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The Push Tour 2022

Published: 4 March 2022

The Push All-Ages Tour is coming to Cardinia Cultural Centre on Sunday 13 March 2022!

Join Cardinia Cultural Centre (40 Lakeside Boulevard, Pakenham) on Sunday 13 March at 2pm for a day of incredible music from Kaiit, MLBRN, Dewey and other local acts.

This year The Push Tour is supporting 20 teams of local young people as a part of the Victorian Government FReeZA program – a youth development initiative that provides young people with industry skills and experiences in staging events in their local communities.

The Push Tour connects young regional audiences with contemporary live music experiences and industry-based training opportunities through staging large-scale live music events.

It’s delivered as a part of On The Road Again - a Victorian Government initiative to bring live music back across the state, and in partnership with triple j Unearthed, Vanessa, JMC Academy and Moshtix.

All tickets cost $20 each (+ booking fees) and are available online at www.whatsoncardinia.com.au.

Complimentary tickets for The Push All-Ages Tour are available for First Nations young people, as well as those experiencing financial hardship or who hold a Companion Card. Please email tickets@thepush.com.au to arrange.

This is an all-ages, fully supervised, drug, alcohol and smoke/vape-free event. Children aged 12 years or younger must be accompanied by a parent/legal guardian. Parents/guardians should note that artists performing at this show may perform songs that explore adult themes and include explicit lyrical content.

The event is wheelchair friendly, and within walking distance of public transport services. All-gender bathrooms are available.

For more information about The Push Tour and to buy tickets now, visit Council’s What’s On webpage at www.whatsoncardinia.com.au.

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