3:00pm

Indie/folk/roots artist Dan Cully is a nationally touring one-man band, incorporating harmonica, Didgeridoo, stomp box, guitar and soaring vocals.

He has a unique ability to sing eloquently about connection with land, with self and with the things that make his life meaningful. In 2022 he played his single "Mother Nature", from his debut EP, on live television in Australia, drawing more eyes to his musical journey.

In 2023 Dan had some notable performances at Luminous Festival, Renaissance Festival, and being the support act for the award-winning folk artists, The Weeping Willows, at Ararat Town Hall.

Spotify link: Dan Cully

In 2024 Dan Cully headled for SnowyFest, and will be touriung the East cost of Oz extensivley playing a slew of shows and festivals.

Des Cortez

Saturday: Pier Stage 12pm

Spending the last year honing their skills, Des Cortez are a force to be reckoned with. Comprising of high school friends Devlin (drums) Paddy (bass) and Sam (guitar/vocals) the trio developed their unique hazy indie sound in the summer after their year 12 year, cumulating in the release of their debut EP ‘Burn After Listening’ in 2021 that launched them into the Melbourne scene.

Since then, Des Cortez have taken Melbourne by storm, releasing a string of beloved singles and regularly playing in front of huge crowds including a recent sold-out single launch in the Espy’s Gershwin room. The band also frequently support larger acts, such as Agung Mango, Summer Thieves, South Summit and The Rions.

Their live sets have been described as intimate and mesmerising due to their high energy as well as catchy rhythm and melodic sections that reflect the nuance of their recordings.

Spotify link: Des Cortez

Dugong Jr

Saturday: Beach Stage 7:15pm - 8:00pm

Melbourne / Naarm born Dugong Jr flaunts a unique genre bending take on song writing & production. Derived from a strong connection to his Chinese- Australian heritage, and drawing on childhood influences of Hip Hop and Chinese cinema, Dugong creates lush soundscapes with a strong focus on electronic music.

Keeping himself busy over the last 12 months, Dugong Jr is set to release his highly anticipated debut album, ‘Good Time Hotel’ via the Berlin-based record label Majestic Casual in the coming months.

Spotify link: Dugong Jr

Eliza Hull

Sunday : Pier Stage 2:00pm - 2:45pm

Having established herself as one of Australia’s most important voices and striking songwriters of recent years, musical artist Eliza Hull has proven the longevity of her art, and continued evolution. New single ‘Running Underwater’ sees Hull work with ARIA Award-winning producer Pip Norman (Baker Boy, Missy Higgins) The track was first performed by Hull during a powerful appearance on ABC’s Q&A on national TV. It’s the first song Hull has written about living with condition ‘Charcot Marie Tooth’.

In recent years, Hull has emerged as an accessibility advocate within the industry, her determinism and approach to educating and spurring on change in structure and perspective has been incredibly influential, she consults with organisations such as The ARIAS and APRA and has spoken at events including SXSW, Bigsound, Changes, Human Rights Convention and at Parliament House. She was also the creator of Isolaid’s ‘Accessible All Areas’ a live stream featuring Deaf and Disabled artists which garnered over 50k streams.

Musically the way Eliza Hull can captivate a room has propelled her onto the national radar, with many notable performances at venues and events including the Sydney Opera House, Ability Fest, Forum Theatre, Hamer Hall, NYE On The Hill and more. Hull has made an impact at showcase events including BIGSOUND and SXSW, as well as touring with the likes of Ainslie Wills, BATTS, Mia Dyson, Husky and SAFIA and recently performing at The Great Escape Festival, Aussie BBQ in London and touring with UK artist Ruth Lyon throughout the UK.

Her song writing talents have led Hull to co-write with artists Gordi and Odette – collaborations both set to appear on her forthcoming EP, ‘Here They Come’ which is due out December 1st 2023. Her music has been featured in TV internationally in shows including Awkward, Teen Wolf, Saving Hope and in Australia on The Heights and And Then Something Changed.

Spotify link: Eliza Hull

Emilee South

Saturday : Beach Stage 5:15pm - 6:00pm

Emilee South plays commanding and fervent rock music. Combining the raw edge of punk with the driving force of rock, South shouts unapologetically over chaotic guitar riffs and charging rhythms to themes of capitalism, feminism, privilege, and the power of community.

A follow up to ‘Weekend’, South's new single ‘Rat Race’ is about being a cog in the machine, a rat on the wheel, running all the time just to get by. Angular guitars protrude over the pulsing, relentless rhythm section. South's vocals glide along, until explosions of chaos punctuate the hypnotic pulse—symbolic of exhaustion from the constant hustle.

South and band have released two EPs to sold-out crowds, performed at Bigsound, Sheila’s Shakedown and Brunswick Music Festival; and recently appeared at LuliePalooza as part of their stacked 2023 lineup.

Produced by Anna Laverty, ‘Rat Race’ is out now.

Spotify link: Emilee South


Sunday : Beach Stage 3:45pm - 4:30pm

Naarm/Melbourne based musician ENOLA infuses hard hitting tracks with a stinging vulnerability, applying the salve to the self-inflicted wound. With an instinctual understanding of the balance between heightened drama and grimy reality, ENOLA is
simultaneously screaming from the rooftops and digging their nails into the cracks of the pavement.

