If the days of rock concerts are long behind you, head to Federation Square. You'll enjoy a live music event of a different kind, where jazz, swing and pop music are all treated equally.
Classics at Fed Square is a series of free monthly concerts starting in April. One Sunday each month, a live band or musical act will put on a concert for visitors to enjoy. There will be bands and orchestra's playing a variety of genres, such as classical and big band, choir performances and appearances by the Salvation Army Veteran Band and the Victorian Police Band.
After the show, why not take advantage of the myriad activities available at Federation Square? There's free exhibitions at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image and The Ian Potter Centre, markets and several cafes and restaurants if you'd like to grab a coffee or late lunch. The Federation Square website claims that there are at least five activities on each day, so check out the What's On calendar for more information.
Classics at Fed Square will take place in the BMW Edge from 12.00pm until 1.00pm on the first Sunday of the month. Concert goers can expect entertainment from established acts as well as performances from emerging talent.