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EastLink sponsors Big Picture Fest Frankston 2024 (18-24 Mar)

Friday 15 March 2024

Big Picture Fest

Monday 18 March to Sunday 24 March
Laneway locations around Frankston City Centre

Big Picture Fest is set to transform Frankston’s city with an explosion of colour and art created by eleven of Australia and the world’s most renowned street artists.

From 18 to 24 March, immerse yourself in a variety of experiences including live street art painting by eight artists, projection artworks, small scenes from a miniaturist artist, and guided street art walking tours. Cap it off with some beats and delicious food at the city’s laneway takeover, The Block Party, on Friday 22 March.

The Block Party

Friday 22 March (4:30pm-10:30pm)
Park Lane, Frankston

This free event is a fun celebration of street art along one of Frankston’s iconic laneways with bands, street performances, food trucks, local alcohol vendors and live street art painting. With an all star lineup including music from Gut Health, Bananagun, Milku, plus Tamara and The Dreams and DJ Obliveus on the 1s and 2s. Watch for roving performers Born In A Taxi, and see projection art from Fraz the Wizard.

Free Street Art Tours

Friday 22, Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 March (every hour on the hour)
Bookings are essential, limited availability

Friday and Saturday: first tour at 10am and last tour at 7pm

Sunday: first tour at 10am and last tour at 3pm

There are eight new artworks to discover and these tours are free so you can learn more about the works, their meaning and the artists. If you’re lucky you may get to meet some of the artists and see them in action!

Bookings phone 1300 322 842 or Book Online

Street Art Exhibition

Until Saturday 23 March (Tue-Fri 10am-5pm; Sat 10am-2pm)
Cube 37, 37 Davey Street, Frankston

Visit the free Big Picture Fest Gallery Takeover exhibition. Take a retrospective look at some of the festival artists’ studio work and explore how their diverse artistic expression and style has evolved across multiple materials and beyond external walls.