This is your chance to be part of Spring Bliss Festival! We are currently taking sponsorships!
We are a one day family friendly event.
Throughout the festival there are workshops & arts & crafts provided free of charge. Such workshops include health, healing modalities and promoting overall healthy living.
We have a dedicated First Nations Area, run by Traditional Elders. Traditional Aboriginal activities, weaving circles & workshops on traditional activities. Traditional Face painting, clap stick making, headband creations and gum leaf jewelry.
Live music wth featured artists and up and coming artists. We have places for youth in the area.
We have dedicated children’s area.
We even have a sensory space for when you are sensory overloaded and need to step away but don’t want to leave.
We offer a healers / reader’s lane, with discounted services such as massage, reiki, tarot, healings.
In November 2023 with approximately 2,500 attendees, travelling from all over Victoria.
Our event is all about bringing community together and providing opportunities.
We have been featured on Beat Magazine, Forte Magazine, Macedon Ranges Mumma, ATDW, Local newspapers, Tourism magazines. The Age, Better Homes and Gardens magazine, Music Festival Australia, One Hour Out & NME.
Radio Features: Triple R & ABC Radio.
In 2022 the opportunities we provided:
OneVoice attended as a food vendor. Here youth at risk or homeless were provided training to work in the food truck. They raised $2000 for kids at risk / homeless.
Stallholder For your mind boxes – donates funds to mental health initiatives.
Fungi Van a community initiative to raise awareness of fungi. Fungi Van had received a grant from Macedon Ranges Council.
Rap group did a dance routine in which kids who had been incarcerated or at risk had training to work together as a group and do a rap dance for attendees. Attendees were taught by this group how to rap.
Local and upcoming artists were provided places on stage.
A trans clothes swap stall and fashion parade to help break the barriers.
First Nations activities to bring awareness and education to culture.