Getting to Frankston is easy. Head down by car via the Monash Freeway, Eastlink, Frankston Freeway or the Nepean Highway. Wherever you're coming from Frankston is easy to get to and only 50 minutes from Melbourne's CBD.
Head down by train on the Frankston line. Frankston train station is located in central Frankston where you will find many venues within easy walking distance. For more information about getting to Frankston via public transport click here.
Each venue will have parking either at the venue or nearby. Frankston has free on-street parking for 1 hour on weekdays. There are also many carparks within Frankston that are either Council or privately owned. If you're heading to a show at Frankston Arts Centre there is an undercover carpark at the venue for your convenience. Please note in most cases parking fees will apply, check signage for details to ensure you don't get a nasty surprise.
However, if you're enquiring about tickets or bookings for a performance, or a meal at a venue, you will need to deal with the venue directly. Venue details are listed on the venues page of this website for your convenience.
There are many places to stay within Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula over the festival weekend. It's best to book ahead of course to avoid disappointment. Take a look at our visitor information page for more details.
There's no need to worry about bad weather as Frankston Music Festival is an indoor festival operating out of many independent participating venues across Greater Frankston. We have no central performance location. All the performances will go on regardless of rain, hail or shine!
Performances throughout the festival are held in various locations with most venues providing an option for food and drinks. The best thing to do is to work out what shows you'd like to go to and book a meal or a table directly through the venue. All the venues are listed under the venues tab with links to their website or phone number so you can easily make a booking. Some venues will be providing a meal as part of the show, so check the performance details for information.
All program details are listed on our website, on the program page. Here you will also find a program you can download and take with you. Hard copy programs will be available in festival venues across Frankston in the lead up to the festival, however once they're gone they're gone. For more detail about each of the performances visit the performance page and click on the link to the performance you're interested in for more details and how to book.
Ticketing for each performance is the responsibility of the venue, there is not one central ticketing location.
It's easy to buy tickets by clicking on the performance you wish to see and then clicking on the link to buy tickets. The link will take you directly to the website where you can purchase tickets online, or to a phone number or email so you can get in touch with the venue and secure your place.