Soak up the summer evenings with weekly outdoor concerts featuring some of Melbourne’s most talented artists.
Fed Square’s free live music series features a huge lineup of independent and emerging acts that will launch you into the heart of Melbourne’s music scene.
Unwind after-work by pulling up a deck chair and immersing yourself in a sonic feast of live unplugged music.
Where: The Square
When: Every Thursday, 6 November - 26 March, 5.30pm - 7.30pm
Excluding: Christmas Day + New Year's Day
Fed Square Live MC - Walter Musolino
Presenting the Fed Square Live artists each week will be Man City Sirens front man, Walter Musolino. Walter is passionate about helping other Australian artists who have set out on the road of creative endeavour.
Bruce lé Moose
Relax in The Square and enjoy an acoustic set from Brunswick band, Bruce lé Moose. Since their formation in early 2013, Bruce lé Moose have released an EP and shared the stage with various local artists throughout Melbourne’s music scene. With no focus on any specific genre, their music sees diverse influences from ‘The Kooks’ to ‘Jack Johnson’, fused with other elements to make their own ‘Pub Pop’ sound.
Lift your Thursday with upbeat original songs and covers from pop-folk duo, Jeanie. The duo features ABC3′s TV Host Liv Phyland and TV composer and member of ‘Speed Orange’ Aaron D’Arcy. Jeanie keep it simple with guitar and vocals and are set to release an EP in February 2015.
Chill out listening to the infectious chords, robust rhythms and soaring vocals of local musician, Chris Watts. Chris will be performing a set from his debut album Back Down, combining irresistible indie-pop tunes with catchy riffs that will stay with you long after the gig wraps up.
Pull up a deckchair and enjoy the smooth country ballads of Josh McDonald. Josh is a Melbourne-based teacher by day and singer songwriter by night. He appeared on The Voice 2014 and has just released a brand new single, ‘Warm Wood, Cold Heart’, on iTunes.
Beth and the Brave
Beth and the Brave perform beautiful alternative-folk tunes with themes of social and environmental justice. Led by Beth’s stunning voice, the trio blend rich vocal arrangements with intricate guitar, banjo, double bass and flute. Beth and the Brave performed their debut single ‘Grey Waltz Blue’ at the Walk Against Family Violence at Fed Square on 24 November 2014.
Get groovin’ in The Square with Sara Jane’s funky-reggae sound. Combining elements of blues, reggae, pop and folk, Sara captivates and immerses audiences of all ages and backgrounds. Her songs tells stories of things you can relate to; love, loss, life. In April 2011, Sara Jane recorded her debut album ‘Song’s about Life’ with her band, Sara Jane & the Enigma Blues.
Fed Square Live – Thursday Specials
- Deluxe Bento + Beer/Wine | $30
Tempura Vegetables, Fresh Sashimi, Hosomaki Tofu Salad, Steamed Rice, Miso. With a choice of Teriyaki Balsamic Chicken + Wafu Steak
- Vegetable Bento + Beer/Wine | $26
Eggplant, Zucchini, Shiitake Mushrooms in a ginger ankake, Tofu Salad, Vegetable Roll, Tempura Vegetables, Rice + Miso
Both Bento come with a glass of Enchanted Shiraz or Semillon Sauvignon Blanc or pot of Tap Beer
Il Pom Italian
All day special | $16
Choose from Stinco D’agnello, Cotoletta Di Pollo, Agnolotti Gigante, Spaghetti Puttanesca or Calzone
Little Ripper Burger Deal | $15
Enjoy a burger with a side of fries and a schooner of Matilda Bay Little Ripper Sparkling Lager
Riverland Bar + Cafe
Little r meal deal | $18
Choose 2 options off the grill + a pint of Carlton Draught or glass of house wine + popcorn
6 Course Tasting Menu | $85
Take a culinary journey with Taxi Kitchen
Lucky Dip deal | $50
1 pizza of your choice and chips + 4 imported beers
Mövenpick Ice Cream
Combo | $6
Single scoop of ice cream + a bottle of water
Arintji Burger | $19
200g Arintji hamburger with chips