Live Nation have today announced St Kilda’s new Palace Foreshore outdoor entertainment venue is preparing for a red-hot summer of live music.
One of Australia’s most iconic seaside locations, The Palace Foreshore is located just seven km from Melbourne’s CBD and is adjacent to the historic Palais Theatre and Luna Park. Set against the backdrop of Port Phillip Bay, St Kilda is known for its electric live entertainment scene and bar and dining culture and has long been Melbourne’s summer playground.
The Palace Foreshore will be installed annually each summer, bringing a number of incredible live entertainment experiences to St Kilda, including oneday festivals, headline shows, largescale brand acivations and public events. With the capacity to host up to 5,000 people, the venue will play host to music fans across the ountry in celebration of incredible music talent.
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The venue offers exceptional production, provided by Australian industry leaders with experience accommodating all music genres. The Palace Foreshore offers the highest standard of staging, audio, lighting, vision, and power production, providing both artists and audiences with a supreme listening experience.
Live Nation already owns and operates a catalogue of venues, including St Kilda’s Palais Theatre, Anita’s Theatre in Thirroul, The Fortitude Music Hall in Brisbane, and Hindley Street Music Hall in Adelaide.
Ahead of the venue’s summer 2022 opening, a number of world-class acts have been confirmed, including Keshi, Sam Fender, King Gizzard, The Tesky Brothers, Six60, The Black Crowes and Tim Minchin.
Chris Akavi, Promotor at Live Nation Asia Pacific, commented: “The Palace Foreshore is historic entertainment precinct and an integral location within Melbourne’s celebrated music and cultural scene. The 2022 summer line-up is set to be a dynamic display of world-class live music vital to the continued development of this landmark site, as music fans from across the country gather in St Kilda to enjoy this epic celebration.”