Family Fun & Activities at the Kings Cross Festival

  • Sat Feb 27 - Sun Feb 28 2016
  • Family
    Parents Only
  • $0.00

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The Kings Cross Festival will return to the city this month, bringing with it a strong sense of community. The festival program will focus three central themes – food, film and family – over two days, Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th February.

The festival will showcase the diversity and vibrancy of Kings Cross and Potts Point with fun party planned for the Saturday evening, contrasted with a family-fun day at the fountain on the Sunday, as well as a film event by the harbour.

Llankelly Place Long Table party

DJs, live music, pop-up bars will transform the laneway into a bustling hub of entertainment, food and drinks. Communal tables will be set-up for festival goers to enjoy food and beverages from laneway restaurants and bars such as Waterman’s Lobster Co, LL Wine and Dine, KL Kitchen, Panhandle Bar and The Roosevelt.

Where:    31 Darlinghurst Rd

When:      Saturday evening, 5 – 9pm

‘Families by the Fountain’

Family-friendly event – lots of things for the kids – Taronga Zoo’s mobile zoo, face painting, The Gruffalo, bubbles, balloons and food and beverages from local cafes.

Where:    El Alamein Fountain, 64 Macleay Street, Potts Point

When:      Sunday morning, 9am - 1pm

Outdoor Cinema

Enjoy a sunset screening of the Australian classic movie –  Adventures of Priscilla Queen of the Desert (Rated: M). BYO food and drinks, chairs and picnic rugs.

Where:    Beare Park, 5 Ithaca Rd, Elizabeth Bay

When:      Sunday evening, 5pm – 10pm

Pop-Up Gallery – LOCO Project

LOCO Project is a pop-up gallery showcasing artists from the local area in a custom built glass-walled shipping container. It is a changing exhibition over a month long period.

Where:    18 Darlinghurst Rd, Potts Point

When:      Various days from Saturday 27th February to Sunday 20th March from 4pm (check website for details)

The #kingscrosscolour Instagram competition will run again in the lead up to and during this year’s festival, with photos capturing the vibrancy and colour of Kings Cross judged by local art identities and will go in the draw to win a night’s accommodation at the new Ovolo hotel at Woolloomooloo Wharf.

For more information, visit the website.

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