Nostalgia Festival 2016

20
/ Feb
Saturday
2016

Nostalgia Festival 2016

Location
50 Ferrymead Park Drive
Venue
Ferrymead Heritage Park
Price
$39 + BF

An exclusive showcase of local food, drink and entertainment – where top quality produce, products and people come together with live performances from a select line-up of New Zealand’s finest musicians.

Featuring;
THE PHOENIX FOUNDATION
TAMI NEILSON
THE EASTERN
DEVILISH MARY & THE HOLY ROLLERS
FRASER ROSS

Set within the active replica 1900’s township of Ferrymead Heritage Park, Nostalgia is where good food and music meet a creative culture of arts & crafts, characters and entertainment head-on.

The daylong festival will centre around a main stage situated in the heritage town square, accompanied by Cassels & Sons craft beer tent, featuring a host of guest taps and the Golden Age; a beer brewed specially in celebration of Nostalgia.

Local acts will feature on the second stage – The Punch Club, with waterfront cocktails by Rogue Society Gin and Mexican street food byMamacita’s. Elsewhere, festival-goers can enjoy a fully immersive wine-tasting tent experience by Winefolk, showcasing a selection of local wines and producers, a pick-me-up from the local caffeineistas Lyttelton Coffee Co or the soda range from Karma Cola. A smorgasbord of eats from the likes of Alex Davies Chef, Cakes By Anna, Grizzly Bagel, Bearlion Foodsand cult burger master Heisenburger Lyttelton, among others, will all be available.

Catch the steam train for a scenic jaunt through the Heathcote Valley or check out the park’s numerous museums and displays. Get a touch-up cut and blade shave from New City Barber while you’re at it and stroll through the Village Market, featuring an array of artisans and providers. With over twenty bespoke market stalls along a heritage replica street, you’ll find clothing, jewellery, homewares and a variety of other intriguing gems for sale.

With plenty of entertainment for all ages, including steam train rides from ‘Peveril’, the village’s original NZR F class steam train, there’s something for everyone at Nostalgia – a festival to remember.