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Cessnock Stomp Festival is on April 23, 2017PHOTOS, VIDEO

EXCITED: Cessnock Chamber of Commerce president Geoff Walker, chamber coordinator Zia Rohan and Cessnock mayor Bob Pynsent, getting ready for this Sunday’s Stomp festival. Picture: Krystal Sellars

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Toss off your shoes, roll up your pants and join the fun of the Cessnock Stomp Festival on Sunday, April 23.

The Stomp Festival wasdevised by the local chamber of commerce to showcase Cessnock as the gateway to Hunter wine country and avibrant community encompassingfood, fashion, wine and beers.

Chamber coordinator Zia Rohan said the festival is a great way to wrap up the school holidays, with plenty of entertainment for the whole family to enjoy.

The festival will take place in Vincent Street (between Hall Street and Wollombi Road) from 10am to 4pm.

Highlights include the Mad Hatter’s High Tea, grape stomping competitions, Peterson House’s‘BubbleLane’, craft beer stalls, markets, fashion parade, live entertainment and a whole range of kids’ amusements, rides, and face painting.

Sample award-winning wines from over 20 vineyards, and if you want to get closer to the process, enter the Great Cessnock Stompwhere the aim is to crush as muchjuice as you can in two minutes.

Tickets for the grape-stomping competition are $25 and must be booked online on the Stomp festival website.

Iftwo minutes seems too long, visitSelfie Stomp area outside Vine Valley Inn, where festival-goers can enjoy a casual stomp and grab a selfie for just $5 on the day.

Another new addition to this year’s program is the inauguralDrayton’s Wines Pub Stomp, featuringteams from four local hotels. Stay tuned to the Advertiser’s Facebook page for ourlive coverageat 1.30pm.

Stomp Festival this Sunday | PHOTOS, VIDEO, PROGRAM BIG DAY: About 10,000 people flocked to Vincent Street for the inaugural Cessnock Stomp Festival in April 2016. Picture: Krystal Sellars

The grape stomping competition is the Cessnock Stomp Festival’s signature event. Picture: Krystal Sellars

About 30 local wineries took part in the Cessnock Stomp Festival. Picture: Krystal Sellars

Brooke Thomson, Kirstie Marshall and Madeline Brennan, all of Cessnock, at the Cessnock Stomp Festival. Picture: Krystal Sellars.

Caitlin Ganzer of Tempus Two Wines, with Teagan Maunder of Kurri and Rielly Baker of Mount View at the Cessnock Stomp Festival. Picture: Krystal Sellars.

University of Newcastle communication students Georgia Moylan, Christine Sheridan and Jackie Bassett working on a journalism assignment at the Cessnock Stomp Festival. Picture: Krystal Sellars.

Peter Hoft of Wollombi Wines, Leonie Cannon of Greta and Kerrie Caslick of Cessnock at the Cessnock Stomp Festival. Picture: Krystal Sellars.

Sally Chrystal of Peterson House, and Felicity Robbs of Aberdare at the Cessnock Stomp Festival. Picture: Krystal Sellars.

Marg and Bill McKinnon of Coonabarabran, and Jenny and Gordon Cooper of Port Macquarie at the Cessnock Stomp Festival. Picture: Krystal Sellars.

Dwayne Blanch of Pokolbin and Robyne Kennedy of Bellbird, with Madelyn Parsons of Tempus Two Wines.

The March Hare and the Mad Hatter at the Cessnock Stomp Festival high tea. Picture: Krystal Sellars.

Tanneka Smith and Jessica Wealands, both of Cessnock, at the Cessnock Stomp Festival. Picture: Krystal Sellars.

Scott Schafer, Sheridan Walsh and David Walsh of Sydney at the Cessnock Stomp Festival’s ‘Beer Haven’. Picture: Krystal Sellars

Peter and Jill Hall of Cessnock, at the Stomp Festival on April 17. Picture: Krystal Sellars

The Tooth Fairy (Kenz Stace) and The Happy Tooth staff Stephanie Megson, Nikki Adams, Wendy Nguyen, Tammie Hopley and Craig Williamson.

