Delivered over three big nights, The Altona Theatre are putting on a huge series of gigs over the next couple of months.
Featuring performances from Didirri and Mo’Ju on August 25, the acclaimed Emma Donovan & The Putbacks with The Meltdown on September 22 and Vica and Linda with support from James Henry wrapping up the series on October 27, it’s an unmissable series of gigs. It’s all a part of On The Road Again, a government initiative that’s set on bringing back live music across the state.
Live from the Altona Theatre presents:
- August 25: Mo’Ju and Didirri
- September 22: Emma Donovan & The Putbacks, The Meltdown
- October 27: Vica & Linda, supported by James Henry
Check out Melbourne’s most comprehensive gig guide here.
Hobsons Bay City Council’s Live from the Altona Theatre also supports artists through a range of professional development opportunities, such as workshops that include Transforming Ideas into Fundable Projects, Support Act Sessions and Sound Step Studios. They’re all free, but bookings are required. You can find out more by checking out the Hobsons Bay City Council website, by heading here.
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“Thanks to funding from the state government, we’re able to present an incredible contemporary live music program which will appeal to music lovers and will be a great night out right here in our neighbourhood,” said Mayor of Hobsons Bay, Councillor Peter Hemphill.
“Altona Theatre is one of the few purpose-built theatres in Melbourne’s west, and it will make for a very special and intimate experience. We can’t wait for our local community, and people from around Melbourne, to come and experience live music in the heart of our city.”
Minister for Creative Industries, Steve Dimopoulos MP says “with a brilliant line-up of Victoria’s most exciting and beloved musicians, Live from the Altona Theatre is not to be missed.”
Grab your tickets before they sell out by heading here.