Map 57 is St Kilda's brand new arts precinct

Time to head south: Melbourne's new pop-up arts, ice skating and performance precinct is now open
Blanc de Blanc production shot
Photograph: Pamela Raith Blanc de Blanc
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Map 57 is St Kilda’s very own winter playground, complete with a beautiful Spiegeltent, a bandroom, street food stalls, firepits, carnival rides, an ice skating rink and sassy comedy, cabaret and kids' shows. 

The seaside pop-up runs throughout June and July, giving St Kilda's foreshore an injection of culture, LOLs and live music. Snap up tickets to Blanc de Blanc (a Champagne-fuelled cabaret) get your skates on and glide around the ice rink or warm up at a session of Disco Yoga. Other show highlights include dance/music ensemble Djuki Mala, comedian Fiona O'Loughlin, the hilarious Mother's Ruin: A Cabaret About Gin and family favourite Peter Combe. 

Given that Map 57 is by the same creative team behind Adelaide's Garden of Unearthly Delights arts carnival, you can bet on some eye-opening performances and fun little surprises along the way. 

Find out more about Map 57 and book your tickets.

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