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 Years Day
Heloise is an original artist whose eclectic folk music will take you on a journey through time and space. Meet weird and wonderful folk, dance to the sounds of the trees with foxes and gypsies and travel to places you’ve dreamt about but could never quite reach.
Alternative rock artist Miffy Duke learnt to play guitar growing up in the Pacific Islands of the Solomons. He honed his songwriting skills living in the UK, working with the likes of drummer Ben Kennedy, who tours with Ladyhawke and Foxes. Come and discover his unique sound – described as epic, expansive and emotional.
Sit back and listen as acoustic artist Brett Lee weaves stories with his folk ‘n’ roll and acoustic-surf melodies. Influenced by Paul Kelly and Jack Johnson, you’ll hear secret hints of country, honesty behind his lyrics and an organic feel to his songs.
Program coming soon…
20 November – Melbourne Music Week
Get your groove on with a trio of soulful performances presented by Fed Square in collaboration with Melbourne Music Week. Embark on an intimate and rousing, genre-spanning journey as Melbourne’s best soul bands warm the city for this special, one-off edition of Fed Square Live.
The Perfections and their mix of dirty and sweet garage soul. Describing themselves as ‘the lovechild of Otis Redding and The Stooges’, lead singer Christina sets the stage alight with her commanding vocals and glitter-tastic antics.
Melbourne has a reputation for producing world class soul bands, and Mayfield is no exception. This 6 piece outfit draws influence from classics like Curtis Mayfield and Al Green and fuses these with the likes of contemporary artists such as D’Angelo and Angie Stone.
Praised as one of Melbourne’s best and most original acts Soul Safari have been making waves across Australia. These groove-based music makers are wowing crowds with their passionate and energetic performances, leaving audiences begging for an encore. A sweet blend of Neo Soul, Funk, Rnb and Hip Hop, Soul Safari are a band with a story to tell.