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Knox Festival

Knox City Council kicks off its 2016 festival season with its premier art making event on March 5 and March 6. Following on from last year’s break out theme, Made in Knox, we’re following up with the sequel, Hidden Treasures in Knox! This year the festival commemorates in big and small ways all the things, the EVERYTHING that have made and continue to make your Knox tick.

The site covers 10 hectares of the Ferntree Gully Recreation Reserve, the Ferntree Gully Arts Centre and Library, with over 30 live workshops: arts and craft, multiple stages of live music and performance, sporting come ’n’ try clinics, roving performers, live theatre, international artists, local youth performers, cuisine from all four corners of the globe, free giveaways and prizes, the ever expanding Twilight Cinema, The Big Sleepover charity event, Fireworks and much much more!

- See more at: http://www.knox.vic.gov.au/knoxfestival#sthash.nPjFghKZ.dpuf

05 Mar 2016 to 07 Mar 2016
Wally Tew Recreation Reserve
Brenock Park Drive
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