It’s all about the vibe and great live music in Oakleigh for the much-anticipated Live at Warrawee this month.
Mayor Brian Little said he was thrilled that COVID Safe live events were back for the community to enjoy after such a challenging time due to the pandemic.
“Live at Warrawee is a great outdoor community event that we enjoy providing each year,” Cr Little said.
“It’s also really pleasing that we can support artists to perform to a crowd, amid what’s been a particularly difficult past 12 months where the live events scene effectively stopped overnight when the COVID-19 pandemic was declared.
“Gather your family and friends, book your tickets, bring a chair or rug and enjoy this exciting event.”
This FREE event is at Warrawee Park, Oakleigh from 4pm-9pm on Saturday 27 March with an eclectic line up of artists:
- Alex Lahey – popular Melbourne-based award-winning singer/songwriter who has had four tracks Triple J’s hottest 100 and racked up a huge 50 million streams since her gold-certified debut album was released in 2017.
- Hayley Mary – as front woman of The Jezabels, Hayley Mary has had three Top 5 albums but she is making a name for herself as a solo artist with her debut EP released to critical acclaim last year.
- Horns of Leroy – inspired by the sounds of New Orleans and fused with Melbourne streets, the group has earned itself a reputation for delivering raucous shows built on strong foundations and insatiable energy.
- Bumpy - a proud Noongar woman, Bumpy presents a compelling view into her truths as a First Nation artist whilst delving into a world where vulnerability is power.
*Due to COVID Safe requirements, Live at Warrawee is a ticketed event. Tickets available now through Trybooking (tickets limited to five per person and each ticket holder must be named for contact tracing purposes).
More information about the event is available at Council’s website.