Fed Square Presents Fed Square Live | SUMMER supported by City of Melbourne.
Join us for free live concerts performed on the main stage every Thursday in November and December.
We’ll have some of our best local talent entertaining Fed Square crowds, so make sure you gather your mates and find a spot in front of all the action for a night of chill grooves.
A message from the Lord Mayor, Robert Doyle AC:
“Make the most of our balmy summer evenings and head to Fed Square for free live gigs this November and December.
Some of our most exciting local and emerging artists will take to the stage every Thursday night, so gather your friends and family and head to Fed Square to appreciate the music. Who knows, you might come across the next big thing!
The City of Melbourne is a proud supporter of the Fed Square Live – Summer Series, a celebration of our city’s creativity.”
30 November, 6pm to 8pm
Propelled by driving synths, explosive choruses and an outlook that’s equal parts elation and introspection, Bell City Square make music for the dancefloor and the heart. The Melbourne-based alt-pop trio specialise in songs – anthems, actually – that prove catchy does not have to mean dumb, big does not necessarily equal soulless.
Amistat manage to fascinate and entertain anything from an intimate house concert to a rowdy Festival crowd. Since 2012, Amistat have released two EP’s, ‘It’s Not Words’ and ‘Somewhere Sometime’, and their debut album ‘Parley’ which saw them embark on a number of Australian and European tours.
7 December, 6pm to 8pm
A nomadic pop/punk logomaniac, Bec Sandridge has a guitar swagger reminiscent of St.Vincent, and the delivery of new wave icons like Deborah Harry and David Byrne. Her most recent single ‘High Tide’ has landed high rotation on triple j and was a fan favourite on her recently wrapped Australian tours alongside The Rubens and Highasakite.
Pat Coyle has been performing his soulful folk-rock music for people since the age of ten, learning to connect with his audience and put on an authentic live show. He and his band, made up of jazz/roots and rock musicians share their love of music and tell a story through magnetic and soulful songs.
14 December, 6pm to 8pm
Duan & Julia are a music duo consisting of producer Duan and singer Julia Lostrom. Gathering inspirations from Flume, Alessia Cara, Vallis Alps, Flying Lotus and Nikki Randa, the duo create emotive electronica with spiritually soothing vocals.
With honeyed vocals, fierce rhymes and a bold eclectic style to match, 19-year-old KAIIT is alluring audiences to the sweet sound of soul.
21 December, 6pm to 8pm
With gentle disposition and threadbare six-string, Didirri’s bittersweet melodies tumble between the bookends of his own biography. Spinning tales of joy and sorrow, his presence consumes listeners into the belly of contemplation, and washes the room with silence.
Zoe Ryan is a wandering singer-songwriter, based in Australia. Enigmatic and ever-changing, her live show is made up of upbeat and down-tempo acoustic folk-roots, known for a distinctive vocal and lyrical style.
Catch public transport or cycle and plonk yourself down for a night of entertainment.
Supported by City of Melbourne