Their raw post-punk is underpinned by a background in electronic production, melded with the grunge and shoe gaze ever present in their home base of Naarm/Melbourne. In the same vein as Shame and Fontaines DC, ENOLA traverses boundless plains musing on isolation and in search of catharsis. Poignant and uninhibited, their vocals are a punch in the gut, leaving a familiar pang felt in the most unexpected ways. An enigmatic performer, ENOLA brings a wild energy, holding audiences so tightly captive that static builds and lightning could strike, splintering it all apart at any moment. Having supported the likes of RVG, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever and Divide and Dissolve all in the last six months, ENOLA has made a name for themselves as one of the most exciting live acts in the country. Delivering the urgency of IDLES and atmosphere of Joy Division, ENOLA have carved out their own unique sound, an important and powerful contribution that needs to be heard.

Spotify link: Enola

Frank Sultana

Sunday : Pier Stage 4:00pm - 4:45pm

Frank Sultana is an Australian modern-day bluesman. Pre WW2 mojo, dark, dirty guitar tones and a voice that has the grit and soul of the characters and places he writes and sings about.

Frank has been writing, recording and performing his original blues songs in Australia since his 2011 debut 'Blues from the Lost Motel' and now has 4 EPS and 8 albums under his belt, including 3 releases in the last 2 years.

In January 2023, among a field of 150 artists from around the world, Frank competed in and won the solo/duo section of the International Blues Challenge in Memphis Tennessee. He is only the third Australian to do so in the events 38-year history. While in Memphis, he also recorded his new album at the iconic Sun Studios where so many greats before him have recorded. The resulting album is his new release 'The Ghosts of Sun'. His amazing band, features Dan Sullivan on harp, and takes Frank's songs into steam train swamp via old school blues and delivers a show not to be missed.

Spotify link: Frank Sultana

George Villa

Saturday : Beach Stage 4:15pm - 5:00pm

Growing up in small town Hamilton jamming guitar with his two brothers and raised by a mother in a band, for as long as he’s known, George Villa has been chasing the rush of live music.

After an early childhood spent penning songs and playing guitar in the footsteps of his mum, George’s DIY beginnings evolved into the digital territories of Soundcloud during high school, where he and a producer mate took his guitar-driven songwriting to home recording bedroom studio setups and Logic production software. After his first few Soundcloud releases started getting attention, it was the sign that George needed to take a chance and start pursuing music as more than a passion project, relocating to Auckland city two years ago to start working on his forthcoming debut EP with acclaimed Australian producer Dave Hammer (Lime Cordiale, Baker Boy) and Wellington collaborator Neil Macleod.

Shaped by artists including King Krule, The Beatles, and Bob Dylan, George Villa’s sound reflects his upbringing influenced by both the greats of his parents’ generation and the new- wave contemporary styles of the internet era. With a fusion of elements between indie rock, soul, reggae, pop, and psychedelic, the music mirrors George’s personality - chill, mellow atmospheres with a dreamy underlying groove, raw delivery, and infectiously cheeky tone.

Set to be followed by his debut EP dropping later this year, George Villa’s introductory track, ‘Running Free’, is a tongue-in-cheek rejection anthem born out of jealousy after he found himself being replaced by his girlfriend’s new book stealing her attention. With its grooving bass lines, reggae-infused percussion, and lush melodies, George turns his frustration into a playful narrative reclaiming dismissal with his free-spirited charm and quick-witted writing talents. The hook's earworm refrain, “she thinks that I’m a loser, but at least I’m running free,” captures the laidback essence of George Villa’s sun-soaked, soothing, and whimsical songwriting.

Following ‘Running Free’ is first official single ‘Addicted’, a dreamy and intimate collaboration with Wellington-based alt R&B artist Rhys Rich. Driving with striking percussion kicks and piano chords, the collab brings together two of Aotearoa’s most distinct voices, fusing potent soulful harmonies and spirited ad-libs to create an irresistible, all-consuming love song sure to be your
next obsession.

Spotify link: George Villa

Harley Luscombe


  • Beach Stage 11:15pm - 12:00pm
  • The Dock  2:15pm - 3:00pm

Harley Luscombe
is a singer songwriter from the best suburb there is; Mordialloc.

His catalogue of original songs, with a few classic covers are sure to have you grooving along with him.

Spotify link: Harley Luscombe


Saturday : The Dock  7:30pm - 9:00pm

Jordz is a talented and versatile coastal-based artist. Having held residencies across multiple venues in Mordi, she's a familiar face to the music scene. A DJ, producer and vocalist, Jordz blends together melodic and progressive sounds, providing a unique and captivating sound to her audience.

Spotify link: Jordz


Kee’ahn is a First Nations musician from North Queensland whose name derives from the Wik word meaning to dance, and to play.

Effortlessly blending the sounds of soul, R&B and pop throughout their music, Kee'ahn weaves lush melodies and words reminiscent of heartbreak and healing. Their rich vocals and hopeful yet vulnerable lyrics champion finding strength in our struggles, encouraging us all to reflect, reinvent, and rejoice in all of our own journeys. Kee’ahn honours their name and Ancestors through their soulful music.

