Christmas is just around the corner and with it comes some show-stopping seasonal entertainment. This December, Australia’s widely adored Motown and Blue-eyed soul group, Human Nature, will present a spectacular Jukebox and Christmas show. The group will perform songs from Jukebox, Motown, Christmas, original hits and more, while also being joined by special guests, Kate Cebrano and Bonnie Anderson. To make the most of what’s sure to be a joyous and memorable event, we’ve prepared a handy guide which covers everything you need to know for Human Nature’s Jukebox and Christmas Concert.
This summer, disco fever greats KC & The Sunshine Band, Village People and Sister Sledge will unite for a legendary Australian tour. With five national shows, all artists will perform with full bands, including KC & The Sunshine Band’s impressive 15-piece outfit. To help you prepare for what’s sure to be a spectacular event, we’ve created a guide which includes information on the Victorian shows, what to bring and how to get there.
The Rugby League World Cup is Rugby League’s top international competition and one of the longest running World Cup tournaments in world sport. This November, the Rugby League World Cup comes to Melbourne to play the quarter final at our iconic Melbourne Rectangular Stadium. To make the most of this spectacular day, we have prepared a guide which includes the history of the Rugby League World Cup, information about the day and advice on getting there.
Since it was established back in 1855, the AAMI Victoria Derby Day has maintained a reputation as one of the most prestigious events on the Spring Racing Calendar. Known as one of the more sophisticated events on the Spring Racing Calendar, Derby Day combines the elegance of traditional racing with modern attractions such as live entertainment and Fashions on the Field. In this week’s blog, we share everything you need to know about the day, the food, fashion and entertainment highlights, as well as our raceday tips.
Imagine spending a weekend on the stunning Mornington Peninsula with friends, hopping between wineries, cideries and breweries to enjoy live music and a tasting some of the best tipple the Peninsula has to offer. If this sounds like your idea of a good weekend, then the new Peninsula VineHop Festival should be on your Spring festival bucket list. In this fun festival weekend, you will have the opportunity to visit ten of the Peninsula’s finest breweries, wineries and cideries to discover where all the magic happens. To help prepare you for this spectacular weekend, we’ve prepared a handy guide which includes what the festival is all about, what to bring and how to get around.
“I totally believe in magic. Because my life, I think, has been very magic, and magical things have come true for me time after time after time.” – Stevie Nicks
Released in 1976, Fleetwood Mac’s album Rumours took the world by storm. Its interpretation of pop through acoustic and electric instruments paved the way for new ways of thinking and being in the post-free love era marked by the Vietnam War, The Watergate Scandal, and the beginnings of the digital revolution. But for many, what really stood out on this album was Stevie Nicks. Dancing wildly, loosely, and yet entirely harmoniously, Nicks had only just begun blazing a trail across the American music scene. In this article, we’ll be delving deeper into the legacy of Stevie Nicks, and why she is loved by so many people.
One of Australia’s most iconic rock bands, Midnight Oil surprised fans in February of this year when they announced their first world tour in over two decades. Since mid-April, the group has been travelling around the globe and playing live gigs at some of the world’s top musical venues. In October, Midnight Oil will return to play the last gigs of their “Great Circle 2017 World Tour” on Australian soil.
On November 4th, Midnight Oil will perform at Victoria’s beautiful Hanging Rock Reserve. To help you prepare for this memorable event, we’ve prepared a helpful guide which includes what to know, what to bring and how to ensure you make the most of this momentous musical experience.
Wacky and weirdly wonderful, Elton John remains one of the most well known names in pop music to this day. He emerged as the king of radio in the 1970s, from sensitive ballads to grungy, glam rocker style hits, to everything in between. Elton has spent the past 50 years building one of the most unique repertoires in pop music industry. In this article, we’ve put together a list of some of his most iconic tunes, from Tiny Dancer to Goodbye Yellow Brick Road.
Groovin The Moo has been a much loved event on the Victorian festival circuit for almost 10 years. Since 2009, huge international acts such as Vampire Weekend, De La Soul and Disclosure have graced the stage at Bendigo’s Prince of Wales Showground, delighting crowds from all over Victoria. This year’s festival, on May 6th, is expected to be just as big, with an impressive selection of international, national and Melbourne-based bands on the bill, as well as festival extras like gourmet food trucks and market stalls. To help you get ready for the big day, we’ve prepared a handy festival guide including must see acts, what you’ll need to bring, and how to keep your energy levels up throughout the day.
Although we’re heading further into Autumn, there are still a huge array festivals and events taking place throughout Melbourne and Greater Victoria. If you consider yourself a bit of a food and wine connoisseur, you’ll want to check out the inaugural Yarra Valley Wine and Food Festival, set to take place on the first weekend of April at the beautiful Rochford Wines. We’ve prepared a list of key highlights from the festival, so you can plan which delectable delights to sample first.