Party in the Piazza on Sunday 12th March 2017
Join us for a party like no other in Myrtleford as we close the Great Alpine Road and bring the street party into Myrtleford’s wonderful grassed Piazza.
PLUS there will be a special Youth Event in Queen Street, with two D.J’s on their own stage, with a stack of other activities especially for the younger generation.
Entertainment on the open-air stage runs from 11.30am until late in the evening, with hundreds of Festival goers enjoying the talented entertainers. Travas Hope and the team from SoundAlive Productions will once again provide an awesome sound & light experience.
A huge thank you to our Street Party supporter Gapsted Wines and Youth Event supporter Carter Holt Harvey-Wood Products Australia:
Born and bred in the historic gold-mining town of Beechworth in North-east Victoria, Liv Cartledge is a rare find. At just 18, her husky tones, soul-filled lyrics and warm melodies married with a voice one can only assume comes from her toes, Liv will draw you in and leave you wondering how you got there.
For more information about Liv Cartledge and the launch of her first single ‘You Got Me High’ from her debut EP ‘Timber’ at The Wesley Anne, Northcote go to www.facebook.com/livcartledgemusic.
Route 61 formed in late 2011 after a jam between three like-minded musicians.
Route 61 started gigging a month after forming and have been performing regular shows playing BLUES, FUNK, SOUL AND ROCK around Victoria and and Melbourne!
Route 61 released their 1st ep in 2014 as well as performing as part of the main program for the 2014/15/16 Wangaratta jazz and blues festival after spending previous years in the free stage.
During their time together, Route 61 have performed with some of Australia’s top blues acts like Dallas Frasca, Kevin Borich, Phil Manning, Joe Camilleri and The Black Sorrows.
Route 61 are a hard-hitting Blues/funk trio who are heavily influenced by blues artists such as Eric Clapton, B.B King, John Mayer, Joe Bonamassa, Albert King, Matt Schofield, Robben Ford, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin, Buddy Guy, to name a few.
For more information, please look up their web site at www.facebook.com/route61band.
Bring your dancing shoes as local favourite Jammin’On, an 8 piece band from Wangaratta will be back at The Myrtleford Festival in 2017. Their unique brand of easy listening music with a good strong pulse will surely get your feet tapping!
For more information about Jammin’On, please look up their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/Jammin-On-Wangaratta-8-Piece-Band-166701810016322/
IT’S A LONG WAY FROM CROOKED MOUNTAIN TO TAMWORTH! Especially if you’re a PIG!!
The Pigs are on tour this Spring Summer 16/17. Trekking from the Crooked Mountain Concert in the Warrumbungles to the annual Tamworth Country Music Festival… and beyond! Visiting all the logical sights on the way… and doing concerts!
Logical stops include: Melbourne, Shellharbour (NSW) , St. Arnaud (Vic), Narooma (NSW), Katoomba (NSW), Orange (NSW), Ballarat (Vic), Bathurst (NSW), Gold Coast (QLD), Canberra (ACT), Brisbane (QLD), Sunshine Coast (QLD), Sydney, Newcastle and Myrtleford (North East Victoria)!
See makes sense don’t it?
Misunderstood family band The Pigs play hillbilly pop and all things good. With a tempered history spanning 4 albums, one EP, Golden Guitar Nominations, world tours and sore feet, the band is known for its dynamic and entertaining live performances.
With double bass, acoustic guitars, mandolin, stand up drums, banjo and big bluegrass vocal harmonies, The Pigs developed their unique sound on the family homestead in a little country town called Balmain in 2005. Now, their kooky original anthems, Macho Moisturiser and Hey Christina are sung from Berlin to Bendigo and their ability to transform hit songs into downright footstompers is legendary.
See ewe soon!!.