Just when you thought the Mornington Peninsula couldn’t get swankier, Peninsula Grammar’s Concert Series is continuing its star-studded guest performances, this time with the acclaimed Didirri. On Thursday June 20, the Warrnambool-born singer-songwriter will grace the Peninsula Grammar Performing Arts Centre, boasting an intimate venue of no more than 250 patrons. There’s also a chance for audience members and students to meet the artist up and personal. School’s out but the cool’s rolling in.
Didirri is known for his spoken explanations of his tracks and exploring themes of healing and heartbreak with his intoxicating serenades.
Taking place at Mount Eliza, the series focuses on the live music scene in Melbourne’s outer regions. It has invited the likes of The Grigoryan Brothers, Harry James Angus (from The Cat Empire) and Lior for the rest of 2019, promising a concert experience that more than rivals screaming children and volatile lunch breaks. Indeed, rising stars such as Didirri have graced major global festivals like SXSW, attesting to the event’s calibre.