Presented by Delivered Live in partnership with the Victorian Government, the inaugural Recharge 2020 Festival on Sunday 17 May 2020 from 12pm to 10.30pm is launching theVictorian Farmer's Market and breathing life back into communities across the state. It's FREE to attend, FREE to watch and FREE to enjoy. However, if you want to buy a ticket to go into a draw for a prize, the money will go to those musicians and road crew putting on the concerts. Feed your soul and feed a musician or roadie too!
A festival and a feast, this event features full studio performances from Tones And I, Missy Higgins, Pierce Brothers, The Jezabels, The Black Sorrows, Archie Roach, Ainslie Wills, Dallas Frasca, Fanny Lumsden, Hannah Blackburn, thando and Wagons, all playing from the Delivered Live Studios. These are proper gigs, not acoustic, living room shows: full lighting, main stage PA, shot by a 5-camera crew. It's the next best thing to being in a venue!
During the Festival you can buy a box of fresh produce or the best beverages from any of the 200 plus virtual market vendors. By grabbing a presale ticket, you go in the draw to win an Audio-Technica Bluetooth HiFi prize pack to the value of $1000. Presale ends Sat May 9 at 9:30am. This initiative aims to help rural and regional Victoria. They're coming to us in a giant virtual Victorian Farmers' Market. Find out more about the event HERE.
A mix of food, drink and music, it puts the spotlight on the growers and musicians, beaming out on YouTube. Hosts Myf Warhurst and Henry Wagons will TOUR the State's fresh food markets where local producers will have their best products ready for you to buy while Chef Adrian Richardson (La Luna Bistro, Good Chef Bad Chef) conjures up meals to show you how to make the most of our beautiful produce.
Live performances will slip in between market moments and you can buy a box of fresh produce or best beverages from anyone you see on your screen while sitting in your lounge. There are 200 plus vendors listed and you don't need to jump from website to website at this one-stop-shop. Just click on what you want and send it to your basket. There won't even be a delivery charge thanks to the Victorian Government and Minister Jaclyn Symes and the Department of Jobs, Precincts & Regions. You can also buy merchandise from your favourite artists and from Delivered Live.