Saturday 22 March 2014
Lower Riverbank near the Rotunda
12.00pm – 12.30pm Official Festival Opening including a Welcome to Country with Uncle Bill Nicholson, introduction of 2014 Festival Monarchs and local Councillors
12.30pm – 1.15pm Warrandyte Primary School & Bush Band
1.15pm – 1.45pm Anderson’s Creek Primary School
1.45pm – 2.15pm Park Orchards Primary School
2.15pm – 2.45pm Warrandyte High School
2.45pm – 3.15pm De Riaz Dance Academy
3.15pm – 3.45pm Warrandyte Fifty-Five Plus Variety Group
3.45pm – 5.15pm Wonnies School Bands
5.15pm – 5.45pm Sarah Stone
6.00pm – 6.45pm Scrimshaw Four
7.00pm – 7.40pm Kylie Auldist
8.00pm – 9.00pm Madre Monte
9.20pm – 10.00pm Deep Street Soul
Event: Warandyte Festival Street Parade
Time: 11.00am – 12.00pm
Location: Yarra Street (from Mitchell Avenue to Stiggant Street)
Info: Celebrate the Warrandyte Festival with a colourful and festive extravaganza. Festival Monarchs, bands and floats created by local groups, schools and individuals celebrate the 2014 theme of Good Sports as they parade along Yarra Street. Perpetual trophy awarded for Best Parade Entry plus Most Colourful, Most Imaginative, Best Costumes/Make-up and Most Warrandyte-ish. Commentary (and comedy!) provided at Community Centre, The Grand Warrandyte, east of Forbes Street and Stiggants Reserve
Registration: Registration and marshalling information available at www.warrandytefestival.org
Please note that Yarra Street (between the Warrandyte Bridge roundabout and Trezise Street) will be closed to traffic from approximately 10.30am until 12.00pm.
What else is on?
Find out about the events happening all weekend.
Services and amenities at the Festival
Available from St John Ambulance, Lower Reserve near the Stiggant Street car park (refer to map)
The Info Caravan will be manned by Festival Volunteers all weekend. Come and say hello, buy a duck, look for lost property or ask a question. Please approach our roaming volunteers wearing red festival t-shirts if you have any questions or suggestions.
A wide range of food and drinks to suit every taste. Available all weekend (including Saturday and Sunday evenings in Upper Reserve only)
Parents and Carers Tent
This is a quiet spot to feed children, change nappies and have a rest. Hosted by Australian Breastfeeding Association. Lower Riverbank, near the rotunda
The Germinate Project
The Germinate Project will be powering the PA system at our Riverbank Stage all weekend. The system, named geRMInaTe, was developed by RMIT undergrads to develop a design for a highly efficient, 5kW audio-visual production system. The aim of project is to develop a “think green” ethos within the Australian music industry and to promote best practice in solar power generation and efficient audio technology.