Cool local music to heat up free Summer Music Series
Stay cool this summer at Summer Music Series 2019 with local musicians playing tunes at the Emerald Lake Park Bandstand, from 12.30–3pm every Sunday in February.
Next up, Babaganoush performing Sunday 17 February!
Last weekend the Cardinia Civic Concert Band had toes tapping with music from a variety of genres and the Positive Music Drum Circles once again gave people a chance to dance along to their own beat.
Enjoy all the Summer Music Series 2019 has to offer:
Sunday 17 February: Babaganoush
Babaganoush play the best mix of Gypsy, Balkan Beats & Greek folk music. Their spicy melodies, hot rhythms and fiery vocals are mesmerizing. Their sound is sensuous and intoxicating, created by an exquisite combination of violin, clarinet, piano accordion, bass, percussion & bouzouki.
Great to dance to, they delight audiences everywhere. From the Spiegeltent to Europe’s liveliest bars to Australia’s best music festivals, Babaganoush have ventured the world music circuit in full swing.
Sunday 24 February: Rich Davies and The Low Road
Rich Davies and The Low Road will finish the series with a foot-stomping contemporary folk attack.
With a poet's heart and rocker's soul, Rich Davies & The Low Road deliver a “foot-stomping contemporary folk attack” (Mick Thomas). The Golden Guitar 2018 nominee has been hailed as “The Pogues meets Springsteen”.
Every Sunday in February: Drum circles by Positive Music
Positive Music brings drum circles to Summer Music Series once more with an array of fun and colourful traditional hand drums and small percussion instruments. People will get the opportunity to make their own music from 12.30–3pm at Emerald Lake Park close to the Bandstand. No experience necessary but enthusiasm is a must!
For more information, visit www.cardinia.vic.gov.au/summermusic
The Summer Music Series 2019 is brought to you by Cardinia Shire Council and community radio 3MDR.
In the event of a CFA declared Code Red or Extreme fire weather alert, or other extreme weather conditions, Emerald Lake Park will be closed and the concert will be cancelled.