FREE all ages concert
‘Live At The Steps’
gets a venue upgrade
‘Live At The Steps’
announces special guests
Dune Rats, Ruby Fields, Remi + more
As you heard earlier this week, our Ausmusic Month concert Live At The Steps was upgraded to the bigger venue of Treasury Gardens, Melbourne, due to the addition of some verrrry special guests.
Well, we’re pretty excited and hope you are too, coz we’ve only gone and added SEVEN NEW ACTS to the bill. In an under 18’s dream come true, you’ll now be able to catch guest appearances by Alice Ivy, Bec Sandridge, Dune Rats, E^AST, Jack River, Remi and Ruby Fields.
Throughout the night, these special guests will be jumping on stage with Skegss, Tired Lion, Mallrat and Baker Boy for some first-time collaborations and unique takes on well-known songs. We can’t give too much away, but we promise there’ll be some incredible moments you won’t want to miss!
Plus we have one more act to add to the line up: the ‘18 or under’ triple j Unearthed winner who’s set we’re particularly excited about. Tune in to triple j Drive this afternoon to find out who that is.
The free, all ages concert is put on by triple j Unearthed in conjunction with The Push and Parliament of Victoria as part of Melbourne Music Week.
We’ll be recording the concert for Live At The Wireless on triple j, so if you can’t make it, you’ll be able to listen back to all the big moments over the following weeks.
LIVE AT THE STEPS
presented by triple j Unearthed,
Parliament of Victoria, The Push and MMW
Where: 5 – 9pm Friday 17 November
When: Treasury Gardens, Melbourne
What: FREE, all ages, drug and alcohol free event
Line up: Skegss, Tired Lion, Mallrat, Baker Boy + triple j Unearthed winner
Just announced special guests: Alice Ivy, Bec Sandridge, Dune Rats, E^AST, Jack River, Remi + Ruby Fields
triple j Unearthed – discovering new Australian music
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Why start a music environment? The truth is I love music, I love writing, and I love life. I work with musicians every day, and I feel certain that I will be until they put me in the ground. I have been managing people in businesses of some sort for over thirty five years so along the way I have developed some “wisdom” from my regular and constant “observations”.
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