Concerts & Performances Kids Activities Melbourne
The great thing about Melbourne's outdoor festivals is that everyone can enjoy them. At outdoor concerts, grown ups can enjoy being outdoors on a lovely day or evening, relaxing, even if the music is for kids. And, generally, kids will put up with an adult performance much better if they can run around, dance, play and picnic while you enjoy a little grown up entertainment for once. Of course it's fun to visit the indoorsy entertainment at Venues too!
Family shows are just as fun as the concerts you may remember from your pre-parenting days but the music isn't as loud, the settings are sometimes more intimate with the children nestled around the performer and there is nothing cuter than watching the littlies get up and groove to the music.
A festival in the picturesque grounds of Werribee Park and one the whole family can enjoy? Count us in! Festivals used to be about staying up all night. Now, the original party people just want their whole crew to be entertained and the option of a comfy tent. Hello, The Lost Lands!
The Lost Lands is a festival for the adventurer in all of us. It's one incredible weekend at the spectacular Werribee Mansion, filled with music, art, installations, entertainment, food, wine and dedicated entertainment for kids.
PJ Masks, Peppa Pig and everyone’s favourite Christmas characters are coming to Santa’s Grand Arrival! Don’t miss your chance to see this singing and dancing Christmas extravaganza live on stage - perfect for the whole family.
You can also join us in the LEGO Play Zone before and after the show. Don’t forget to bring a picnic blanket, drink bottle, hat and sunscreen to protect you from the sun, and please consider taking public transport.
Proudly sponsored by the City of Melbourne
Get your skates on and head on down to St Kilda’s very own Ice Skating rink!
Running every day of St Kilda’s Winter Garden – MAP 57, with increased hours over the July school holidays, we can think of no better excuse to rug up and venture outdoors this winter.