Garnering critical acclaim ever since their debut single “Better Things”, Kee’ahn followed it up the brilliant “Sunsets” and then their collaboration with Emma Donovan “Take No More”.

They released “Catch the Night in November 2023 and has an album planned for 2024.

"Kee’ahn has the ability to floor you with her spectacular voice, and as a songwriter she brings intimate moments to the surface like she’s lifting a feather to the sky - it’s mystifying and gracious." - Nkechi Anele, Roots ‘N’ All presenter – triple j

Spotify link: Kee'ahn

Kim Salmon's Smoked Salmon

Saturday : Pier Stage 3:30pm - 4:15pm

Originally aspiring to be a nuclear physicist, Kim Salmon was swayed by the sounds of rock’n’roll and became a Scientist. He later became a Beast of Bourbon and then a Surrealist.

He’s been a seminal influence on Garage and Grunge Rock and countless bands including Nirvana, Mudhoney, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, White Stripes, Sonic Youth, The Drones and Spacemen 3.

In 2019, Kim reappeared in the spotlight with another tour with The Beasts, a biography and book of art and 2 new singles as well as his beloved Scientists being inducted into the WAM Hall Of Fame.

He now takes his new solo outfit out on the road to showcase new material as well as play hits from his illustrious back catalogue.

Spotify link: Kim Salmon

Maggie Alley


  • Beach Stage 2:45pm - 3:30pm
  • Jam Cafe 4:15pm - 5:00pm

Spotify link: Maggie Alley



  • Beach Stage 1:45pm - 2:30pm
  • Jam Cafe  3:15pm - 4:00pm

Malcura have been performing their exhilarating brand of acoustic fusion since 2013, honing their craft as buskers in Melbourne’s Bourke Street Mall.

Combining the technical ability and passion of Flamenco with Gypsy Jazz, Latin rhythms and a Rock’n’Roll mentality, Malcura have captivated the Australian public with their distinctive sound.

Driven by the dynamic and evocative lead-guitar playing of Joshua Voce and backed by the powerful rhythm section of Simon Wood on Drums and Colin Andrews joining on Bass, Malcura create music for the soul; it’s a feeling as much as it is a sound.

Spotify link: Malcura

Mark Howard


  • Pier Stage 11:00am - 11:45am
  • Jam Cafe 1:15pm - 2:00pm

Phillip Island troubadour, Mark Howard has shared his musical tales across 45 countries, earning critical acclaim in both his native Australia and across the globe. Crafting his debut album, 'Passing Strangers,' while navigating the global pandemic in his coastal hometown of Phillip Island, Victoria, Mark's music blends swampy grooves with fresh melodic twists weaving between the boundaries of folk, rock, blues, and alt-country.

With a rich background in theatre honing his craft on stage, Mark's soul-stirring songwriting continues to enchant audiences, leaving an indelible mark both locally and worldwide. His talents have been recognised with multiple accolades from prestigious festivals like the Edinburgh and Adelaide Fringe.

Having graced the stage alongside iconic Australian artists such as Tim Rogers, Billy Thorpe, Ross Wilson, Tash Sultana, Alex Lloyd, Thirsty Merc, and Pete Murray, Mark has recently traversed Australia, New Zealand, and the UK on an extensive tour, promoting his album, 'Passing Strangers.'

Mark Howard's musical journey continues with the upcoming release of his latest single, 'Scarlette,' set to captivate listeners worldwide on February 16th across all major platforms.

Spotify link: Mark Howard

Mast Gully Fellers

Sunday: Beach Stage 11:45am - 12:30pm

Mast Gully Fellers are renowned for a unique, but familiar ‘Australiana Bar-Room Folk’ sound which meanders through alt-country and blues, to bush folk ballads, and celtic punk. Their songs are filled with distinctly Australian yarns of country pubs, bush life, love, traveling adventures, and local history.

Spotify link: Mast Gully Fellers

Mathilde Anne

Sunday: Beach Stage 12:45pm - 1:30pm

When artist Mathilde Anne tells her story, you know she’s speaking for you too. Whether in haunting beauty, or lyrically shooting from the hip, Mathilde speaks her mind. Wildly writing from personal experience and feeling, her sights are always set on offering a sense of understanding and representation. Mathilde has amassed fierce inspiration from the likes of modern artists Gracie Abrams, Julia Stone, Sir Chloe, as well as all-time legends The Kinks, Blondie, Otis Redding, and The Rolling Stones. Growing up in a musical household means her limbs and soul are now deeply rooted in music of all genres and timelines.

Alongside Melbourne’s very prolific producer James Seymour (FEELDS, Merpire, Jess Fairlie), Mathilde released her official debut single under Mornington Peninsula label, Sandhill Records. ‘I’ve Had Enough’ (March 2022) was written in collaboration with Max Wilson (MAXON), Nayomi Pattuwage (Like Bear, Heaps Stoked Productions) and Cheryl Beattie (The Music Industry School of Music). Painting a picture with crooked lines of frustration, smeared red across relationships with the flaky and non-committal.

In July 2022, Mathilde released 'Dancing in the Living'; another James Seymour-produced masterpiece. DITLR was written after being selected to create a Covid-19 recovery song for the Mornington Peninsula Shire's ‘262 Project’. It depicts a kaleidoscope of emotions that were only exacerbated by the Melbourne lockdowns. This track is special to Mathilde's story, and gave momentum to her desire to help those struggling with the same trials.

