Delivered, Live will feature live music, comedy and more.
Coming to our screens in April, Delivered, Live is the latest live streamed music festival to come in the wake of the temporary live music industry shutdown caused by coronavirus.
Featuring music, comedy, inspiring stories and expert advice on dealing with isolation, Delivered, Live looks to offer a little light in these dark times.
The lineup has something for everyone, featuring Alex Lahey, Ali Barter, Bob Evans, C. W. Stoneking, Even and Teeny Tiny Stevies on the music front alongside local comedians Andy Saunders and Sami Shah.
While access to the streamed performances will be free, the festival organisers are encouraging viewers to make a donation by purchasing a ticket through Oztix to support the creative industries.
Drink packages comprising drops from regional wineries impacted by the recent bushfires will also be available for delivery to further bolster local industries suffering as a result of this trying year.
“The Delivered, Live Streaming Festival will be a wonderful way for all Victorians to support our regional communities impacted by the bushfires and coronavirus, while providing vital funds for the creative arts industry,” said Minister for Regional Development Jaclyn Symes.