St Kilda Festival 2022 announces free headliners and awesome venues

By on December 17, 2021 0

St Kilda Festival 2022 might just be one of the best festivals the city of Port Phillip has ever had, with a massive lineup spread across three venues and nine days.

St Kilda Festival returns in a new COVIDsafe format in 2022, which will expand the festival into a nine-day live music and entertainment extravaganza.

Taking place from Saturday 5th February to Sunday 13th February – so put those dates in your calendar – the festival will spread its wings to some of the best locations the beautiful seaside suburb has to offer: O’Donnell Gardens and Acland Street, South Beach Reserve and the foreshore, and Catani Gardens and Fitzroy Street.

What do you want to know

  • St Kilda’s Day
  • From Saturday 5 to Sunday 13 February 2022
  • Full program announced on January 10
  • Foreshore of St Kilda and surroundings, St Kilda

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St Kilda Festival Dates, Venue and Acts

  • O’Donnell Gardens and Acland Street: Saturday, February 5
  • South Beach Reserve on the iconic foreshore: Wednesday February 9 to Saturday February 12
  • Catani Gardens and Fitzroy Street: Sunday February 13

A huge local lineup featuring Daryl Braithwaite, Gordi, Barkaa, Baker Boy, Kee’ahn, KYE, The Lazy Eyes has just been announced, with over 50 more acts to be announced.

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The full program will be released on January 10 with a particular focus on First Nations artists. The New Music Competition also returns, with performances by some of Victoria’s hottest emerging artists recorded and screened to the public in an open voting contest, with the winner taking home a cash prize of $5,000 and an invitation. to perform at the 2023 St Kilda Festival Main Stage.

Mayor of Port Phillip, Cr Marcus Pearl, says: “The 2022 Festival will be a little different, but we couldn’t be happier to see the show go on. Supporting our local arts, entertainment and hospitality industries is very important to us. It’s also a wonderful way to lead our city’s summer renaissance as a place where people can connect and have fun, whether that’s listening to artists or chatting over coffee and food. .

The day-long event usually attracts over 400,000 visitors to St Kilda’s foreshore for a varied program of

Live Australian music, dance performances, workshops, sports demonstrations, community group activities, food and market stalls, extended trade, traveling entertainment and a dedicated family stage, and this year will be no different, but with a huge nine days of action and scatter the crowds to fully enjoy the experience.

For all the info, visit the St Kilda Festival website here.