The series will showcase a spread of homegrown acts each Friday and Saturday night.
Tomorrow, Arts Centre Melbourne will kick off a new outdoor summer gig series in its forecourt, bringing an eclectic lineup of emerging Australian talent to the stage beneath the Spire each Friday and Saturday night.
Titled Vault Sessions: Live & Lo-Fi, the series will run from Friday January 15 until Saturday February 13.
Curated by Emily Ulman, the award-winning music programmer behind the likes of Brunswick Music Festival, the lineup features the likes of Bumpy, Chitra, Girlatones, Cayn Borthwick, Guy Blackman, Emma Russack, Nat Vazer, Coda Chroma, Great Earthquake and Charm of Finches.
The free performances kick off at 5:30pm each Friday and Saturday night, with food and drinks available from Arts Centre Melbourne’s cafe, Protagonist.
Bringing live music back to the city while supporting local artists, Vault Sessions: Live & Lo-Fi is the perfect way to spend these balmy summer nights.
Check out the program below.
Friday January 15 – Great Earthquake
Saturday January 16 – Nat Vazer
Friday January 22 – Emma Russack
Saturday January 23 – Coda Chroma
Friday January 29 – Bumpy
Saturday January 30 – Girlatones
Friday February 5 – Cayn Borthwick
Saturday February 6 – Charm of Finches
Friday February 12 – Chitra
Saturday February 13 – Guy Blackman
Vault Sessions: Live & Lo-Fi is happening every Friday and Saturday night at 5:30pm from January 15-February 13 in the Arts Centre Melbourne forecourt. Find out more here.
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