If you can believe it, the final month of spring is upon us and we’ll be out there embracing the sunshine. Join us, why don’t you? Here is a list of the best things to do in St Kilda this November.
1. KATCHAFIRE AT PRINCE BANDROOM
Saturday 2 November
Spotify’s No.3 most-streamed New Zealand artist KATCHAFIRE are bringing their pacific roots reggae deliciousness back to Prince Bandroom for their FYAH UP 2019 TOUR alongside Jamaican reggae royalty JEMERE MORGAN, plus local acts.
JEMERE MORGAN, son of Jamaican legend Gramps Morgan, has released 3 dynamic records and many notable collaborations including the single “So Amazing” on the Grammy Award-winning ‘Strictly Roots’ album. Charming, soulful and full of life; Jemere steps into his duties of spreading the word of love and unity for the people worldwide as he is, for reggae music at the very least – the definition of his name, a “Wish Come True.”
2. ST KILDA WINE AND CIDER WALK
Saturday 16 November
The St Kilda Wine and Cider Walk brings together 16 of your favourite St Kilda venues with wineries from across the state for an afternoon of wine, cider and entertainment. The Prince will be serving up a selection of wines from our sister property, Mitchelton.
Immerse yourself in the best our local wineries and cider houses have to offer right in the heart of St Kilda. Each venue will be matched with a different winery for multiple tastings as you make your way down Fitzroy street, where you’ll also be dazzled by roving street performers.
3. SPRING RACING AFTER PARTIES AT PRINCE DECK
Saturday 2 November and Tuesday 5 November
This Spring Carnival The Prince is off and racing into the wee hours with two official after-parties on Prince Deck.
Overlooking the St Kilda palms, these exclusive, ticketed events will play host to up to 600 exclusive guests and VIP internationals keen to continue the fun long after the last race is run.
Celebrate the sport of kings with The Prince.
4. AUSTRALIAN TRUE CRIME PODCAST LIVE RECORDING WITH SANDRA PANKHURST AT ST KILDA TOWN HALL
Saturday 23 November
As a child, Sandra Pankhurst was adopted into an abusive family and condemned to live in the garden shed. In a colourful and accomplished lifetime, Sandra has worked in brothels, became one of Australia’s first female funeral directors, and for the past 20 years has run a successful trauma cleaning business in Melbourne.
This November, along with the Australian True Crime Podcast team, Meshel Laurie and Emily Webb, Sandra Pankhurst will tell her story in her own words in an engrossing live event.
5. REPUBLICA BEACH VOLLEYBALL AT ST KILDA BEACH
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays until 27 February 2020
The Republica Beach Volleyball competition is a social, 4-a-side, mixed (girls & boys), weekly beach volleyball competition running every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday night throughout Summer, weather permitting. Prepare for funky tunes, mad volleyball fun, awesome people, Republica pizza and a Corona beer upon completion.
All teams and individuals welcome (first in best dressed). Beginners welcome!
Each team receives a pizza to share as well as a free Corona beer, wine or softie for each participant at the end of the night.