Wall to Wall Festival a massive success

Published on 29 April 2024

People watching an artist at the Wall to Wall Festival.

Mordi Village is now a destination hot spot thanks to the Wall to Wall Festival and the talented local and international street artists who made their mark on the walls of this innovative precinct in Mordialloc.

It was spray paint cans down on Sunday evening as the festival wrapped up, with ten murals complete and leaving an exciting legacy. The work will live on a self-guided art trail that encourages local and destination visitation to Kingston.

Over three massive days, Mordi Village was buzzing as street artists George Rose, Adnate, Smug, Blo, Fred Battle (Zoer), Justine McAllister, Filthy Ratbag, Tommy Day, Drez, and Kyle Brightside set to work on their creative masterpieces.

Kingston Mayor Jenna Davey-Burns said huge crowds took in the large-scale murals, enjoyed a block party, great music, food and drinks, and were generally soaking in the atmosphere.

“A massive shout-out to the Mordi Village local traders Urban Ground, Saint Felix Distillery, Le Studio Art Space & Gallery, BrightSide Art, Bikecraft, Braeside Brewing Co, Glittery Tapping Wonderland, Guras Cacao Chocolatier, Hansa's Steak & Grill, The Mordi Picker, Mordialloc Vintage Market and Wildsoul Wellness for being incredible hosts and accelerating the ongoing transformation of Mordi Village,” Cr Davey-Burns said.

“A huge thanks to the visionary team at Juddy Roller for bringing this exciting and provocative festival to Kingston and to everyone who joined us and the incredible energy you brought with you.”

If you attended the Wall to Wall Festival, we’d love your feedback - yourkingstonyoursay.com.au/w2w.


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