4-5 March 2023
LOCATION : Kananook Creek and Long Island Reserve, Frankston - Entry via Wells St (next to McDonalds)
Nestled between Nepean Highway and the foreshore, Kananook Creek and Long Island Reserve is a hidden oasis.
A lush grassed area sits aside the boardwalk and creek, creating a secluded space for intimate celebrations, markets, music, outdoor cinema and more. The event space is connected to the Frankston Waterfront Precinct and neighbours the Frankston Yacht Club as well as a number of restaurants.
Saturday 4 March 2023
1st RELEASE GENERAL ADMISSION - TICKETS $89.95 PER ADULT TICKET. $39.95 PER CHILD (11-17) $19.95 PER CHILD (10 AND UNDER)+ TICKET FEES - SOLD OUT
2nd RELEASE GENERAL ADMISSION - TICKETS $99.95 PER ADULT TICKET. $49.95 PER CHILD (11-17) $24.95 PER CHILD (10 AND UNDER) + TICKET FEES - NOW ON SALE - LIMTED TICKETS
3rd RELEASE GENERAL ADMISSION - TICKETS $109.95 PER ADULT TICKET. $69.95 PER CHILD (11-17) $39.95 PER CHILD (10 AND UNDER)+ TICKET FEES
Sunday 5 March 2023
ENRTY IS FREE FOR SUNDAY BUT YOU MUST PURCHASE TICKETS IS THERE ARE LIMITED SPOTS
VIP EXPERIENCE TICKETS - LIMITED TICKETS
COOPERS VIP EXPERIENCE
SATURDAY PRICE $199
SUNDAY PRICE $89
includes Admission to the Event, BBQ Dinner, A private unreserved area (front of stage) with a capacity of 150 patrons includes Tables, Chairs, Shade, Private Toilets and Private Cash Bar.
Inc a meet and greet with ARIA winner Casey Barnes before he goes on stage.
If you are wanting to upgrade your Saturday GA tickets or your Sunday Free tickets to VIP please contact us via email@example.com to organise
SATURDAY 4 MARCH
Adam Brand 8:20PM - 9:30PM
The Wolfe Brothers - 7:05pm-8.05pm
Casey Barnes - 5:50PM – 6:50PM
Amber Lawrence 4:25PM - 5:35PM
Gretta Ziller 3:25PM - 4:10PM
The Pleasures – Catherine Britt & Lachlan Bryan 2:20-3:10PM
Gareth Leach 1:30PM:-2:05PM
12:30pm Doors Open
SUNDAY 5 MARCH
Adam Ludewig 6:00PM - 7:00PM
Kaitlyn Thomas Music 5:15PM - 6:00PM
The Mason Boys 4:20PM - 5:00PM
Eddie Rawk Band 3:30PM - 4:10PM
Andy Penkow's 2:40PM - 3:20PM
Kane Vincent 1:40PM - 2:20PM
Maya O’Loughlin 1:00PM - 1:30PM
12:30PM Doors Open
Message from Moshtix with some Helpful hints if you cant locate your ticket
- Have you ID and ticket ready for scanning when you arrive
- We emailed your ticket to the email address you supplied at the time you made the booking. Your can also login to your account to manage or download your ticket via https://www.moshtix.com.au/
- If you prefer not to print your ticket you can display them on your smart phone for scanning
- We will also be able to locate your tickets on the day at the gate with some personal questions about your purhcase
TICKETS PURCHASED THROUGH THIRD PARTIES SUCH AS VIAGOGO, EBAY, GUMTREE, FACEBOOK ETC AT CUSTOMERS OWN RISK. FRUADULENT TICKETS WILL NOT BE HONOURED. IF YOU PURCHASED YOUR TICKET FROM A THIRD PARTY, THE RESPONSIBILITY IS YOURS TO MAKE SURE THE TICKET IS GENUINE, WE CANNOT GUARANTEE TICKETS PURCHASED FROM THIRD PARTIES. WE SUGGEST YOU EMAIL US IF YOU HAVE PURCHASED/SOLD TICKET SO WE CAN UPDATE THE PERSONS DETAILS IN OUR SYSTEM
YOUR TICKET IS NON REFUNDABLE AT THIS EVENT.
THIS EVENT IS ON FLAT GRASS PARKLAND FOR PATRONS IN A WHEELCHAIR OR WITH DISABILITY, THERE WILL BE AN ACCESSIBLE VIEWING AREA. HOWEVER BEING ACCOMPANIED BY A CARER IS RECOMMENDED. PARKING FOR WHEELCHAIR PATRONS IS NOT ALWAYS ASSURED, HOWEVER IN THE ABSENCE OF PARKING CLOSE TO THE GATES, ALTERNATIVES WILL BE PROVIDED. WE HAVE MADE A NUMBER OF PROVISIONS TO ENSURE OUR EVENTS ARE ACCESSIBLE TO ALL. THESE INCLUDE PROVISION OF A COMPLIMENTARY CARER TICKET, ACCESSIBLE ENTRANCE LANES AND ACCESSIBLE TOILET FACILITIES. PLEASE EMAIL US INFO@EVENTPEOPLE.COM.AU WITH PROOF OF PURHCASE OF A TICKET FOR YOUR CLIENT AND A COPY OF YOUR CARER'S CARD.
