Woodlands by Twilight

Saturday, 2 March, 4pm–9.30pm

Woodlands Park

Pack your picnic and sit back and relax amongst the beautiful surrounds of Woodlands Park for a twilight concert for the whole family to enjoy.

With free activities for the kids and entertainment from Australian and local musicians including Jetty Road, there’s plenty for everyone to enjoy.

Entertainment

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8.30pm–9.30pm

Jetty Road

The Melbourne-­based award-winning trio Paula and Lee Bowman (identical twins) and Julian Sammut are Jetty Road. They have a sound described as a tapestry of pop and country, with a hint of folk. Imagine The Corrs, Fleetwood Mac and The Dixie Chicks with a unique Australian flavour. Jetty Road is a band with a story to tell.

MaryAnn and the Wise Guys

7.15pm–8pm

Mary Ann and the Wise Guys

A trio with the sensational Mary Ann Van Der Horst on vocals, guitar guru Paul Grech and experienced bassist Paolo Familari. Playing your favourite covers!

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6.15pm–7pm

Brendelle

Brendelle is the musical conglomerate of Brendan Forward (ex-Massive) and Estelle Artois (ex-Tequila Mockingbyrd). Following extensive international touring – including around Europe and the UK as well as the Middle East entertaining Australia’s troops - Brendelle have unplugged their electric guitars to bring their love of all genres of music and performance acoustically along with choice percussion instrumentation. Spanning across genres such as jazz, blues, pop and rock, there's a bit of something for everybody in their repertoire.

Doc Halibut

5pm–6pm

Doc Halibut

Doc Halibut are a five-piece band (two guitars, hammond, bass and drums). The band’s music sits somewhere between rhythm and blues and country/rock; where the styles of Ry Cooder may meet The Band or perhaps the Stones and Van Morrison.

Based in Melbourne, Doc Halibut regularly perform around town as well as at festivals and venues all around the country.

Children's activities and entertainment

Musical Sprouts Pic Full team

4pm–4.45pm

Musical Sprouts

Musical Sprouts live concerts for kids provide families with an enchanting hour where children and grown-ups can forget the demands of a busy life and share in the delight of beautiful singing, easy dances and live instruments with three professional performers who are also mothers.

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4pm–9.30pm

Face painting, photography and tie-dying

There will be a range of arts and craft activities on offer for kids throughout the evening! 

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Moonee Valley Libraries

Enjoy music-themed books and DVD’s for display, browsing and lending. You can also sign up for a library card, and learn more about the Libraries' eResources and programs.

There's also some fun activities for the kids including badge making and a reading corner with bean bags!

Last updated: Saturday, 2 March 2019, 9:00 AM