Harvest Festival 2012

This Saturday the Collingwood housing estate is staging the 2012 Collingwood Harvest Festival, located adjacent the housing commission towers in Harmsworth Park, rear of 229253 Hoddle Street. The festival is free and there are some great bands lined up, with free bbq and many activities to check out.
The festival marks the harvesting of the vegtables that are grown in the Harmsworth Gardens, by the local community. It has been running since 2001 and attracts crowds of up to 2000 people, annually. The festival offers an array of multicultural activities and foods that span all 5 continents. The festival culminates in dancing and theatrical processions, and ends with an enormous fire sculpture spectacle. Join the event on Facebook and share it around!
2012 Collingwood Harvest Festival: This Saturday, 31st March 3pm-7pm. All welcome.

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War of the Walls 2011

December again brings the 2nd annual War of the Walls live graffiti battle back to Collingwood. Last years winner, the industrious ADNATE is also back to present the event, fresh from a tourofduty in Berlin. He joins industry judges alongside the definitive Crowd Vote that holds a lamp to the current batch of writers; 5 graffiti upandcoming Kings comprising RAD 11, Ohnoes, Mr Reliable, Eltoasto, and Broes. The 5 finalists will compete in an epic 2 hour aerosol battle, with hiphop and soul breaks on the make by DJ Tom Showtime.

From 7pm at The Void, 135 Wellington St Collingwood Saturday 3rd Dec. Tickets: Click Here.

www.warofthewalls.com

Machine EP Launch

Tomorrow night, the Grace Darling in Collingwood presents this highlyanticipated EP by lords of rocking, psychedelic sounds; the band we know as Machine. And if youve yet to hear their tunes; check out this sneakpeek from the forthcoming EP:

In what can only be described as a virulent assault on the aural senses of your ears, Machine toil and tumble through a cavacade of sonic excess that will put a smile on your face and a dent in your appreciation of music. Simply put; if you haven’t seen them already, then get your arse down to Smith Street and witness this event for yourself. The show begins at 9pm, with excellent support from The Process.