As the weather starts to cool down this May, cosy up with Co-Ground at The Wesley Anne for a magical night of folky goodness featuring some of the best folk acts in Melbourne - with all proceeds going to fund grassroots education and livelihood programs in Asia Pacific.
For those who like things a little more laid back and melancholic, a bit quirky, or if you fancy a bit of brass with your folk - this one's for you.
The Bean Project
From the eastern suburbs of Melbourne come The Bean Project, a vibrant French horn-clad acoustic duo blending the raw untreated sounds of folk, jazz and singer-songwriter styles with fresh and unique songwriting - most aptly described as 'the odd marriage of Cake, City and Color and Kings of Convenience'
Divinely vintage vocals, honeyed harmonies and charming tales, Susy Blue combines alt-folk, cabaret and pop.
Charm of Finches
Charm of Finches are Melbourne sisters Mabel and Ivy Windred-Wornes. Described as "dream folk" for lovers of soulful, intelligent acoustic music, the sisters drown their audiences in angelic harmonies and lyrics which lilt between melancholy and whimsy.
Khristian Mizzi is an artist known for his powerful original songs and his intimate live performances. Mizzi’s songs explore humanity, social injustice, and hope, inspiring and enlivening audiences wherever he plays.
From a small bedroom in Melbourne's eastern suburbs emerges indie-folk duo, Someday June. The pair specialise in subtle, satisfying harmonies that embroider moody and unique melodies, drawing influence from melodic craftsmen and women like Paul Dempsey and Daughter.
Great music, great raffle prizes for a greater cause!
Pre Sale: $12