Since her debut headline show in June 2022, Mathilde has been making waves collaborating, developing and playing in some of Australia’s most iconic music venues including Oxford Arts Factory, The Northcote Social Club and The Gaso (to name a few). In
November of 2022, Mathilde and her management team at Sandhill Records, secured not one... but two government funding opportunities to write, produce and release what will be Mathilde’s debut LP (due 2024).

Once again teaming up with producer James Seymour (Elizabeth M. Drummond, Merpire), the pair have really managed to pull at the heart strings of Mathilde's latest release ‘To Be Honest’.

"'To Be Honest’ was one of my favourite songs to record. It came together instantly. James and I really wanted to create something soft but gritty at the same time”, says Mathilde. “We created multiple juxtaposing guitar patterns to express the emotion in the track and this ended up starting a bit of a theme throughout the whole album”.

Written by Mathilde and her manager, Max Wilson (MAXON), this song is here for you like a passive aggressive therapist kind of way.
Mathilde's debut album is currently being recorded. Stay tuned for announcements and updates throughout 2024!

Spotify link: Mathilde Anne

Mick Thomas’ Roving Commission

Sunday : Beach Stage 4:45pm - 5:30pm

Raconteur, troubadour, balladeer and poet, Mick Thomas is best known as the song master of icons Weddings Parties Anything.
His band The Roving Commission features Squeezebox Wally on Piano Accordion, Ben Franz (The Waifs) on bass, Dave Folley on drums (Tex Perkins) and bright new talent on guitar and vocals, Brooke Taylor with Mick’s unique mix of folk, roots and country and occasional cameo by ex WPA violinist, Jen Anderson.

Having not spent the Victorian lockdowns idle, Mick and his fine band ended up producing not one but two albums.
“See You On the Other Side” came out in June 2020 and featured the landmark ‘chain recording’ track See You When I’m Looking At You showcasing a plethora of artists such as Angie Hart, Nick Barker, Vicki Thorn and the late, great Ron Peno.

The second of these ‘City’s Calling Me’ was released July 2021.

In early 2022 he reformed his much loved Weddings, Parties, Anything to play 3 exclusive shows at Riverboats, Port Fairy Folk Festival and Bluesfest before getting the Roving Commission back out on the road for another national tour which saw the band sell out rooms across the country.

With yet another album being released in 2023, “Where only Memory Can Find You” which hit the ARIA charts,

Spotify link: Mick Thomas


Saturday : Pier Stage 6:30pm - 7:15pm

MID CITY churn incendiary indie anthems, microwave-ready for a mainstage sing-along. Describe them in 3 words? Hooks, hooks and hooks.

Ben Woodmason (guitar) found Joel Griffith (vox) from a post looking for the “greatest showman alive” Collingwood. With Ben's brother Tim (drums) and good buddy Jimmy Campbell (bass), they set about writing what they'd all wanted to hear but couldn't find: Straight-ahead tunes with energy and relatability. Songs that would connect with an audience looking to love guitar music again.

And it's worked. Straight off the bat, the 4-piece secured a number of high profile placements across their home turf including a top 10 most played spot on Triple J radio with their single 'Old Habits'. 'Old Habits' also kicked up a fuss in Germany in 2019 when TV/podcast star Ollie Shultz shared the track, leading the song to hit the Spotify's Viral top 50 and College Radio Charts in Germany. Follow up singles 'Liar Liar', 'Forget It' and 2022's 'Choc Mint' also all scored BBC1's Jack Saunders' coveted NEXT WAVE endorsement.

With an impressive live reputation already brewing, the group quickly took off for stages across the globe, slaying sweaty club shows across Germany, the UK and Australia including packed out shows at BIGSOUND, Reeperbahn Festival, an unholy mud fest of a show at The Hills Are Alive Festival and a main stage sundown slot at New Years Eve on the Hill.

Millions of streams later, MID CITY aren't about to slow down. With the world still crawling back into life, MID CITY is already back in full swing with two barnstorming tours of Europe in '22 under their belts including electric mainstage performances at Haldern Pop, Taubertal and Obstwiesen festivals as well as packing out their first ever French show in Paris.

Now with the fresh new cut 'Emily' in hand ahead of their debut album 'Happy Ever After' landing Aug 25, MID CITY come armed with insane energy and choruses for days. They might just be exactly what the live music world needs right now.

Spotify link: MID CITY


Saturday : Beach Stage 8:15pm - 9:30pm

Nam is a Melbourne based DJ of Vietnamese heritage who is a permanent fixture of music collective - The Operatives - Nam, has made a name for himself at the forefront of Melbourne’s musical landscape with his signature quick fire mixing style and contagious energy behind the decks.

Nam’s multi-genre, mind bending sets traversing the musical landscape between Pop, Hip Hop,Rock, RnB, Party, House & Global Sounds and everything in between, means you will never be bored. Nam has supported a plethora international artists and performed at multiple iconic festivals over the years. Nam continues to be an active member of Melbourne’s music scene who is forever pushing the boundaries of his musical landscape.

Nam is looking forward to returning to Mordi Fest 2024!

