On Fridays from October 12 – December 21, some of Melbourne and Australia’s finest musical acts will grace the Fed Square stage and take audiences into the weekend for Fed Square Live.
From dream-pop and soul, to big band and rock’n’roll, there is something for all tastes in this free series of concerts in Fed Square.
Three impressive acts will take to the stage each night. The exciting series line-up includes one of Australia’s most prolific entertainers Roger Knox, a Murri Man who was this year inducted into the National Indigenous Music Awards (NIMAs) Hall of Fame.
Psych-surf inspired dream pop rockers Hobsons Bay Coast Guard; Melbourne based female duos The Merindas; electro-soul nine-piece Lake Minnetonka and Aussie indie-folk legends The Killjoys will also take to the stage.
Chinese all girl outfit Dream Can will bring their sonic drive sounds to the Square; alongside the powerhouse vocals of Bumpy, the electro-soul sounds of DRMNGNOW and the sassy sister rock band Stonefield.
Indie-rockers Fraser A Gorman, Mod Con, Civic and The Living Eyes; power pop-house house Juliette Seizure & The Tremor Dolls, Loose Tooth and 60’s surf rock infused Baby Blue join the bill in December.
The full line up of more than twenty acts will ensure music lovers all of genres are entertained. See the full line up here.
Fed Square Live is a free, all ages events. Each week there will be food trucks, bean bags and astroturf so music lovers can kick back secure a spot and let the good times roll!
Presented by Fed Square, with support by the City of Melbourne and the Victorian Music Development Office.