Jamaican MusiC & Food
Sunday 10 November 2019
Seaworks Williamstown 11am - 9pm
Jamaican Music & Food festival - LOVE + UNITY
The Jamaican Music & Food Festival in Melbourne is always a family affair. In 2019 we invite you to enjoy the very best music of Jamaican origin, across four stages. As always, there will a huge selection of the most mouth watering street food to choose from, plus a huge collection of stallholders selling everything in sought after black-style including hair and beauty products, fashion, jewellery and merchandise.
With even more activities and no shortage of space for the kids, family bundles are proving popular and selling fast. Tickets on sale now!
2019 ARTIST LINE UP
DJ LADY ERICA
420 Sound ft. sk Simeon
Flames Eye (UK)
HEARTICAL HI POWA
RAS JAHKNOW BAND
The JA Joint
- Carly Day
BURN CITY QUEENZ
The Push Reggae Band
RICHIE STEPHENS (JAMAICA)
Mohair Slim (PBS)
Bigger boss Sound
Fyah Roiall (JAMAICA)
Richie Stephens * Mad Professor * Masia One* Monkey Marc * Fyah Roiall * Gardna * Bigger Boss Sound * Ras Jahknow Band * Flames Eye * 420 Sound ft. SK Simeon * Deadly Dragon Sound System ft. Johnny Go Figure * The Push Reggae Band * Gaia The Band * Shanty Town * Jaspora * Moonhops * Jah Tung * Mohair Slim* Jake Savona * Adrian’s Wall * Heartical Hi Powa * Bristolian & Small World Sound System * DJ Steven Punch * Lady Erica * Pupa Dalton * Nadine King * The Ja Joint with Carly Day * Sunny Dread ft. Lioness Sound * Housewife’s Choice * Sista Itations * Troublemekka * Rick Howe* Sista Sara * DJ Gwaan Girl * Mitch Tambo * Miss Jackie * Empress Ellie * CC Dewar * Stallion Selecta * SoFire * Burn City Queenz
Located in vibrant Hobsons Bay just 15 minutes from Melbourne CBD and accessible by train, sea and plane, Seaworks Maritime Precinct is a dockside location with enviable views of the Melbourne skyline, the Royal Yacht Club of Victoria and Port Phillip Bay
GETTING TO SEAWORKS
Take the Williamstown or Werribee line (change at Newport Station for Williamstown) train to Williamstown Station. Williamstown Station (not Williamstown North or Williamstown Beach) is at the very end of the Williamstown line. Seaworks is a five minute walk from the station and is signposted
Route No. 471 currently stops at Williamstown Station. Please note: due to building works this bus does not currently stop at the bottom of Ann Street
If you are in the city, you may want to think about catching the ferry from Southbank. Learn more.
You can drive directly to Seaworks. Please note however parking near to the venue is limited. We strongly recommend you come to venue early or travel by public transport by which the venue is well serviced.