From dream-pop and soul, to big band and rock'n'roll, there is something for all tastes in this free series of concerts in Fed Square.
On December 14 the Fed Square Live extravaganza starts with the opening act of A.YA, whose work is a crossover between modern original compositions and traditional styles with unique Japanese instruments. This is followed by indie-rock sensations Mod Con, Civic and The Living Eyes.
The opening act on December 21 is Max Rudd – a Brazilian seven-string guitar virtuoso and vocalist. Taking you further into the evening with the series' concluding performances are the power pop-house Juliette Seizure & The Tremor Dolls, Loose Tooth and 60s surf-rock infused Baby Blue.
Fed Square Live is a free, all ages events. Each week there will be food trucks, bean bags and astroturf so music lovers can kick back and let the good times roll!
Fed Square Live is presented by Fed Square, with support by the City of Melbourne and the Victorian Music Department Office.