Kellybrook Cider Festival

First Weekend in May Each Year -  4 May to 5 May 2019, 11am-5pm

The home of Kelly Brothers Cider opens it doors for the 31st Annual Kellybrook Cider Festival.

Gather your friends and family to celebrate all things cider in a beautiful rural setting.

The Festival features live bands, Brittania Morris dancers and tasty food trucks specially chosen to match the terrific craft ciders on offer.

2019 band line up - Tracy McNeil and the Good Life (headlining Saturday), Sal Kimber and the Rollin' Wheel (headlining Sunday), Ghost Towns of the Midwest (both days), Mission Brown (both days), Ginger Pony (both days), Jo Pearson (in the cellar door)

Kelly Brothers Cider and Riders Brew Co. beers are on tap and you can try Scrumpy Farmhouse, traditional method, apple and pear and mulled ciders. As well as fresh apple juice for the kids and drivers. Kellybrook wines are also available.

Come and enjoy this celebration of craft cider for those who starting it first in the Yarra Valley.

TICKETS - festival tickets now give you entry for both days!  BUY TICKETS

Kids are free.

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All about Kellybrook Cider Festival

On the first weekend of May, the famous ‘Scrumpy’ is ready for drinking, live bands are swinging to blues and soul under the great Oak tree, and the new beer garden amongst the Kellybrook vineyard beckons.