A message on the web site says
“Having taken a hiatus for 2013, we have worked hard on a number of different options to try and make the festival viable moving forward. Sadly we have found that running a city-centre event of this size with such an array of entertainment and professional production standards is just not possible in the current economic climate.”
Read more on the Summer Sundae web site.
Camille Augarde: “One of the cleanest, most child-friendly festivals going, the closest you’ll get to an illegal high here will be from eating too much ice-cream.”
Family and Quiet camping is available.
In 2011, the Kidzone was curated by The Spark Children’s Arts Festival and enabled the younger members of the audience to partake in Victorian games, create disguises, embark on treasure hunts, watch the ever popular old fashioned Punch and Judy show and much, much more.