COLOURED STONE • TOTALLY MILD • DJ JNETT • MOD CON •
P-UNIQUE • UNCLE JACK CHARLES • Clubhouse Kids: GIRL ZONE, LIT QUEENS, YSB • NEIGHBOURHOOD HOUSE CHIOR • SACRED HEART PRIMARY’S HARMONY IN STRINGS • COLLINGWOOD COLLEGE’S MANNEQUIN MAN •
Forty years in and still going strong, Coloured Stone, the band behind much acclaimed single “Black Boy”, make the trek down to Collingwood to join locals Totally Mild, DJ JNETT, MOD CON, P-UniQue, and (back my popular demand) last years favourites, Girl Zone along with many others to celebrate community, culture, art and music in all its forms.
Peel Street Festival will once again transform Peel Street into a wonderland of community celebrations in an inclusive, family, and doggo friendly public space. Featuring some of the best local music, food, community stalls, interactive kids park and much more in one of Australia’s most exciting neighbourhoods.
As per last year, from 12 – 8 Peel Street Festival will rock under the plane trees on Peel Street before moving into Lazerpig and the Grace Darling Hotel for an adults only kick on till 1 am.
Peel Street Festival is proudly produced by The Grace Darling Hotel team, in collaboration with the Collingwood community and the tireless work of volunteers. It’s presented and made possible by City of Yarra, Bodriggy Brewing Co., Victorian Government, Collarts, Lazerpig, PBS 106.7FM Melbourne and Plakkit.
What: Peel Street Festival
Where? Peel Street, Collingwood
Date: November 10, 2018
Time: All ages event, Noon – 8pm. After 8pm, +18 only.
Featuring: Music, arts, stalls, activities, kids park
This event will take place on the stolen lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation. We pay our respects to elders past and present, and acknowledge that sovereignty has never been ceded.
The Peel Street Festival is an all ages, family event and is strictly alcohol free outside of licensed areas.
Note: parking is tough around Collingwood at the best of times and it will be event harder this weekend! Please take public transport (86 Tram) or ride your bike to the festival.