CONDITION OF ENTRY
IT WILL BE A CONDITION OF ENTRY THAT ALL BAGS, CHAIRS, ESKIES AND PERSONAL BELONGS BE PRESENTED TO SECURITY STAFF FOR INSPECTION AND SCANNING AT ENTRY. IF PATRONS IS CAUGHT ATTEMPTING TO BRING BYO ALCOHOL INTO VENUE THEY WILL BE REFUSED ENTRY WITHOUT REFUND.
WHAT YOU CAN BRING
ITS ADVISED TO BRING A WIDE BRIMMED HAT AND SUNSCREEN TO THE EVENT. ALSO
- CAMP CHAIR
- RAIN PONCHO
- NON PROFESSIONAL CAMERA
- 1 SEALED BOTTLE OF WATER, NOT EXCEEDING 750ML (WATER TAPS ON SITE TO REFILL)
- SNACK FOOD (CHIPS, BISCUITS ETC) AND SPECIAL DIETARY FOOD
BAG CHECKS WILL BE IN PLACE. ITEMS PROHIBITED FROM ENTRY INCLUDE
- NO BYO BEVERAGES - THIS IS A FULLY LICENSED EVENT, INCLUDING WINES, BEERS, CIDER, SPIRITS AND FOOD TRUCK OFFERINGS CATERING FOR ALL DIETARY REQUIREMENTS.
- NO SOFT DRINK AND NON ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
- METAL CUTLERY
- SHADE STRUCTURES
THERE IS FREE WATER REFILLS AVAILABLE ONCE INSIDE THE FESTIVAL.. THE EVENT WILL ALSO HAVE SOME OF THE BEST FOOD TRUCKS ON HAND.
FOOD TRUCKS ONSITE
Saturday - Spice Garden, Jammin Donuts, The Smokin Barrel and Twista Sister
Sunday - Oz Tibet Kitchen, Jammin Donuts, The Smokin Barrel, Twista Sister
THE PUBLIC BAR WILL ALSO BE OPEN STOCKING A RANGE OF BEER, WINE, SPIRITS, CIDER AND NON ALCOHOLIC DRINKS.
PLEASE NO BYO ALLOWED AND BAGS WILL BE CHECKED AT FRONT GATE!!
LARGE RANGE OF AIR BNB, CARAVAN PARKS, HOTELS, MOTELS, FREE CAMPING SPOTS ETC IN TOWN
THERE IS PLENTY OF PARKING BUT WE ENCOURAGE EVERYONE TO CAR SHARE, GRAB TAXI OR UBER TO LESSON THE IMPACT OF GETTING IN AND OUT OF THE AREA
CHILDREN MUST BE WITH A RESPONSIBLE ADULT AT ALL TIMES.
THE EVENT IS AN OPEN AIR CONCERT AND WILL PROCEED RAIN, HAIL OR SHINE. IN THE UNLIKELY EVENT OF CANCELLATION YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED VIA EMAIL AND SOCIAL MEDIA AS WELL AS WEBSITE. THE EVENT WILL ONLY BE CANCELLED IF THE SITE IS DEEMED TOO DANGEROUS TO PROCEED/CONTINUE.
FIRST AID WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE – PLEASE APPROACH ANY OF OUR FRIENDLY STAFF IF FEELING UNWELL
WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ENTRY AND TO PURCHASE AND CONSUME ALCOHOL AND SERVICE WILL NOT BE PROVIDED TO PEOPLE UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE. PLEASE NOTE THAT BECAUSE THIS IS A LICENSED VENUE, PATRONS ARE UNABLE TO TAKE ALCOHOL FROM THE SITE AT THE END OF THE NIGHT, WHETHER OPENED OR SEALED.
SMOKING IS PROHIBITED IN ALL PARTS OF THE VENUE, EXCLUDING DESIGNATED SMOKING AREAS.
Let us take you
Fire up the group chat, you’re heading to Frankston, and were going to take you there!
Located on the south-east shores of Port Phillip Bay, less than an hour drive from Melbourne, Frankston is a cruisy, coastal city filled with colour, beach shacks and waterfront views. As one of Victoria’s Top Tourism Towns (2022) Frankston is a creative destination characterised by its arts, culture and events.
The city-bush-bay blend will have you stopping to experience coastal wanders, world class art, epic events and some truly unique dining and nature based experiences.
It’s no wondering you’re going.
A city filled with endless colour and with laneways which lead to water, let us take you..
