The inaugural Peel Street Festival is just around the corner, with organisers today revealing the full line-up of artists and activities set to join previously announced drawcards Archie Roach and Cash Savage & The Last Drinks.
The event has curated a range of music, food and community stalls, art installations and more for its first instalment, with new sign-ons including all-ages-friendly mainstage attractions András, Uncle Jack Charles, Brooke Powers, Terry, Sophie Grophy, Archer Magazine In Conversation: 'Safe Spaces', Collingwood Neighbourhood House Presents: Music For Change and Girl Zone.
For the over-18s, the Grace Darling will welcome Pillow Pro, NIGHTCLUB, The Faculty, Golden Helmet, DJ Manchild, Pjenné, Millú, Nite Fleit and Zobs Palace, with Lazerpig playing host to Sleep D and India Grace.
To sate your other senses, Peel Street Festival will welcome stalls, food and installations from Sisterworks, Neighbourhood House, Fitzroy Club House, Reach, Yesteryear Vintage, Toasta, Kimu Japanese, Falafel party pancake and more.
The free-entry event is the brainchild of the folks at the Grace Darling in collaboration with the Collingwood community, and will be held — naturally — on Peel Street on 11 November.
All ages are welcome from 12-8pm, with 18+ entertainment continuing into the night.
See the Facebook event page to RSVP and see set times, the site map and other news when it lands in the lead-up to the festival.
Peel Street Festival
MAINSTAGE (all ages)
Cash Savage & The Last Drinks
Uncle Jack Charles
Archer Magazine in conversation: 'Safe Spaces'
Collingwood Neighbourhood House Presents: Music For Change
The Grace Darling (18+)
Fitzroy Club House
Falafel party pancake
Peel Street, Collingwood
170 Russell, Melbourne
Corner Hotel, Richmond