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Heart of St Kilda Concert 2015

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The Heart of St Kilda Concert is a major highlight on the Sacred Heart Mission event calendar. Now in its eighth year, the concert will take place on Tuesday 22 September, in its spiritual home of St Kilda's iconic Palais Theatre.

Heart of St Kilda Concert


Starring some great Australian bands, performers and comedians, it's a wonderful night out celebrating Sacred Heart Mission and the vibrant and diverse community of St Kilda.

Helmed once again by irrepressible RocKwiz co-presenter Brian Nankervis, the lineup includes:

The Black Sorrows
Kasey Chambers
Arj Barker
Col Joye
Denise Scott
British India
Leonard & Slava Grigoryan
David Hobson & Colin Lane
Tim Rogers, Rebecca Barnard, Billy Miller and the Caravan Choir
Luke McGregor
Emma Donovan
Dave Callan
The Meltdown
The explosive drumming of TaikOz!

This charity event raises funds for Sacred Heart Mission's Meals Program, which serves a total of 400 free breakfasts and three-course lunches, 365 days of the year to people experiencing homelessness, disadvantage and social exclusion.

- See more at: www.sacredheartmission.org

Tickets are on sale via Ticketmaster.

Sounds like a great night out!
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Why? For the awesome entertainment and to support a great cause!
When: Tuesday 22 September 2015 at 7pm
Where: Palais Theatre
Cost: A Reserve $99 and B Reserve $79
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What an amazing line up of Aussie talent and for such a good cause.
by Gayle Beveridge (score: 3|7970) 1831 days ago
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