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Thu, 27 August 2015

Melbourne Day 30.8.2015 Free Events

Filed under: Exhibitions, Festivals & Major Events — site admin @ 1:21 pm

Melbourne rocks 180
New! Melbourne Our Town will be performed for the first time at the Melbourne Day Concert by Soli Tesema
Big stars announced for our free Docklands family concert
•Aboriginal didgeridoo performances
•Special Sunday Market
•MC Dr Sally Cockburn (”Dr Feelgood”)
•GOLD104.3 FM live broadcast
•Melbourne Regatta
•Open Door Singers / Docklands Community Choir, with Musical Director Shaun Islip
•Free ferry trips
•And more!

Daryl Braithwaite, Pierce Brothers, Russell Morris and Soli Tesema performing at the Melbourne Day Concert on 30 August
Music legends Daryl Braithwaite and Russell Morris headline our FREE Melbourne Day Concert on Sunday August 30 in the Docklands — proudly sponsored by GOLD 104.3 with Brig and Lehmo.

For more information: Contact Bettina @ Upfront Events www.upfront.com.au

The concert also features the Pierce Brothers, Jack and Pat, who return home for their first appearance after a world tour.
And Soli Tesema will perform Halo, her signature cover of Beyonce’s pop ballard that wowed the judges on The Voice Australia.

When: Noon to 5pm. (Pierce Brothers on stage at 1pm; Soli Tesema, 1.25pm; Russell Morris, 1.45pm; Daryl Braithwaite, 2.30pm)
Where: Water Plaza on Victoria Harbour Promenade, Docklands (Merchant St, near the Library at the Dock).

Hey kids! Learn about your city through the eyes of Gilbert, Melbourne’s first cat — the Tassie tabby who arrived on the Enterprize with the first settlers.

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