Spotify link: Nam

Olivia G

Sunday : The Dock 12:15pm - 1:00pm

Olivia G is a singer/songwriter from Melbourne, Australia.

Olivia started singing from the age of 5 years old and since then Olivia has sung at major festivals and events around Melbourne. Growing up she was heavily influenced by artists such as Janis Joplin, Aretha Franklin, Adele, Etta James and Amy Winehouse.

Olivia loves to sing a variety of genres including blues, soul, pop, rock and jazz.

Currently Olivia is working in studios in Melbourne and writing and recording. Olivia evokes the crowd with her emotion, connection to music and distinctive vocal tone


Saturday : The Dock  6:30pm - 7:30pm

R.em.edy is a Melbourne-based singer, producer and songwriter who makes music primarily in the R&B, soul, indie pop and hip-hop genres. Her songwriting stems from her own life experiences, employing emotional vulnerability and honesty to discuss topics such as feminism, relationships, sexual liberation as well as self-love and individuality. She has quickly become known in the Melbourne music scene for her distinctive vocals, hard-hitting beats, raw lyricism and advocacy for artists with disabilities, all whilst surpassing 1,800,000 Spotify streams on her own music within the last three years.

Spotify link: R.em.edy

Rikki Nightfly

Saturday : The Dock  5:00pm - 6:30pm

Hailing from the bayside suburb of Chelsea, from a young age Rikki Nightfly was always a veracious consumer of music. This passion quickly morphed into an addiction, transforming into a vinyl record collecting fanatic.

Always on the look out for something obscure that will get bodies moving or minds expanding, no shelf is too dusty or record shop too far if it means bringing audial joy his dancefloor.

A strong believer in the notion that music is the one true global language that transcends and breaks down all barriers that we ignorantly put between ourselves.

Saint Ergo

Saturday: The Dock 12:15pm - 1:00pm

Saint Ergo is a cinematic modern-contemporary music experience with soundscapes that will shake your hips and break your soul. Joanna is the force behind the project that forges a unique fusion of R&B and baroque pop. You can feel the lived experience that we share as human beings within every song.

The common thread has always been about the journey of connection, inclusivity and the struggle for relevance as a creative within our greater society. Whether that be an exploration of gender, sexuality, power imbalance, the mystical or the mundane, the music goes where the art leads, with whatever instrumentation is necessary.

Spotify link: Saint Ergo

Social Street Duo

Saturday: Pier Stage 11:15am - 12:00pm

Gathering the funkiest musicians from all across Victoria, Social Street bring the silky smooth soul you’ve been craving. With tons of experience playing across Melbourne’s iconic music scene, they’ve honed their chops and cut their teeth and are ready to give you an unforgettable experience!

Spotify link: Social Street


Saturday: Pier Stage 4:30pm - 5:15pm

Comprising of Winter McQuinn, Evie Vlah, Elena Jones, Gene Argiro and Charlie Bowmaker, Melbourne / Naarm based psychedelic pop band Sunfruits have been making waves around Australia for the past 3 years.

On their debut album One Degree which saw praise from The Guardian, Rolling Stone, NME, Shindig and more, the band presents anthemic psychedelic-pop and their most mature and conceptual songwriting to date. This album release took the band on tours across New Zealand, Australia, UK and Europe where they sold out shows in London, Hamburg, Nottingham, Melbourne and more.

With their environmentally conscious, politically aware songwriting, Sunfruits showcase an impressive new-age take on psychedelia and pop rock that has seen them support bands including Grace Cummings, Mildlife, Nice Biscuit, The Lazy Eyes and appear at festivals including Manchester Psych Festival (UK), Misty Fields Festival (EU), Meadow and more.

The band’s environmentally aware songwriting and actions have been praised recently as they were nominated for the prestigious Environmental Music Prize 2023 and climate fuelled lyrics were quoted in the Australian parliament by a Greens Senator. This commitment to meaningful songwriting, exhilarating live show and aesthetic brilliance put Sunfruits as one of the most exciting young bands coming out of Australia.

Spotify link: Sunfruits

The Badloves

Sunday : Pier Stage 3:00pm - 3:45pm

Spotify link: The Badloves

The Miffs

Saturday : Beach Stage 1:15pm - 2:00pm

The Miffs are three women from Melbourne/Naarm bringing a healthy mix of psych, surf, grunge and all-out rock 'n roll. Their music is a jamboree of heaviness, dreaminess and atmospheric space.

Spotify link: The Miffs

Velvet Bloom

Saturday Pier Stage 2:30pm - 3:15pm

Velvet Bloom’s music speaks to the human spirit with an oozing honey pot of silky vocals, lush soundscapes and raw emotion. Fusing delicate songwriting with a luscious and vibrant soul sound that can fill any venue.

Who is Velvet Bloom? A literal ray of sunshine inside a human being that beams from centre stage and warms the entire room no matter where you are standing. Mornington born and raised guitarist and exquisite vocalist is Maddy Herbert a.k.a Velvet Bloom.

Maddy’s vocals have been described as buttery, soulful, angelic, and ethereal. Her songs are lyrically and vocally driven, always profound and reflective with a focus on healing, mental health, self-worth, and identity. Every word is intentional and thoughtful.

