Wall to Wall Festival 2024

Fri 26th April, 2024 – Sun 28th April, 2024
12:00pm – 9:00pm
Mordi Village Arts and Cultural Precinct
Lamana Road, Mordialloc
Walk through large-scale murals by top local and international street artists including Celeste Mountjoy, Adnate and Zoer. Plus, head to a block party with food trucks, DJs, workshops and more.

The touring Wall to Wall Festival is returning to Victoria for the first time since 2019, this time painting the Mordi Village Arts and Cultural Precinct laneways. Previously held in the small town of Benalla (around a two-hours drive north-east of Melbourne), the festival will transform the industrial Mordialloc lot into an immersive outdoor gallery.

Spend the day wandering through large-scale works from seven Australian and three international artists including Smug, Adnate, Celeste Mountjoy (aka Filthy Ratbag), George Rose and French artist Zoer. The display is curated by Shaun Hossack of Melbourne street art collective Juddy Roller (the team behind the Collingwood Housing Estate mural), in collaboration with Kingston Arts and Mordi Village Trader.

On Saturday, the festival is teaming up with Mordialloc food-truck park Urban Ground to throw a family-friendly block party from midday till night. There’ll be food trucks, market stalls, workshops, tastings from local distillery Saint Felix and open studio tours. Groove under the towering murals with a stellar line-up of DJs including Byron Bay’s April Kerry, Charles Eddy of Fitzroy record store Natural Selection, Adnate and Berlin-based artist Blo.

Block party on Saturday April 27 from 12pm to 9pm.

Entry is free.