Craigieburn Fest set to light up Melbourne’s north

There will be something fun for everyone with the Craigieburn Festival set to make its much-awaited return this year.

The festival, which will take place on Saturday 5 March from 12pm at Craigieburn’s ANZAC Park, will feature live entertainment, food trucks, free interactive play spaces and activities, kids’ carnival rides and performances from local and acclaimed artists and musicians.

Festival-goers will also be able to try their hand at a range of sports and games in the Active Zone, visit the petting zoo or the fun reptile encounter, and explore artwork as part of the Craigieburn Art Show at the nearby Hume Global Learning Centre.

The festival will finish with a big bang, with fireworks set to conclude the event at 9:00pm.

Council will be releasing more details in the lead up to the festival – keep an eye on our Events page.

Hume City Council Mayor, Councillor Carly Moore said:

“As a lifetime Craigieburn resident, I know how much this festival means to the community and we are so excited to be able to bring it back this year.

“The past two years have been difficult for our community and the Craigieburn Festival at ANZAC Park is the perfect place to reconnect with neighbours and friends.

“Anyone attending the Craigieburn Festival this year can expect an amazing day, jam-packed with fun festivities.

“The huge array of festivities on offer will be complete with spectacular fireworks that will light up the Craigieburn sky shortly after dusk.”

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