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Push and FReeZA team up to bring Australia's finest young musicians to Bruthen Inn Hotel on 26 March 2022
Youth music organisation The Push and youth development program FReeZA have teamed up to bring some of Australia's finest young musicians to Bruthen for the second last show tour which provides live music for younger audience.
The incredible evening of live music to be held at Bruthen Inn Hotel on Saturday 26 March from 4pm-8.30pm, will feature genre-bending rapper Allday; musician and activist JK-47; triple j Unearthed competition winner Emily Jansen and local legend Olivia Lay. "After being postponed last year due to Covid, we're so excited to see this youth-focused event go ahead," Mayor Cr Mark Reeves said.
After COVID-19 restrictions forced us to hit the brakes on bringing live music to audiences in 2021, The Push is excited to be bringing the tour back over seven weekends across February and March 2022
Canceled event tickets
Cr Reeves said, "Lockdowns have hit the live music industry hard, and that also hits the hospitality sector, so grab a ticket and join the fun in Bruthen." The show will be held in line with the Victorian Government's COVIDSafe measures and in a drug, smoke and alcohol-free space. This event is also wheelchair friendly.
All tickets purchased for canceled dates in September and October remain valid for new dates in the same locations. If you can no longer attend, please request a refund via Moshtix.
This Push All-Ages Tour event is being staged by local young people as a part of the Victorian Government FReeZA youth development initiative that provides industry skills and event-staging experience.
Book your tickets
Tickets are selling fast. Book at 'All ages tour' page. Complimentary tickets are available for First Nations young people and those experiencing financial hardship or who hold a Companion Card. Email email@example.com to arrange.
Pictures from Bruthen Blues & Arts Festival Facebook page.
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