Delivered, Live has produced another great lineup.
After bringing the likes of C.W. Stoneking, Ali Barter, Bob Evans, Alex Lahey and Even to your screens for a special first instalment last Saturday, the new Delivered, Live online music festival has produced another bumper instalment for week two.
This week the likes of You Am I frontman and legendary Australian songwriter in his own right, Tim Rogers, The Jezabels’ Hayley Mary, Freya Josephine Hollick as well as comedians Sami Shah and Adam Rozenbachs will perform live to your screens from 7:10pm tonight.
Following the success of the first event, the event will not only be back this weekend but will continue on a weekly basis across the next nine weekends. Hosted by charismatic musician and TV personality, Henry Wagons, this week’s event will also see Australian music media national treasure Myf Warhurst jump on to host an expert panel discussion.
As was the case with the first event, the majority of the revenue raised by event sales and sponsors will go straight to the performers, the crew supporting them, and their nominated live music venue. The inaugural incarnation sold 2,200 tickets and generated more than $40,000 in revenue, which was then distributed to artist and creative industries affected by coronavirus in Victoria.
Each artist has nominated a venue and crewmember who will be sharing some of tonight’s revenue. Hollick has chosen Ballarat’s The Eastern Hotel and Melbourne sound engineering king Stive Collins. Mary selected Major Tom’s in Kyneton and Jeff Hahn; Rogers will be nominating his on the night.