The 90s have often been hailed as an interesting time for music. There was a lot of new genres coming out of the woodwork and equally as new and unique fashion trends accommodating them. But say what you will, the 90s were home to some iconic and unforgettable anthems that are still sung in clubs and showers across the world.Continue reading
With normalcy slowly returning to Melbourne – festivals and concerts are also starting to come back to life. Melbourne on the Move will be providing official event transportation services to the 2021 SummerSalt music festival on the 20th and 21st of February in Mornington – which will feature some big names like The Cat Empire, The Teskey Brothers and John Butler.
In preparation for what is sure to be a magnificent event that will truly capture the essence of summer – we’ve decided to run through some basic festival etiquette rules that should be followed so everyone can have a good time. Additionally, we’ll also be looking at some of the COVIDSafe practices that SummerSalt will be implementing – let’s dive right in shall we?
Midnight Oil will be returning to the big stage this March after the band’s and nation’s long hiatus from live music. The Aussie legends will be playing five shows across Australia expressly to shine a light on The Uluru Statement From The Heart and elevate people’s awareness on the displacement of First Nations people and the theft of their land. Of course, this tour includes a show at Mt Duneed Estate in Victoria on the 20th of March where they’ll be bringing the humble tour to a close. Melbourne on the Move is proud to be providing event transportation services to the Oil’s show in Geelong. So, to celebrate the return of live music we thought we’d take a closer look at the band’s latest release and the profound message and impact that’s driving this tour.
With Victoria’s restrictions having eased – paving the way towards a normal life once more – it’s time to start planning that dream wedding you’ve been fantasising about. With countless wedding venues across the state, it can be hard to narrow it down, which is why we’ve done all the hard work for you. Our wedding bus hire service has enabled us to observe countless incredible wedding venues – so here are our top six picks for wineries that make exquisite wedding locales.
A Day On The Green is a widely recognised Australian music festival and one that has delivered timeless greats year after year. We’re proud to provide official event transportation services to this iconic Aussie festival – and, to show our love during these transitional times, we thought we’d take a look back at a few of the incredible line-ups that have blessed the festival’s stage over the last decade.
Melbourne on the Move is proud to be providing event transportation services for Under The Southern Stars music festival this April 11th at the Hastings Foreshore Reserve in Mornington. The stellar lineup will see three of the 90’s biggest post-grunge bands play on the bill for the first time ever in Australia – Bush, Stone Temple Pilots and Live. For today’s blog, we thought we’d take you back to the 90s and early 2000s to explore the strange genre that is post-grunge.
As the year progresses, we move closer to one of our favourite music festivals – A Day on the Green. Melbourne on the Move will be providing official event transportation services and we can’t wait to get stuck into the great music and atmosphere. To get you all psyched up for A-Ha’s Rochford Wines show with Rick Astley, we’ve decided to take a look at five things you probably didn’t know about the Norwegian 80s icons – as well as two things about the superstar that’ll never give you up, Rick Astley.
Melbourne on the Move is proud to announce that we’ll be providing the official event transportation services for the Mornington Peninsula Blues Festival on the 8th of February. The festival is in its second year after experiencing huge success last year. This year promises to be even bigger with a fantastic lineup of Aussie blues artists such as Lloyd Spiegel and the Ray Beadle & Darren Jack Band. Before the event kicks off, though, we thought we’d take a look at the origins of blues music. The genre of music has had such an illustrious history, but its origins are just as interesting as the music itself.
The annual Red Hot Summer Tour is coming back next January for its 10th anniversary! And to celebrate, they’ve got a special lineup of Aussie legends such as The Angels, James Reyne, The Living End, Killing Heidi, Baby Animals and Boom Crash Opera! For today’s blog, though, we’re just going to be concentrating on the headline act – Hunters and Collectors. This iconic Australian rock band has enjoyed commercial success across Australia during their 20+ year career. Seeing as Melbourne On The Move will be handling the event transportation services – we thought we’d take a look at six things you probably didn’t know about the band!
Sir Elton John is one of the most well-known and distinguished musicians of the last few decades. His repertoire includes instantaneously recognisable hit pop songs, musicals and collaborations with a variety of musicians. With the recent release of his biopic – John’s music and story has reached an even larger and newer audience. Sir Elton John will be returning to Australia’s shores for the last time in December to play at Mt Duneed Estate in Geelong – in which Melbourne on the Move will be proudly providing event transportation services for. To help you get pumped for the event, we’ve compiled a few facts about one of Britain’s Knights that you may not have known about.