A BYO picnic with live entertainment in the grounds of St Johns Anglican Church will be the finale at this year’s Flinders Fringe Festival.
The entertainment will be headlined by Indigenous singer-songwriter Jess Hitchcock and Kee’Ahn.
The community-focussed event will run on Sunday 25 February from midday to 3pm, with tickets at $15 adults and $5 children and concessions.
Picnic-goers can take their own food and beverages or buy from the Flinders Pre-School barbecue stall.
Curated and produced by Sally Baillieu and a team of volunteers, the fringe finale will start with a welcome to country by Bunurong Land Council, and welcome by the Rev Keiron Jones.
Artistic festival director Melissa Jackson said the festival, back for its second year, was an event designed to bring people together.
“It’s important to celebrate talent and businesses connected with the Mornington Peninsula while showcasing local food and wine producers,” she said.
“What better way to finish a busy and eclectic three-day program than with Flinders’ biggest BYO picnic and a host of live entertainment in the stunning grounds of St Johns Anglican Church.”
For Flinders Fringe Festival tickets and events visit: flindersfringe.com.au