Royal Croquet Club is coming Melbourne

Royal Croquet Club is returning to Melbourne next week at Birrarung Marr and is set to kick off another summer season of incredible food, art and music… oh yeah, and croquet!

The 16-day festival will run from Thursday 8th – Friday 23rd December, creating the perfect garden party setting with a specially curated food offering, free big-name music acts and of course, croquet pitches for all to have a swing.

This year will be bigger and better than ever with an awesome 70-seat pop-up theatre delivering a slew of headline music acts and live performances.

 

Royal Croquet Club Melbourne

Royal Croquet Club Melbourne

Royal Croquet Club Melbourne

Royal Croquet Club Melbourne

 

Expect all the best from the Melbourne foodie scene including Gelato Messina, 8bit., POW Kitchen, Hoy Pinoy and Up in Smoke.

On the music front, headline acts including Dope Lemon (Angus Stone), Jarryd James, Hayden James, Aston Shuffle, KLP and returning favourite Touch Sensitive will ensure the party goes well into the night.

 

Royal Croquet Club Melbourne

Royal Croquet Club

 

A Pimms Garden and true waterfront dining will provide the perfect cool down after a few rounds of croquet.

The festival is the perfect way to spend summer days and nights during the festive season.

 

 

Royal Croquet Club // Melbourne 2016

Date: Thursday 8 December – Friday 23 December
Time: Monday – Friday 5pm til late / Saturday & Sunday 12pm til late
Location: Birrarung Marr, Lower Level
Cost: Free Entry Sunday – Thursday / $20 Entry Friday & Saturday nights after 6pm

 

 

 

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Emily Collie is Editor of lifestyle & travel blog, Melbourne Girl. A wife, mother and fashion addict, with a passion for sharing her experiences in her home city of Melbourne and around the globe.

2 Comments

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  • December 11, 2016

    Beca

    Ahh! Definitely going to have to check this out. I don’t know how I’ve lived in Melbourne (well, the South East suburbs) since I was 7 and still haven’t heard about half of the things posted on this site, hahaha.

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