This year we will finish the ride at the St Patrick’s Cathedral Hall on Dawson St South for an afternoon of dancing, treats and artisans.
Entry is FREE
The hall will be open from 11am until 2.30pm
The dance floor will begin at 12pm.
The post-ride event will have tables and chairs and you are more than welcome to bring a packed lunch. There will also be refreshments available, stalls to browse and a dance floor
This year we will have a dance floor supervised by local professional school The Dance Studio. The dance floor will have a curated playlist and beginner lessons for anyone hoping to learn the steps for classics dances like the jive and quickstep.
Mrs Browne Bakes
Last year her sweet treats at the Tweed Fair sold out! Don’t miss out on her range of brownie, cookies, slices, doughnuts and more. Check out her Instagram here.
Ballarat’s own cordwainer & leather craftsmen who handmake incredible leather goods so beautifully they have a waitlist many months long. Check out their Instagram here.
Returning to us after serving us drinks at last year’s Tweed Fair. Delicious gin handcrafted at their Ballarat distillery. Wet your lips with a post ride gin and tonic. Check out their Instagram here.
Returning again is Linda’s collection of eclectic curiosities. Retro, vintage, thrifted and nostalgic. Clothing and paraphernalia.
Lisa Hughes Millinery
Professional milliner who makes exquisite custom hats for Fashions on the Field and other stylish occasions, direct from Melbourne. Check out her gorgeous Instagram here.
Tweed Ride Merch
Including limited edition enamel pins and stunning statement art posters by local artists including Travis Price.
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