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Midsumma Pride March

St Kilda Festival – Final day tomorrow – 13 February

The Festival will look a little different from recent years, but it will continue a 40-year tradition as a community celebration of and for our beloved suburb and Australian live music, and we cannot wait to welcome you back. The new 9 day format includes an Acland Street Village day with a stage in O’Donnell Gardens, Pride March, Yaluk-ut Weelam Ngargee: First People’s Arts and Culture showcase, South Beach Reserve entertainment, with the final Sunday culminating in a Fitzroy Street day including stages in Catani Gardens. Full program here

St Kilda Latin Festival 18-20 February

Friday 18 Feb – 2- 10pm
Saturday 19 Feb – 12 – 10pm
Sunday 20 Feb – 12 – 10pm

South Beach Reserve, 26 Jacka Boulevard, St Kilda

Book tickets here

BareFoot Cinema St Kilda – St Kilda Botanical Gardens 2 – 26 February

Barefoot Cinema is much more than a movie and our great selection of food and drinks are a highlight of our events. Make sure you arrive early to enjoy an icy cold drink from the Barefoot Bar, tuck into some delicious food truck food and stock up on tasty treats from the Candy Bar. Book tickets here

Summer Sessions – Now until 27 February

To celebrate the diverse and vibrant City we all love, the City of Port Phillip has introduced a program of outdoor entertainment and activities that everyone across the City can enjoy and that will continue throughout the summer. The Summer Sessions program embraces our post-lockdown freedoms while supporting a COVID-safe re-opening. All events are outdoors, bringing our community together, and driving foot-traffic to outdoor areas while supporting our local traders. Summer Sessions has something for everyone’s taste from face painting to live music to outdoor yoga. Live music and other outdoor events will be a feature of this summer’s community activities. These are small pop-up events to bring the community together across the three locations. See full list here

St Kilda Blues Festival 15 -18 March

The St Kilda Blues Festival is mainly a venue based festival, celebrating the spirit of blues, the music of the blues and all things connected. St Kilda has a unique group of venues of all sizes that champion  music and entertainment. For these three days it’s all about the Blues. Stay up to date here

KIIS FM Ferris Wheel – Now until 27 March

The KIIS 101.1 KIIS Eye is Australia’s largest transportable Ferris Wheel, standing at 35 metres high. See 360 degree views of Melbourne, St Kilda and Port Phillip Bay like never before in one of the 24 gondolas. Currently located in Catani Gradens in St Kilda until 27 March 2022. Book here