The good news about the Victorian Seniors Festival being online is that you can go back and watch the videos if you didn't get to it on time when it was scheduled to be released. This year, the Festival is being brought directly to your home through online performances, ZOOM interviews and storytelling with three new broadcasts a week that began on 29 April 2020 and will run through till the end of October 2020. The other good news is that all the videos will stay up over that timeframe. So it's not too late to catch up on the first lot of broadcasts online and look forward to the next wave and the next, to come, till end of October 2020. The theme for the first week is Welcome.
Hosts Tristan Meecham and Bec Reid the dynamic duo of All The Queens Men have met and hosted the performers from the comfort of their own home via technology, thus working to social distancing rules. See some of the profiles HERE if you missed out. Meet Aboriginal performer Kutcha Edwards who enjoys his professional platform as a way to share his culture. Tania Kernaghan has been honing her country music chops since she was 8 and is one of Australia's most loved country music stars. She shares her story with us and loves performing for the older generation. The Gram o Phonie Brothers are a musical comedy duo that continues to be a firm favourite at the Festival and are one of the three acts for the first week. Stay tuned for the next three for the second week via the links given.