Frankston’s most anticipated free summer festival is back bigger and better than ever as it celebrates 19 years of beachside fun for the whole family. The Waterfront Festival will move to February 10-11 to welcome the Queen’s Baton Relay on its journey through our beautiful bayside city in the lead-up to the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
The Waterfront Festival is a much-loved community event that attracts residents and visitors to the sun-soaked beach at the Frankston Waterfront for two spectacular days of live music, beach and water sports, market stalls, delicious food, wine, cider and craft beer.
As well as the Queen’s Baton Relay on Sunday, February 11, other festival highlights throughout the weekend will include Sammy J, The Bamboos, Pierce Brothers, Jakubi and more; the beer, wine and cider garden; beach and water sports; Food Truck Square festival dining; children’s entertainment; and a spectacular fireworks display.
The Waterfront Festival is located on the Frankston Waterfront on Saturday, February 10, from 11am-10pm; and Sunday, February 11, from 11am-8pm. Entry is free but costs apply for rides, food and amusements.
And with the Blessing of the Waters on January 6, the Australian Beach Games from January 26-28 and Sand Sculpting Australia’s exhibition on every day through until April 25, the Frankston Waterfront really is the centre of your summer fun.