We are asking for your help to help us build an even better Shepparton Festival for 2016!

 

By participating in our survey and answering the 5 short questions, you too can be part of the magic that is the Shepparton Festival.

 

The link to the survey is below:

 

2015 Shepparton Festival Survey

 

Thank you for your assistance!

 

 

We have launched and unpacked the 2015 Festival!

6-22 March 2015 ‘Grown, Picked & Packed in Shepparton’ will serve up a multi-art form celebration offering the community a forum in which they can artistically and culturally express themselves celebrating all that is Shepparton.   Embracing the Festival tag line Unique Events in Unusual Places ‘Grown, Picked & Packed in Shepparton’ will transform known places into exciting festival spaces.   44 events across many public and private venues, free and ticketed, new events and familiar favourites and some known offerings More…

Be part of Shep Collect

Do you have Shepparton treasures?   Something in the cupboard, on the wall, in the shed or garage…maybe a piece of furniture, machinery, a photo, tea towel, trinket, family history…we want to hear from you.   We are holding a Community Collecting Day, Tuesday 3 February, 3pm – 7pm, La Trobe University, Shepparton Campus.   Bring along your own photo, objects or collection – something that says Shep to you.   We can help show it off for possible inclusion More…

Support the Festival as a Friend or Patron

All donations are important to us, we rely on individuals’ and organisations’ contributions to maintain and build a sustainable future.   When you support the Festival by making a tax-deductible donation you are ensuring the continuum of this much loved Shepparton celebration   There are four Patron levels, Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum ranging from $500 – $5000+ Friends Memberships are accessible and inclusive at $40   Please contact Riverlinks to become a Friend or Patron.   Help us make More…


The Shepparton Festival is presented in partnership with
Creative Victoria
and major support from
La Trobe University and Greater Shepparton City Council