TOP 10 THINGS TO SEE AND DO
1. Take a Tour
Explore Frankston City's street art scene by joining Australia’s Best Street Art Walking Tour (2022) in a 1.5 hour experience. The tour will take you through Frankston's laneways and streets to find out how artists from the local burbs, Melbourne, New Zealand, France, Germany, in fact, artists from around the globe are shaping Frankston's urban identity by creating unique pieces of public art for everyone to enjoy. With warmer weather approaching the twilight after dark experience could be for you, and now you can add on a beer and bao burger dining option. Check it all out and book ahead of time.
2. Take part
The city is a thriving hub of entertainment and events on a weekly basis. Make the most of it while you’re in town. Sunset Twilight Markets – live music, food and cocktails by the bay (monthly October-April), Little Beauty Market showcases over 100 of Melbourne's very best makers and creators (monthly September-April) and Seaford Farmers’ Market selling fresh produce (monthly) are some of our regular offerings and places to shop, eat and gather.
For our epic line up events sign up to What’s On Frankston or the Frankston Gig Guide, your weekly live music entertainment hub. Feel more like raising your heart rate? Elevating your senses? Having some good old fashion fun? Hit up the Playne Street strip (and surrounds) and the arcade, bowling and mini golf at Strike Bowling, Holey Moley, General Public and Excape, or for some real fash-un hit up Bayside Shopping Centre.
3. Take a Look
Frankston Pier is the place for the fishing folk, scuba diving community and weekend visitors taking in the water views. Underneath the pier is whole other world of colour and movement that beckons all to dive in and explore. On the pier itself, artist Louise Lavarack has created the sculptural installation Sight Line II. Can you figure out the secret message? Beyond the Pier explore the waterfront to see sculptures, cross the Landmark Bridge to grab a coffee or cocktail and meander the boardwalk to capture the lights of Melbourne from Olivers Hill.
4. Take a sip
Renowned for live music, the night life in Frankston’s city centre won’t disappoint. Head to The Deck, Pier Hotel, Grand Hotel, Cheeky Squire or The Hop Shop for fairy lights, live music, roof top bars, the city is also home to night clubs and more tradition pubs - we have it all. More recently Frankston City’s brewery culture has turned it up a notch. Now home to brewers and distillers such as Banks Brewing, Dainton Brewery, That Spirited Lot Distillers and Biersal Brewery which are four of seven stops along the City’s Beer and Spirit Trail.
5. Take a moment
Take a moment to surround yourself in natural habitat by following 7.5km walking trail along Kananook Creek. You’ll pass through urban Frankston and Long Island, into the peace and serenity of coastal Seaford and Carrum. Prefer to do it by water? Hire a canoe or SUP and paddle to Seaford where you’ll find a bustling village vibe, great food, cocktails, shopping, coffee and more.
6. Take a photo
Instagrammable sunrises and sunsets are a speciality in Frankston City. Seaford Pier, best known for its crystal clear blue waters and pure white sand, is where you can get that epic shot around dusk or dawn. And while the classic beach boxes cannot be missed, it is the sunset over the bay and lights of Melbourne from Olivers Hill which will have your pic being shared by the masses.
7. Take a bike
No car? No problem. The City is now home to 150 pedal-assisted e-bikes to help you explore Frankston’s abundant parks, playgrounds, local businesses and attractions, in a sustainable and active way. Pick up from over 30 locations, easily located through the Neuron Mobility mobile app. Imagine riding across town and exploring the city's laneways and dining hotspots with ease. Stop for a spot of lunch, some shopping, then cruise over the Sweetwater Creek or along the boardwalk to Olivers Hill.
Speaking of bikes, Frankston is also home to an on-water option. Hire an Australian Waterbike (in-advance) for an ultimate outdoor adventure. Super easy to use and suitable for all activity levels.
8. Take a bite
Frankston has an abundance of destination dining options to suit every taste and any occasion. Home to an array of authentic restaurants and funky cafes and bistros, perfect for an early morning coffee, breakfast, lunch or dinner and spread throughout our urban city centre and waterfront precinct. Hot spots in town include the Norman Ave strip, vegetarian restaurant and bar Nature Cafe Bar, Turkish Tapas at Parcha and the newly opened Betty’s Burgers!
9. Take a seat
The Frankston Arts Centre is a unique premier arts and performance venue, providing the ultimate cultural experience. Theatre performances, live music, engaging community programs, exhibitions, creative new media installations and much more are on-show year round. Check out What’s On now and take your seat.
YOUR EVENT GUIDE
10. Lastly, take a break
What’s time for if you don’t make the most if it? Extend your time with us and take a well-deserved break, make a weekend of it. And if it’s not this time, we know our epic line up of events will have you coming back again and again. Find out What’s On here and book your next stay with us. With no shortage of accommodation, there’s something for all tastes and budgets. Plan your stay on Discover Frankston. But don’t wait - rooms fill fast!
Collect ideas and inspiration from the source by following Discover Frankston on Facebook and Instagram or speaking to a local expert over the phone, online or in person at the Frankston Visitor Information Centre; Mon-Sun 10am-4pm | 1300 322 842 | 7N Pier Promenade, Frankston VIC 3199 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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