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Where the Wild Things Are Music and Art Festival

February 8, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Red Forest Productions returns for our wildest adventure exploring the elements of art and nature through sound and sight.

Ceres Community Park will be transformed into a space for all things to grow beyond the limits of our wildest imagination. Discovering and sharing a whole range of knowledge through creativity, freedom of expression & environmental awareness, to be be used as tools in strengthening the bond between ourselves and mother Earth.

This year we’ve decided to focus our support towards East Gippsland Wildlife emergency fund. You can make a donation through our Gofundme or other donation options on the day – gf.me/u/xcmhvj

▶ Diverse music across 3 exciting stages, markets and art
▶ Family friendly, kids under 12 free
▶ No BYO (Multiple bars in festival)

▶ Ceres Environment Park (12noon to 9pm – Day ticket)
▶ Rubix Warehouse After Party (9pm to 5am – Night ticket)

-= Wild Things =-

(Earth Stage)
01:00 DJ Bayawaka [Isr]
02:30 Scionaugh
03:30 Shadow Fx
04:30 Wadaiko Rindo Tai Ko Drumming
04:50 The Wilderness Society – Climate Update
06:00 Smilk
07:30 Kaya Project [Uk]
09:00 close

(Sun Stage)
01:30 Suseri
02:30 Thad Lester
03:30 EEEMUS
04:30 << 30min Break >>
05:00 Bec Grenfell
06:00 Sumiruna
07:00 Uranium Mind
08:00 close

(Solar Stage)
01:30 Dave Juric
02:30 Hibernation [UK]
03:30 Somatoast [Usa]
04:30 << 30min Break >>
05:00 Shantaraam / Tauren
06:00 Muska – AUS
07:00 Timmus
08:00 J-Slyde
09:00 close

(Moon Stage – After Party)
09:00 Safira [Nor]
10:30 John Baptiste
11:30 Ryanosaurus
01:00 Fungophago [Ger]
02:30 AudioSpazm
03:30 Redshift.
05:00 close

-= Visionary Temple =-

Stephanie Amaterstein Tattoos & Art
The Art of H E L Waters
Visionary Art by Messiah
Ben Lopez Art
Miss Darq Art
✪ Slum One
✪ Mishap

-= The Biosphere =-

All Day:
✪ Face Painting (Koala inspired designs for kids!)
✪ Projections
✪ Educational videos and information
✪ The Wilderness Society Awareness Stall
✪ Action Station and information about the WTWTA fundraiser for t he East Gippsland Emergency Wildlife Fund, volunteer opportunities and local actions you can take to get involved.

Scheduled Events:
2:00 “Native Animal Tails” Puppet Show
4:50 (Main Stage) – Keynote Speaker || Amelia Young, National Campaign’s Manager, The Wilderness Society
5:15 ‘2040’ (Director Damon Gameau) Documentary Screening, Rating: G
6:45 Q&A with Biosphere Creators Kim Ingles (Associate Impact Producer, ‘2040) and Alice Hardinge (Wildlife of the Central Highlands, WOTCH). Find out how you can get involved and take positive action.

-= Marke & Food Stalls =-

Toasted Toasties
Hamsa Hummus Bar and Vegan Shawarma
Tonantzin – Aztec Artisan Chocolate
Vesica – Your everyday ecofriend
Dutchies Delights
Zumbul Creations
Fae Folk Jewellery
Yak ‘n Yeti
Fara Creations
Rainbow MAMA Love
Luna Sunwear
Wanderlust Nature

-= Photographers & Videographers =-

Willis Newitt photography
Psymon Photography
Ticky Photography
Jurassic Melbourne.com

-= Performing =-


-= Production Team =-

Togs Toggles
Thought Projection
RUBIX Warehouse Melbourne
SurfCoast Event Lighting
Bounce Audio

Please email any interest to info@wildthings.net.au
Stay Wild


February 8, 2020
12:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Red Forest Productions


CERES Community Park
Corner Roberts and Stewart Streets, 3057
Melbourne, Australia
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