“One of the most important and eye-opening things I’ve learnt while working with Velvet Bloom is how much care and intricacy Maddy [Herbert] takes with her vocals in the recording process,” Grunden says.

“A bad take for Maddy is rare; it seriously blows my mind.” – Quin Grunden, Beat magazine

“Equal parts enthralling and enchanting, Velvet Bloom is undeniably on the cusp of big things in the near future.” - Tyler Jenke, Rolling Stone Magazine

Velvet Bloom has graced the stages of several Australian festivals including Ninchfest, Let Go Fest, Frankston Waterfront Festival, Grampians Music Festival, Queenscliff Music Festival, Come Together Festival and Macedon Rangers Music Festival.
Keep an eye out for an acoustic EP that will drop later this year.

Compassion and kindness to all.

Spotify link: Velvet Bloom 



  • Pier Stage 12:15pm - 1:00pm
  • The Dock 3:15pm - 4:00pm

Waliens are back at Mordi Fest in 2024 after releasing new singles 'Always The Same' and 'Everybody (Looks A Bit Like You)' in 2023. Tune in for some cheery and lively indie rock/pop with warm guitar tones and driving basslines.

Spotify link: Waliens

Winnie Lane

Saturday : Beach Stage 12:15pm - 1:00pm

Winnie Lane are a Naarm indie rock band with all the trimmings. Between singer Nick’s opera training and a band that will move you, their songs are akin to Black Country, New Road’s and the local Cousin Tony’s. Often grand, a little visionary and sometimes just funky.

They’ve played more than 25 gigs together, and it shows, with a packed Northcote Social Club the highlight of last year. Do go and check out the live videos! They also have a growing catalogue with over 2,500 monthly listeners.

Meanwhile, recent star recruits and favourite singles waiting in the wings for 2024 promise to make the upcoming even finer. One thing won’t change this year - Winnie Lane just keep getting better.

Spotify link: Winnie Lane

Zindzi & The Zillionaires

Sunday : Pier Stage 1:00pm - 1:45pm

Actor, director, music maker and much-loved Play School presenter, Zindzi Okenyo’s life has always been about exploring and discovery, finding new modes of expression.

Her latest project - Zindzi & The Zillionaires - is one of her most exciting adventures yet. The debut album - Zindzi & The Zillionaires - for ABC Music is a stunning hybrid of joyful R&B musical grooves combined with songs and themes that every child can love. And of course, good vibes for the parents too!

As the vibrant opening track I’m a Zillionaire makes clear, the kind of riches Zindzi is singing about are the ones that matter most: friends, family, love, sharing, the wonders of nature. With a live band and her fluffy dancing Zillionaires friends on stage, Zindzi has already seen the welcoming reaction from children and parents alike through her performances at VIVID and sold out shows at acclaimed festival DARK MOFO.

Fans of Zindzi’s adult music as singer/songwriter OKENYO – a rich and unique mix of R&B, hip hop and rap – will be thrilled to hear how she brings that same level of songwriting artistry to the world of children’s music with irresistible songs like Move Your Body, Love + Kindness and Confidence.

“I started my relationship with music by listening to hip hop and R&B, learning the harmonies of Destiny’s Child. Those songs are complicated and I really wanted to give kids the opportunity to hear that kind of music but in songs specifically made for children.”

Her 10 years as a presenter on Australia’s longest-running children’s TV program is where, through the simple engagement with a younger audience, she learnt how to express herself authentically, without fuss. The skills she learned from working with early learning experts on Play School combined with her vast life experience and skill led her to create Zindzi & The Zillionaires.

“As adults we have such a great responsibility to guide the next generation. I am currently the only Black presenter on Play School. Representation is everything. I know first hand how much that means to children and parents. That is part of the story of Zindzi & The Zillionaires too. It is a world that welcomes everyone to the party.”

Spotify link: Zindzi & The Zillionaires

Kids entertainment

Zindzi & The Zillionaires perform upbeat songs of friendship, confidence, joy and positivity all set to a head bopping mix of RnB, Pop, Hip Hop and Rap. Join Zindzi and her fluffy friends The Zillies as they take you on a musical adventure for the whole family to enjoy!

Zindzi and the Zillionaires will be performing on the Pier Stage on Sunday 3 March.

Keep the kids entertained during the rest of the weekend with our range of activities including amusement rides, face painting, roving entertainment and much more.

FreeZA Chill-out Zone

Escape the hustle and bustle in the FreeZA chill-out zone run by our friends at Kingston Youth Services.

Enjoy live acoustic music in an alcohol-free, drug-free and smoke-free area, where you’re welcome to simply relax and soak in the performances.

Food and drinks

We have a great selection of food and drinks on offer including some of Melbourne’s favourite food vans, restaurant pop-ups and licensed sites.

Please bring a bottle of water and keep it topped up at our free water station positioned on site.

Food and drink vendors

Amazing Calamari

We take pride in what we do by providing high quality food and excellent customer service. We cook delicious and tender Salt and Pepper Calamari, floured and seasoned in our tasty secret ingredients, cooked beautifully that it melts in your mouth. We are well known for how tasty and tender our calamari is, which keeps our customers coming back for more.

Bean Brewed

With over 20 years of hospitality experience, we bring you our 2 gorgeous coffee carts, offering vegan and gluten free delicious food. We have high standards when it comes to coffee, using St. Ali with quality dairy and alternative milks. We are very used to large events with minimal wait times.

