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Paris to Provence was Australia’s very first French festival established in May 2010 at the Abbotsford Convent for its inaugural event.
Since outgrowing the venue of its first festival with 5,500 visitors, Paris to Provence moved to its current home - the prestigious National Trust property of Como House and Garden in South Yarra and became Paris to Provence: Festival Français de Melbourne.
As a result of its continued growth and success, the founder of Paris to Provence has created Victoria’s first free-to-the-public French food market in partnership with Melbourne Food and Wine – coming March 31, April 1 and 2 at Federation Square, trading as Fed in French.
Find out more at: http://www.paristoprovence.com.au/
Don’t miss Fed in French:
Join us in the heart of the city at Federation Square for the inaugural Fed in French event, as part of the 2017 Melbourne Food and Wine Festival. The three day Fed in French celebration is free to the public and spread over two zones at Fed Square. Visit Swanston street forecourt for some take home French food & course de garçons de café or wander down to River Terrace for the French vendors and enjoy a pique nique on the lawns. Foodies will love the popup bistro, Bon Ap' as well as Le Bar featuring French wine and of course, the Kronenbourg beer garden. Check out: www.fedinfrench.com.au
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