A massive street art festival is coming to Victoria

A massive street art festival is coming to Victoria

Banksy hasn’t been ruled out to make an appearance.

Just a two-hour drive from Melbourne, a weekend-long street art festival is set to return to the regional Victorian town of Benalla.

Wall to Wall Benalla will be jam-packed with more than 20 artists and a huge number of tours, live sites and talks. Staying true to its name, many of the building walls through the town will have huge murals painted over them.

Acclaimed artists from Australia and across the globe have come together to celebrate the misunderstood art form. Notable artists showing off their skills at the festival include Choq, Robyn Grove, Insane51 and Clinton Levy.

If you’re looking to get your hands dirty, the community paint by numbers event is always a crowdpleaser. The festival is also taking massive strides in bringing street art to 2019, with a number of virtual reality events taking places over the three-day event. Much like any good festival, a wide range of food, drinks and live music will also be on site to keep you going.

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