Billy Van Creamy

Organic, handmade ice cream free from stabilisers and artificial ingredients in cups or cones.

Boost Juice Mobeel

Yogurt smoothies and fruits crushes.

Cheer Toastie Truck

We offer an affordable range of toasties. We can cater for lactose-free and plant-based patrons.

Le Gourmet Lemon

French savoury and sweet crêpes served alongside our handcrafted lemonade available in three flavours.

Melbourne Ice Creams

Freshly-made, Italian soft serve.

Mr Fresh Truck

We operate a custom food trailer providing beef burgers, chicken schnitzel burgers, veggie burgers and hot chips. We also offer loaded hot dogs and drinks. We specialise in providing fresh food at family friendly pricing without wait times for patrons. We have loved providing our wares to the people of Kingston and have always enjoyed working with the friendly staff at Kingston events to better improve any festival we are a part of.

New Orleans Chicken

With unique tastes from the south of the USA, our fried chicken is not how you know it. Known for our most-wanted juicy cajun tenders, New Orleans Chicken has been a hit all over.

Pizza Forno X’Press

Authentic Italian pizzas and homemade garlic bread sticks. We also have vegetarian, vegan, gluten free and halal options.


Chocolate covered fresh strawberries. Providing fresh pressed sugarcane juice with a twist. We add fresh mango, watermelon and pineapple. Sugarcane provides many health benefits that the community can enjoy.

Slushie Shack

99% fruit juice. Our slushies are all natural and free from preservatives.


Mouth watering Loaded Gourmet sausages. Choose from 5 flavours, toppings and various sauces.

Those Little Poffertjes

We bring you those little dutch pancakes with a delicious assortment of toppings. Our standard serve is drizzled with a 'Canadian Grade A Organic Dark Maple Syrup' for a more robust flavour, butter and pure icing sugar. Or you can pick your own from our delicious Strawberry Coulis, a generous drizzle of Nutella or freshly sliced bananas.

Tour De Café

On-site down-to-earth cafe, beachside setting for light snacks and select coffee, plus an outdoor dining area.

Twisted Potato

We sell fried twisted potatoes. Our potatoes are sourced from the Red Gem farm in Nar Nar Goon, peeled on site and cooked in 2-3 minutes. We easily can have 12 potatoes cooking all at once.

Ummu Gozleme

Fresh gozlemes made on-site. With plenty of savoury, sweet and vegan options. We also offer turkish delights.

Whipitup Icecream

Soft serve ice-cream, gelati and hot jam donuts. Gluten-free and vegan options available.

The Greek Stop

Souvlakis, snack boxes, HSPs and grilled saganaki cheese. We source all our meats from Victorian Farmers. We can cater for gluten-free and  vegetarian diets. 

Licensed vendors

2 Brothers Brewery

2 Brothers produces and wholesale/retails craft beers and ciders - exclusively to Melbourne metro with a focus on the South East and Bayside. Established 2007. Almost all of our ingredients are sourced from businesses within the Kingston area.

Bad Shepherd Brewing Co.

We're all about brewing quality craft beer for locals, made by locals. Our portfolio of award-winning beers focusses on developing both approachable styles for the traditional beer drinker as well as limited release beers designed to unlock innovation through less traditional and emerging styles.
The core range focuses on quality, both in the way we make beer and the end product. We brew beers to style and we do it well, but always with a personalised spin and a focus on quality. With a strong focus on supporting local, we aim to source as many ingredients as possible from local suppliers and growers.

Beckingham Wines

Wines made in Moorabbin. Sparkling table wine and fruit wine.

Big Pig Canteen

American BBQ. We smoke our own pulled pork and beef brisket in our restaurant in Moorabbin - served in roll and tacos with a range of sauces. Paired beautifully with our golden apple cider and punch.

Boatrocker Brewers & Distillers

Boatrocker is a fully independent and family own brewery & distillery based in Braeside. Our beer range is inspired by centuries-old beer making traditions, which take on a new life when we 'rock the boat' and create unique beers that are characterised by our love for exploration and experimentation.

Bojak Brewing

We have a passion for carefully crafted beers and delicious beer food using locally produced ingredients, for us it’s the small, finer details that count.

Braeside Brewing Co

Microbrewery based in Mordialloc. Specialising in small batch craft beer which are approachable to all palates. 

Chirping Bird Wines

Chirping Bird is a second generation wine producer based on tens acres in Moorooduc. On the property, we have a cellar door and grow Shiraz and Muscat grapes.

Here or There

We are a beautiful vintage looking caravan serving alcoholic ginger beer, boozy iced tea, spritz, soft drinks and alcoholic icy poles.

Mordialloc Cellar Door

A specialty local bottlestore, and long term Mordialloc business focusing on premium Mornington Peninsula Wine and Craft Beer. In partnership with Crittenden Wines, and Red Hill Brewery, the Mordialloc Cellar Door will bring a range of these brands to the festival, in a unique shared marquee featuring tastings of a wide range of wines and craft beers.

Spanish Gourmet Caterers

Our focus is to offer the national dish of Spain, Paella, prepared in the most traditional way. Our stainless steel kitchen onsite provides us the opportunity to show our cooking skills. Matched with our popular sangria!

