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Fed Square Live are hosting a series of all-ages, live music events throughout January that showcase some of Australia’s freshest talent.
On Thursday January 10 check out eight-piece Eagle And The Worm and the whimsical afrobeat of Oscar + Martin. Indie folk darlings The Paper Kites will perform with Vance Joy on Thursday January 17. Take it up a notch with some Aussie Hip hop on Australia Day with Diafrix an Chance Waters. And finally, dance your way to the end of the month with pop-rock Hungry Kids of Hungry and 2012 Unearthed High Winner, Asta, on January 31.
All gigs run from 6pm-7.30pm except for the Australia day gig, which is from 4.30pm-6.30pm. The chance to see talented, up-and-coming Australian musicians should not be missed.

 

Fed Square Live details

Address
Swanston St, Melbourne 3000

Telephone 03 9655 1900

Transport
Nearby Stations: Flinders Street

Price FREE
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Date 10 Jan 2013-31 Jan 2013

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