Recently named in the National Geographic's annual Best Trips of the World 2015 List, the Mornington Peninsula is the perfect place for a picnic – especially one that caters for a cultured musical palate.
Picnickers will be serenaded with the classic storytelling folk, blues and rock mix of The Waifs and Something For Kate's Paul Dempsey will perform his new solo material. The Pierce Brothers will showcase their energetic stage presence that has seen them grow from street buskers to one of the country's most recognised young acts. The intoxicatingly romantic folk of Tinpan Orange and the lush sounds of electronic-folk musician Hayden Calnin complete the soundtrack of the event.
Showcasing talented live acts and up-and-coming artists, The Peninsula Picnic will also host a leading culinary line-up. Displaying some of the very best local chefs, resident restaurants, expert vignerons and vineyards. The leafy and sea-salted surrounds of Mornington Racecourse will host families, friends, feasts and fun with Terre, Montalto, Ian Curley, Terminus at The Flinders Hotel, Pope Joan, The Long Table, Dee's Kitchen, Max's at Red Hill Estate and DOC Mornington.Indulge in music, food and wine at The Peninsula Picnic, Mornington, 29 March.