St Kilda Festival
Sunday 9 February

As St Kilda Festival returns on Sunday 9th February, so too does a hive of activity to the iconic Prince of Wales complex. With celebrations spanning five venues and four levels, the Acland and Fitzroy Street corner will be the number one destination for festival-goers – from cocktail companions and foodie finders, to day party dancers and live music listeners.

Published - 29.01.14

By The Publican

The Prince Public Bar, St Kilda’s most prominent watering hole, will again boast the largest outdoor seating capacity in Fitzroy Street. With live music throughout the day and Mexican street food from Acland St Cantina's available, we’re naming these the best seats in the house.

Hailed as the hottest house duet at the moment, Amine Edge & Dance will touch down at Prince Bandroom for an action packed St Kilda Festival day party.
Doors open at 2pm – buy tickets.

Personality plus and volume to the max, cohesively chaotic Acland St Cantina, (underneath The Prince) will be serving up Mexican cuisine at its most authentic, robust and passionate all day. Featuring Latin American sips and scoffs (including $5 Lunch Club tacos), specially sourced single origin coffee and artisan ice cream, cross the boarder into Cantina for all your St Kilda Festival fancies.

Perched above the common-ground commotion, The Deck at Circa Day Club will see The Prince’s two most coveted venues transformed; upstairs at The Deck, secure a VIP booth adjacent to the main stage, where John Course and friends will be spinning sounds, or linger in the lounge area downstairs at Circa for disco/funk beats from Sir Colin “Funky” McMillan and co.

$40 | Earlybird until 3 February
$500 | VIP booth with two bottles

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