Bring your friends and family down to Oakleigh for an afternoon of great live music with some of Victoria’s most popular musicians.
Live at Warrawee is a free outdoor event that will showcase live music by Pierce Brothers, Thndo, D’Arcy Spiller, Pirritu, Women of Soul and Busted Chops.
Nestled within the beautiful grounds at Warrawee Park, music lovers can gather on the grass under the shady grove of trees to appreciate the melodic tunes, DJ and roving entertainers.
As the sun sets over the park, attendees can also delight in a range of food trucks, a pop-up bar and the amazing local cuisine nearby within the Oakleigh Village precinct.
Be captivated by the vivacious and down-to-earth Pierce Brothers, who will fill the park with their toe-tapping harmonies and high-energy on-stage antics.
The Voice Australia finalist and Zimbabwean-born ‘First Lady of Soul and R&B’ ‘Thndo will play a solo set and present an Ascension Artist Showcase.
Hailing from Melbourne, the blues-pop singer-songwriter D’Arcy Spiller will perform after a three-year stint in America, undertaking a music intensive at Berklee College where she attended Coachella instead of the prom.
The event also features the gentle performance by First Nations singer-songwriter Pirritu, an energetic set by the amazing collective, Women of Soul and funky genre-defying fusion by local five-piece ensemble Busted Chops.
Come and see live music in suburbs! You can find more event information at our Live at Warrawee Facebook event page.
Live at Warrawee is presented by Monash Council and On The Road Again, a Victorian Government initiative to bring live music back across the state.