Make the most of endless Summer evenings with City of Stonnington's Sunset Sounds 2019!
This annual FREE concert series showcases some of Australia's finest award-winning artists and emerging artists in the city's most beautiful parks and gardens.
The exciting line-up this summer includes Horns of Leroy, Vaudeville Smash, Thando, The Twoks, The Seven Ups and The Meltdown. The FREE concerts, held on Sundays in January, will also welcome a number of Melbourne's favourite food trucks.
Sunset Sounds is a family-friendly event and a fantastic way to embrace the balmy Sunday evenings this January. Grab your picnic rug and settle in for Sunset Sounds under the summer night sky!
Grab your picnic rug and settle in for Sunset Sounds under the summer night sky!
The first concert in the Sunset Sounds series on Sunday 6 January at Victoria Gardens features Vaudeville Smash, a local band of three brothers and two mates carving out their own niche genre. An explosion of funk, flute, sax, synth and groove, the dance floor is sure to be packed.
Since their first gig at Fitzroy's Bar Open in September 2009, Vaudeville Smash have built a formidable following in their hometown of Melbourne and around the world.
Vaudeville Smash will be supported by The Seven Ups.
Blending influences from 1970s Nigerian Afrobeat with the deepest of street funk, The Seven Ups are the original 7-piece party band out of Melbourne. Expect unrestrained solos by unkempt horns over an unpretentious rhythm section.
PBS DJ Lyndelle Wilkinson will be spinning tunes from 5pm.
For more information on Sunset Sounds 2019, please visit the City of Stonnington website.
Don't forget the other concerts in the Sunset Sound 2019 series:
Central Park, Sunday 13 January, 6-8pm
Thando supported by The Meltdown with PBS DJ Maddy Mac from 5pm
Malvern Gardens, 20 January, 6-8pm
Horns of Leroy featuring Shannen Wick supported by The Twoks with PBS DJ Maddy Mac from 5pm