Fed Square Live to come to a close in December

December 4, 2018 by  

The Fed Square Live series of events that have been entertaining audiences in the Melbourne CBD since October will draw to a close on 21st December.

The series of free concerts has seen acts performing something for everyone with a variety of styles including, indie pop, disco, soul, rock ‘n’ roll, dream pop and big band. Banner printing services are often used to provide signage for acts.

There are plenty of acts scheduled to perform throughout the month of December. The 7th will see performances by Isaac Jensen, The Killjoys, Leah Flanagan, and Stonefield.

The event on December 14 will feature A.YA, a group that uses unique Japanese instruments to help create its crossover sound. Also appearing is Civic, The Living Eyes and Mod Con.

The final instalment in the series will take place on December 21. Max Rudd will open and will be followed by performances from Baby Blue, Loose Tooth and Juliette Seizure & the Tremor Dolls.

Fed Square will also have a variety of food trucks and seating options on hand so music lovers can relax and enjoy the performances.

Sally Capp, Lord Mayor stated:

“The City of Melbourne is a proud supporter of the Fed Square Live – Summer Series, a celebration of our city’s creativity for all to enjoy.”

Further details regarding the series including acts, times, parking and transport options can be found on the Fed Square website.