St Kilda is a suburb of the metropolitan area of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 6 km southeast of Melbourne’s Central Business District. Its local government area is the City of Port Phillip. On Sunday 12 February 2017, join Australia’s biggest FREE celebration of community spirit and Australian music and celebration of summer. It showcases Australian artists and talent against the spectacular natural beauty of the St Kilda foreshore.
The history of the festival tells a story of an event much-loved by millions of people. It is ever changing since its inception in 1980, but at its heart, it is a free community celebration of and for one of Melbourne’s and Australia’s most renowned locations, and a true supporter of the local musical talent. There is a large demand for transport during these festivals, and we are ready with our friendly staff to serve at our best. The festival becomes a live-event because of its performers, participants, its audiences, the residents, the businesses and the local community.
Not to miss the Yalukit Wilum Ngargee happening the week before St Kilda Festival on Saturday, 4th February. It is an annual free Indigenous music and cultural Festival. Held in St Kilda’s O’Donnell Gardens, a significant contemporary Indigenous meeting place, the Yalukit main festival day brings you a deadly program of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander music and arts.
The St Kilda Festival has tried to improve accessibility to the Festival site. It includes a disability drop off and picks up zone on Beaconsfield Parade adjacent to Catani Gardens. There is also a designated disability parking area on Fitzroy St, near the Fitzroy Bowls Club. We are going to play our part in serving the guests in best possible way. We have our cabs ready for Airport pickup and drop services. Those coming to visit from interstate and ones need luxury Silver Service taxis, on pre-booked arrangements, are getting those from CabInMinutes, your trusted Taxi service in Melbourne metropolitan area.
Held on the second Sunday in February each year, the St Kilda Festival routinely attracts more than 400,000 visitors. The streets of St Kilda are closed to traffic when the pick of Australia’s best musicians play over multiple stages. People will enjoy a vast range of performances, workshops, kids’ entertainment, sport, dance, carnival rides, buskers and a whole lot more. Come and enjoy the festivals similar to every year. Don’t forget to pre-book your cabs and make sure your transport arrangements are in place.