A fashion parade featuring local businesses was a feature of the Cessnock Stomp Festival. Picture: Krystal Sellars

A fashion parade featuring local businesses was a feature of the Cessnock Stomp Festival. Picture: Krystal Sellars

A fashion parade featuring local businesses was a feature of the Cessnock Stomp Festival. Picture: Krystal Sellars

A fashion parade featuring local businesses was a feature of the Cessnock Stomp Festival. Picture: Krystal Sellars

A fashion parade featuring local businesses was a feature of the Cessnock Stomp Festival. Picture: Krystal Sellars

Local singer Finnian Johnson performing at the Cessnock Stomp Festival. Picture: Krystal Sellars

Vincent Street was a hive of activity for the Cessnock Stomp Festival on April 17. Picture: Krystal Sellars.

At the Mad Hatter’s High Tea. Pictured are Jane Power, Caroline Short, Rachael O’Hara and Cleo.

Tea time. Picture: Jane Power

A great day out, let’s hope it becomes an annual event. Well done. Picture: Jill Hall

Rhiannon Parr captured this photo at the STOMP Festival.

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INSTA: @taranaysmith What a fantastic day out at Cessnock’s Stomp festival! Fabulous atmosphere with something for everyone. Big congratulations to all involved 😊 #cessnockstomp2016 #familyfun

TweetFacebook Take a look back at the 2016 Cessnock Stomp Festival | PHOTOS +37MORE GALLERIES

facebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappcommentCommentsTumble down the rabbit hole and join Alice and the Hare for a Mad Hatter’s High Tea.

With three sessions throughout the afternoon all you need to do is choose your time and sit back and relax and watch the festival unfold around you.

Join sixlocal fashion houses for the Stomp fashion parade on Vincent Street.

Enjoy a craft beer at Beer Haven courtesy of Hunter Valley microbreweries Hunter Beer Co, Hope Brewhouse, The Lovedale Brewery and Iron Bark Hill Brewhouse.

Some of Australia’s most talented chefs and restaurateurs will provide a gastronomic journey.

The kids will have a ball with amusements, rides and jumping castles in abundance, including the Hunter Valley Zoo who will bring along some friends.

Local bus company iHop will be doing complimentary pick-ups from most accommodationaround the valley dropping off into Cessnock.

It’s the second year the festival has run. Last year organisers hoped for 4000 people and got 11,000.

This year that figure is expected to swell as visitors add the event to their bucket list.

Tickets for the high tea andgrape-stomping challenges are still available at cessnockstompfestival苏州美甲学校苏州美甲学校论坛.

PROGRAM10am –official opening ceremony

10am –wineries, Beer Haven and Peterson House Bubble Lane open for tasting

10.30am –Drayton’s Wines Grape Stomp Round 1

11am –Mad Hatter’s High Tea

11am –Stomp Fashion Parade

11.30am –Drayton’s Wines Grape Stomp Round 2

12.30pm –Drayton’s Wines Grape Stomp Round 3

12.45pm –Mad Hatter’s High Tea

1pm –Stomp Fashion Parade

1.30pm – Drayton’s Wines Pub Stomp Challenge

2pm –Performability

2.30pm –Drayton’s Wines Grape Stomp Round 4

2.30pm –Mad Hatter’s High Tea

3.30pm –Drayton’s Wines Grape Stomp Round 5

3.30pm –Wine tasting concludes

4pm –Festival closes

VIDEO: Check out last year’s Great Cessnock Stomp in the tweet below.Grape stomping competition at the Cessnock Stomp Festival #cessnockstomp2016pic.twitter苏州美甲学校/KpZh0dUToi

— The Advertiser (@CessAdvertiser) April 17, 2016

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