Melbourne’s favorite festival for the man gives you a chance to see inside one of the city’s oldest members only clubs on Saturday, June 3

Festival  of  Steve Melbourne’s favorite festival for the man gives you a chance to see inside one of the city’s oldest members only clubs on Saturday, June 3. The  Festival  of  Steve  sets  up  shop  at  the  exclusive  Kelvin  Club.
The  annual  celebration  of  Melbourne’s  modern  men,  The  Festival  of  Steve   show cases unique  designers,  retailers,  purveyors  of  classic  merchandise,  stylists   and  outfitters that  reside  within Melbourne  to  rejoice  in  being  a  thoroughly  modern   gentleman.  2017  is  the  events  fifth year  and  is  hosted  by  City  Precinct  and   supported  by City  of  Melbourne  at  The  Kelvin  Club.
This  year    exhibitors  include  dynamic  new  start  ups  Article  By  Courtney  Holm   (A.BCH),  Kimshu,  Noble  by  Boble,  Melbourne  Watch  Co.,  MET  Designs,  Trimly   and  Wawa  Chocolatier  as  well  as  the  return  of  Festival  of  Steve  faithfuls such  as   Carl  Nave  -­ Individually  Tailored,  Farrah  Life  Equipment,  Fortis  Green  Apparel,   Lord  Coconut,  Mens Biz,  Sally  Mackinnon  -­Stylist  for  Men,  Sinkonah Tonic,  Little   Brixton  and  The  WondersnackCo.

The  Kelvin  Club  is  a  private  members  club  formed  in  1865  and  located  14-­ 30Melbourne  Place,  Melbourne.  The  Kelvin  Clubhouse  was  originally  built  in   1873  as  a  warehouse  by  JB  Watson  and  served  as  a  radio  station  for  numerous   broadcasters  before  The  Kelvin  Club  took  up  residency.  Female  members  were   only  admitted  into  the  Kelvin  Club  as  a  result of  changes  to  liquor  licensing  laws  in   1995.  Its  is  a  member  only  club  and  membership  is  by  referral  from  a current   member  and  requires  a  seconder  as  well  as  approval  by  the  committee,  however   it’s  doors  will  be  open  to  all  on  Saturday,  June  3.
The  event  is  free  entry  and  will  offer  tastings  of  some  of  Melbourne’s  finest  food   and  beverage  as  well  as  give  you  the  chance  to  chat  with  those  that  keep  the   fellows  primped,  preened  and  perfectly  presented.  The  Festival of  Steve  and  City   Precinct  support  Beyond  Blue  and  donations  will  be  accepted  on  arrival.