Proudly presented by Melton City Council and Woodlea in celebration of community, culture and cuisine, Flavour Fest on Saturday 2 March will see attendees treated to tasty bites from Melbourne’s most popular food trucks, and a stellar lineup of music artists.
A limited number of free tickets remain, with locals encouraged to get in quick to avoid disappointment.
With sweet sounds kicking off from 3pm at the Main Stage in Frontier Oval, the Pierce Brothers, along with Steph Strings, Kitschen Boy, Mitch Santiago and D’Arcy Spiller will have the crowd dancing into the sunset.
Known for their unique fusion of folk, indie rock, and high-energy live shows, headliners the Pierce Brothers have amassed over 30 million global streams, capturing the hearts of fans worldwide. Attendees will be treated to an evening filled with heart-pounding beats, soul-stirring melodies, and roof-raising summer anthems.
Steph Strings is a singer-songwriter from Melbourne whose musical influences include the John Butler Trio, Kim Churchill and Ziggy Alberts. Steph’s musical style entails bursts of percussion alongside Celtic, blues and coastal fingerstyle indie-rock.
Kitschen Boy are a Melbourne four piece making jangly, springtime indie rock tunes with introspective and self-deprecating lyrics that fill you with warmth and nostalgia. The group have developed a global following, amassing over 1.5 million streams on Spotify, featuring on influential editorial playlists, and garnering praise from the likes of Triple J, Double J, and PBS.
At just 17 years old, Perth-born Mitch Santiago has released a series of songs amassing over 4 million streams and has recently broken into the European festival circuit.
D’Arcy Spiller’s massive single ‘Crave’ made a splash last year, with its striking video premiering on The Music, and Women In Pop describing the songstress' music as ‘earthy, primal, raw and with the ability to connect deeply with your soul’.
Before the stage lights up, the afternoon is reserved for all things tasty with Melbourne’s best food trucks, from Hoy Pinoy, a Filipino BBQ truck, to 400 Gradi, serving authentic Italian woodfired pizza. A dedicated ‘Sweet Life’ zone will ensure that all sweet tooths get a taste of the best desserts Melbourne has to offer, including crepes, Greek doughnuts, gelato and more!
For those over 18, Flavour Fest’s dedicated Beer Garden is a must-visit, showcasing local boutique brewers, wine distillers and artisan spirits from Melbourne's West including the likes of ReWine, Wonki and The Prosecco Van.
Families will find plenty of fun at the ‘Play Zone’, with craft workshops, roving artists and interactive activities.
Other featured zones include the ‘Woodlea Wellness Zone’, where guests can find inner peace with activities that encourage mindfulness and feel-good vibes. They can then enter the Community Co-LabZone to enjoy a range of local-led activations.
To secure free tickets or to find out more, visit www.flavourfest.com.au.