Broadmeadows Street Festival

Tanderrum Way, Broadmeadows will be lit up with food trucks, music and dancing on Sunday 8 April 2018 for Hume's Broadmeadows Street Festival.

 
The vibrant and colourful event will be held to celebrate the cultural diversity of Hume City with food, dance and music.

Visitors from Hume and beyond can expect an afternoon of entertainment for all ages!

There will be lots to eat with food flavours from across the world! The night is set to end with a spectacular firework display.

 

Don't forget to let us know you're coming!

 

Broadmeadows Street Festival is a non-smoking and drug and alcohol-free event.

Connect with us

Don’t forget to use the festival’s hashtag - #broadmeadowsstfest. Keep up to date with rolling coverage of the event on the Hume Events Facebook page. 

Let your friends know what you’re up to by using the festival’s Snapchat filter on the day!

What to bring 

Enjoy the festival with your family and friends, bring along:

  • A hat and sunscreen to stay sun safe. If rain is forecasted, pack a coat;

  • A picnic rug to sit and enjoy the main stage entertainment; and

  • A drink bottle and reusable bag to help us reduce plastic waste at this year’s festival.

Fireworks

The day will conclude with a 10-minute fireworks display around 7pm. Fireworks, while entertaining for humans, can be a little scary for our four-legged friends. Please ensure your pets are suitably restrained/brought inside prior to the fireworks being let off. This will prevent them from getting out and getting themselves lost after the event. 

Road closure

Tanderrum Way will be closed between Pearcedale Parade and Dimboola Road on Sunday 8 April.

Parking

There is parking available at Broadmeadows Shopping Centre

Public Transport

Tanderrum Way is only a few 100 metres from the Broadmeadows Train Station. There are also numerous bus services connecting to the Broadmeadows Train station and in front of Broadmeadows Shopping Centre in Tanderrum Way.

Check weekend timetables and plan your journey. For information, visit ptv.vic.gov.au or call Public Transport Victoria on 1800 800 007

General enquiries

For all general enquiries regarding the festival, please contact 9205 2200.


Updated : 3:44 PM, 20 December 2017

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