SunnyBoy Beach Club

On site restaurant and café open for business and serving full menu of meals and drinks.

Ten Sixty One Cider

Craft apple cider made from our apple’s on our apple orchard in Moorooduc on the Mornington Penninsula. We have 4.9% alc/vol cider, cider sorbet and apple juice.

The Prosecco Van

We serve Italian Prosecco and cocktails from a unique three-wheeled Piaggio Ape (often referred to as a tuk tuk) customised bar. All products served chilled and on tap.

Wolf of the Willows

Serving small-batch hand-crafted independent, modern ales. Paired beautifully with our range of tacos and nem noungs pork skewers.

Event information


General event information

Where and when is Mordi Fest?
Mordi Fest will be held at Peter Scullin Reserve, Mordialloc:

  • Saturday 2 March, 11am - 10pm
  • Sunday 3 March, 11am - 7pm

Entry fees

How much is entry to Mordi Fest?
The entry fee is $5 per person or $10 for families. 

How do I purchase a ticket to Mordi Fest?
There are no pre-booked tickets for Mordi Fest, simply show up on the day!
Crowds are set to be big, so plan your day and arrive early.

Getting to the event

Please note: Buses will replace trains between Mentone, Parkdale and Mordialloc stations for the duration of Mordi Fest.

How do I get to Mordi Fest?
Walking, cycling or using public transport is the best way to get to Mordi Fest!

Peter Scullin Reserve is a short walk from Mordialloc Train Station on the Frankston line. The following buses also travel to Mordialloc: 705, 706, 708, 709, 811, 811/812, 812, 903. Plan your journey on the PTV website.

Please note: parking is very limited in the surrounding streets.

Will there be any road closures in the area?
To allow the festival to take place there will also be some limitations to accessing the Reserves, Pier and car parks:

  • Monday 26 February – Tuesday 5 March
    • Peter Scullin Reserve including the playground will be closed
    • Hazel Pierce Reserve will be closed
    • Pier Road car park will be closed

  • Friday 1 March – Monday 4 March
    • Centre Way car park will be closed
Access to Mordialloc pier will be via the perimeter of the Mordi Fest site. The pier will not be accessible through Peter Scullin Reserve or Hazel Pierce Reserve from Monday 26 Feb - Monday 4 March inclusive.


There will be a designated drop off/pick up zone located on Beach Road, adjacent to Owen Street in Mordialloc.

What to bring (and what not to bring)

What do I bring?
It is advised to bring a bottle of water and remember to wear a hat, sunscreen and sunglasses. 
Free sunscreen will be available at our information booth. Water stations will be available for free water.

What can’t I bring?

  • No BYO alcohol or glass.
  • No dogs or pets.
  • No shade structures, chairs, tables, umbrellas or tents.
  • No large-lens cameras, unless pre-arranged with event management

Can I bring my dog?
Dogs are not permitted at Mordi Fest or at Peter Scullin Reserve at any time. Assistance or support dogs are welcome.

Can I bring my own chairs or shade?
No, chairs and shade are not permitted. There will be plenty of chairs and shade available on site.
Please don't hesitate to speak to one of our friendly team members on the day for assistance.

Food and drinks

Is there food available?
We have a great selection of food and drinks on offer for you.

Please bring a bottle of water and keep it topped up at the free water atation on site.

Can I bring my own food?
Yes, you can BYO food, but nothing in glass and strictly no alcohol.

Amusement rides

What are the amusement rides/games?
The amusements are all located within the no-alcohol zone and include:

  • Paw Patrol Inflatable
  • Pirate Ship
  • Kids Carousel
  • Fishing Game
  • Pull a string Game


How much do the amusements cost?
The amusement rides are pay per ride and vary in cost up to $12.00

All ages event

What ages are allowed at Mordi Fest?
All ages are welcome at Mordi Fest - it is a family-friendly event.

Lost kids

What is the procedure for lost kids?
There are plenty of Kingston staff and contractors on site and we will help you and the little ones!

If you find a child who is lost: Take the child to the information booth or speak to a Kingston team member.

Lost a child? Head to the information booth and the Kingston team will assist you.


Is the venue accessible?
Peter Scullin Reserve is wheelchair friendly and has accessible footpaths, parking and toilets. If you require any assistance on the day, please speak to our friendly event staff. 

Is the event pram friendly?
Peter Scullin Reserve is pram friendly and includes accessible footpaths.

Performer and Vendor EOIs 

How do I become a Mordi Fest performer?
Our 2024 line-up is nearly finalised. If you're a local artist, performer or entertainer looking for an opportunity to appear at any of our festivals and events, register your interest to join our database. We'll keep your details on file and get in touch if an opportunity comes up. Expressions of Interest are open all year round.

How do I become a Mordi Fest vendor?
Expressions of interest for vendors have now closed, but you can find out more about our vendor application process and sign up to be notified when vendor applications open for future events.



  • Saturday, 02 March 2024 | 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
  • Sunday, 03 March 2024 | 11:00 AM - 07:00 PM


Peter Scullin Reserve, Beach Road, Mordialloc 3195  View Map

Consider walking, cycling or using public transport options, leaving your car at home.

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