FRONTMAN of The Cruel Sea, singer-songwriter Tex Perkins, will headline this year’s Kingston Harvest Festival on Saturday 13 May.
The annual Harvest Festival brings country music mixed with bluegrass and rockabilly to Kingston at Bicentennial Park in Chelsea.
“Harvest Festival has something for the whole family including non-stop music, workshops, market stalls, delicious locally produced food, licensed bars and amusement rides,” Kingston mayor Cr David Eden said.
“This is the final event in Kingston Council’s fantastic Season of Festivals and we invite you to join us for yet another great event where our community can gather together and celebrate.”
This year’s Harvest Festival will also include many musicians including Cash Savage and The Northern Folk appearing over two stages and a free family movie The Jungle Book at 7pm.
The festival marks the celebration of the autumn harvest.
- The Kingston Harvest Festival is at Bicentennial Park, Thames Promenade, Chelsea on Saturday 13 May, 11am-10pm. Entry $2 per person, $5 for families. No pets or bring your own alcohol allowed.
See kingston.vic.gov.au/harvest or call 1300 653 356 for more details.