End of the Line Sandy is a new mini music festival coming to the Sandringham foreshore on December 3 with an all-female lineup.
Melbourne’s Bayside suburb of Sandringham will come alive this summer with a unique line-up of female Aussie artists, performing as part of the inaugural End of the Line Sandy music festival on Saturday 3 December from 2-8pm beside the iconic Sandringham Band Rotunda, on the picturesque foreshore lawn.
The FREE outdoor event will kick off with a Welcome to Country from the Bunurong Land Council – paying respect to the traditional owners, and features live performances from folk, indie-rock and pop singer/songwriter Chitra, pop singer/songwriter Maple Glider, Indigenous pop-duo The Merindas and award-winning Aussie rock artist/ producer Jen Cloher.
End of the Line Sandy music festival
- What: End of the Line Sandy is a new foreshore music festival
- When: Saturday, 3 December 2022 from 2:00 – 8:00pm
- Where: Sandringham Foreshore, corner of Beach and Bay Rd
- What: Live music, food and non-alcoholic drinks on the foreshore, plus live music and street performances from 12pm
- Artists: Chitra, Maple Glider, The Merindas and Jen Cloher
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End of the Line Sandy is the first in a series of Victoria-wide suburban music events that aim to promote emerging and established local artists and showcase places, communities and businesses that are accessible by public transport at the end of the line.
“ALWAYS LIVE is celebrating and elevating home-grown talent across Victoria, with two thirds of our artists calling Victoria home. The program spans Melbourne, the surrounding suburbs and the regions and End of the Line Sandy provides music lovers with a unique opportunity to explore a thriving neighbourhood with live music bringing them to the area, Steve Smith, CEO of ALWAYS LIVE said.
The picturesque stretch of beach from the Sandy Boat Club up to Half Moon Bay is a popular destination, thanks to its calm and clear waters, smaller crowds, leafy foreshore trail walk and spectacular sunsets.
More info: sandringhamvillage.org.au