Being described as a trip into a utopian world where music, theatre, visual arts, puppetry, story-telling and more are celebrated as supreme, this magical three-day event is being held from Friday 27th October through to Sunday 29th October 2017 and is sure to appeal to people of all ages.
Melbourne's most exciting, fully immersive haunt experience is back this Halloween and it's bigger than ever with three haunted house experiences to choose from; Trick or Treat Manor, The Doll Factory and Blood Manor!
In addition to the live magic shows, giant blubble fun and soccer skills, kids are invited to sing and dance along during a teacher led music session, build a giant block tower and watch it tumble, make some new friends in the animal farm, then become an animal yourself with some fancy face paintin
All about bringing the community together for food and fun, LIFE Spring Festival will feature music and entertainment from local musicians and dancers, as well as tasty BBQ and food truck treats, with all the food sold being Halal.
Participants can whet their own creative appetite by participating in hands-on creative workshops (check link here for timeframes and costed workshops) led by talented artists, or simply relax and be entertained by a diverse line-up of talented local musicians.
With a wide range of cheese offerings from the various Prahran Market traders along with a number of external exhibitors including artisan cheese makers and popular eateries, you'll leave in a contended cheese coma.
The huge free weekend of festivities is bringing together an unprecedented mix of facilities including an 800-seat theatre, gallery, outdoor community plaza, innovative library, multi-purpose studio, function centre, Bunjil Place is set to be a destination of choice for residents and visitors alike.
With special appearances from some of your favourite Halloween personalities, you might just turn a corner and bump into Morticia or Gomez from the Addams Family, a spooky looking gender illusionist or the creepy cast of Rocky Horror, as well as the one and only Dracula.