Saturday 1st June between 4 PM and 8 PM at the Encore Events Centre, 80 Derrimut Road, Hoppers Crossing.
This is City of Wyndham's inaugural indigenous music festival, a fully supervised, alcohol and smoke free event. There'll be a full line-up of indigenous talent singing, rapping and dancing up a storm.
This is a free event but registration is essential. Tickets will include a free meal voucher that may be used at the on-site kiosk or at the indigenous food truck.
All five of these FREE Melbourne events are accessible by public transport. Photo: Copyright Ian Gill / Footloose Media
Cale Sexton – SUSTAIN
Friday 28th June from 8 PM to 9 PM at the Federation Bells, Middle Terrace, Birrarung Marr.
Cale Sexton is being hailed as one of the true innovators in contemporary Australian 'electronica' or synthesized music. You'll hear Melbourne's fabulous Federation Bells as you've never heard them before as Sexton them in the premiere of his latest work 'SUSTAIN' commissioned by the City of Melbourne.
This event is open to all ages and no bookings or registration are required. For more information email federation.bells@melbourne,vic.gov.au or telephone (03) 9658 9658
Melbourne's Federation Bells will be a highlight of Cale Saxton's presentation of SUSTAIN. Photo: Copyright Ian Gill / Footloose Media
Lyrical Lunchtime in the Supreme Court Library
Thursday 20th June 1.15 Pm to 2.15 PM in the Supreme Court of Victoria Library, 210 William Street.
Lyrical Lunchtimes is a great opportunity to relax and reflect while listening to some great music in the magnificent surrounds of the Supreme Court Library.
This event is open to all ages and no bookings or registration are required. The Library is wheelchair accessible.
For further information email email@example.com or telephone (03) 9603 6282.
Lunchtime music in the Supreme Court Library - now that's different.
Docklands History Group – Charles Brentani
Tuesday 25th June between 6PM and 7PM in the Library At The Dock, 107-117 Victoria Harbour Promenade.
Douglas Wilkie, author and Honorary Fellow at the University of Melbourne presents an insight into the extraordinary life of Charles Brentani, a noticeable character around Melbourne from 1847 to 1853 who found himself at the centre of Victoria's gold rush.
Wednesday's commencing 5th June, 5 PM to 10 PM at Queen Victoria Market, Cnr Elizabeth and Victoria Streets.
Queen Victoria Market comes alive with the annual Winter Night Market held each Wednesday from 5th June to 28th August and featuring roaring fires, specialty shopping, great food from around the world and live entertainment.
This is a licensed event, suitable for all ages and no bookings are required.