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20/10/2017
Ashley Davies – THROTTLE
Unfortunately this performance has been cancelled.

Presented as part of Darebin Music Feast.

THROTTLE puts the solo drummer front and centre in this high octane, live, interdisciplinary performance. Set to the music of muscle drum music volumes 1 and 2, a live drummer moves through musical terrain built on driving drum grooves that test his physical endurance. Accompanied by choreographed visuals of dynamic feats of motion ranging from car chases to skateboarding, dancing to rocket launches, this innovative show is a cranking, foot stomping and thrilling musical adventure for those who like to give it full throttle.

Friday 20 October 2017
7.30pm (Running time 60 minutes, no interval)

TICKETS:
Full: $19
Concession: $16 (Student, Health Care Card, Children 15 years and under)

This event features strobe lighting and smoke effects.
This event is not suitable for babies due to content and/or noise levels.
All children 2 years and over must purchase a ticket.

Transaction fees apply - $3.70 online, $5 over the phone, no charge when purchasing directly from the venue


Northcote Town Hall, West Wing Studio 1
189 High St, Northcote


21/10/2017
At The Hop with Bobby and the Pins
Presented as part of Darebin Music Feast.

An Afternoon of Mid-Century Hits.

Take a trip back to the likes of the Andrews Sisters, with this close-harmony singing trio of ladies and their dashing double bassist. Enjoy hits of the 40s, 50s and a few modern songs done in mid-century style. There will be surprises, with everything from swing dancers to hilarious character moments.

Saturday 21 October 2017
2pm (Running time 60 minutes, no interval)


TICKETS:

Full $15
Seniors $11
All children 2 years and over must purchase a ticket

Transaction fees apply - $3.70 online, $5 over the phone, no charge when purchasing directly from the venue


Northcote Town Hall, West Wing Studio 1
189 High St, Northcote



21/10/2017
Mana
Presented as part of Darebin Music Feast.

Mana is a live music event that emphasises queerness and First Nations people. ‘Mana’ means ‘spiritual power, authority, prestige’. By handing the mic to emerging musicians who are queer / femme / non-binary / First Peoples / Pasifika / people of colour, this event empowers these young marginalised people to reclaim their mana. Ultimately, this will be a celebration of resilience, and one hell of a party!

Curated and produced by Daisy Catterall under the mentorship of Bexx Djentuh (LISTEN).

This event was produced through AMPLIFY, Darebin Music Feast’s new Event Producer Mentorship. A targeted professional development opportunity, AMPLIFY seeks to address inequality in the music industry by supporting and amplifying lesser heard voices. Each year, AMPLIFY will offer a targeted group of Darebin-based, early-career music event producers access to mentoring and the opportunity to program and produce a feature event as part of Darebin Music Feast. In 2017, AMPLIFY was open to early-career female, trans and/or gender non-conforming music event producers who live, work or study in the City of Darebin.

Saturday 21 October 2017
8pm - Midnight (Doors Open 7pm)

TICKETS:
Full: $15
Concession: $10 (Student, Health Care Card, Children 15 years and under)
All children 2 years and over must purchase a ticket

Transaction fees apply - $3.70 online, $5 over the phone, no charge when purchasing directly from the venue

Northcote Town Hall, Main Hall
189 High St, Northcote



22/10/2017
Sunday Strings & Song
Presented as part of Darebin Music Feast.

Join us for an afternoon of sweet songs featuring performances by vocal trio Queen Bee and four community choirs. Community Choirs include; Brunswick Neighbourhood House Community Choir, Compassionate Voices Community Choir, Farnham Street Singers and Kensingers.

Queen Bee will open the event. Queen Bee is a new vocal trio featuring the strong, soulful and sensual voices of Beulah Joseph, Ruth Kennedy and Georgia Poletti Moulds. Queen Bee’s repertoire includes soul, gospel, funk and blues.

The four community choirs will then perform a variety of songs together as a mass choir in Harmony for Humanity. Repertoire includes gospel, folk and music from around the world, including songs composed by Australian composers.

The concert will also feature performances by other surprise special musical guests.

Sunday 22 October 2017
2pm - 4pm (interval 2.50pm – 3.00pm)

TICKETS:
Full: $19
Concession: $16 (Student, Health Care Card, Children 15 years and under)
All children 2 years and over must purchase a ticket.

Transaction fees apply - $3.70 online, $5 over the phone, no charge when purchasing directly from the venue

Northcote Town Hall, West Wing Studio 1
189 High St, Northcote




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