This year we have four live stages of music and entertainment to suit all ages, stages and tastes.

Saturday 11 November 11 am – 3 pm Eltham Town Square

There will be a FReeZa youth music concert in the Eltham Town Square again on Saturday morning. Program available soon. 

FReeZa organised by    Nillumbik


Saturday 11 November 12 pm – 9 pm Alistair Knox Park

Featuring children’s entertainment from 12 noon to 5 pm and family fun from 5 pm until the fireworks at dusk.
The Festival will be officially opened by the Mayor of Nillumbik at 6 pm.
Program available soon.                                                                                         

Sunday 12 November 9 am – 5 pm Alistair Knox Park

MC Craig Huggins ( Radio Personality – Gold 104.3)

                            11.00 am  – 11.45 am                 The Woodville Trio

                            1.00 pm  – 1.45 pm                     Andy Layfield & the Sound

                            1.55 pm – 2.40 pm                      Andy Layfield & the Sound

Full program available soon.

Saturday 11 November 12 pm – 7 pm Alistair Knox Park
Sunday 12 November 10 am – 3 pm Alistair Knox Park

Program available soon.                                                                            

Sunday 12 November 10 am – 4 pm Eltham Central Park Oval

Time                      Performance Item
10.00 am               Eltham College Junior Voci Choir and Eltham College Cantare Chamber Choir
10.45 am               Eltham College Aerobics
11.15 am               Eltham Calisthenic College #1
11.30 am               Montessori International School musicians
12.15 pm               Tai Chi
1.00 pm                 Marcette Tappers
2.00 pm                 CLC Dance Troupe
2.30 pm                 Eltham Calisthenic College #2
3.15 pm                 Research Primary School Choir
3.45 pm                 Montmorency South PS Vocal Ensemble

       10 am – 3 pm         Wandering clowns from Catholic Ladies College (can you please place the picture of the clowns next to this)
       10.30 am – 2 pm    Facepainting by CLC students

A few years ago we had one act on our Community Stage that blew the audience out of the water.  The Marquette Tappers (then known as the Y Tappers) stunned us all with their enthusiasm, fun and of course their tapping! They’ll be on the Community Stage again by popular demand, at the 2017 festival. And they’re going to invite you to have a go on the floor – so bring your fun genes!

Eltham Calisthenics will be performing on the Community Stage on Sunday 12 November.

Come and iron out all your stresses and strains. Try some lunchtime Tai Chi and feel great for the festival’s afternoon entertainment.