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Pevan and Sarah
Saturday 11 November 4 pm
Pevan & Sarah are Melbourne’s hottest music act for kids. A cuddly tiger with all the moves paired with his best friend Sarah, the musical pocket-rocket make for a highly energetic and engaging show that is not to be missed.
Saturday 11 November 5 pm
Tim Credible is one the most popular family entertainers in Melbourne. Tim Credible performs a dynamic, interactive, comedy magic show that will have young and old amazed and laughing out loud. Tim Credible also brings along some friends to help entertain. “Douzie the Dragon” preforms a comedy magic routine, while “Ace the Toy Poodle” performs to music and loves a pat after the show. Tim Credible the Magician and his partner Kikkii the Klown own Trick or Treat a Magic party venue and magic school based at kids space indoor play centre – Epping.
The Animals of the Magical Mountains
Saturday 11 November 6 pm
Come on a journey full of singing and dancing and adventure with Wozza from Australia and his eight Australian animal friends (and a gum tree named Breanna!)
More detail and images at http://magicalmountains.com.au/
The Gami Gami Devils
Saturday 11 November 7.15 pm
The Gami Gami Devils are a Melbourne based six piece band covering the genre of Country(ish) and Blues(ish). They have a unique style and perform originals and covers, some with a “Gami twist”. Their band members play a variety of instruments including guitar( acoustic and slide) , banjo, double bass, drums, harmonica and lagerfone. The band’s aim is to not only play music, but also provide a “show” to engage with the audience and ensure all have fun and enjoyment.
Current band members are Michael Wentworth-Bell, John Longley, James Eynaud, Mark Cooper, Patrick Devine, Michael Dunleavy, and Megan Longley.
The Woodville Trio
Sunday 12 November 11 am
The Woodville Trio are an experienced acoustic trio who perform a mix of contemporary covers and original music. They perform regularly at various bars and private functions across Victoria.
Andy Layfield and the Sound
Sunday 12 November 1 pm
Andy Layfield and ‘The Sound’ are an electrifying four piece band presenting a montage of contemporary and eclectic original ‘Blues and Groove with Vibe’.
Greg Champion & the Useful Members of Society
Sunday 12 November 3 pm
These four ‘lads’ play 60s & 70s rock, with moments of 40s and ‘cabaret -country’ thrown in.
Blending comedy banter and non-standard rock classics, Greg Champion & The Useful Members of Society bring Melbourne music legends to your stage, providing a classic Rock show with a happy style and a smile.
Mia Hamilton Saturday 11 November 2 pm
Mia Hamilton – From Eltham College, Mia Hamilton is a 17 year old singer/songwriter from Warrandyte. Mia has been composing her own music for about 5 years, has performed at the Warrandyte Festival and had some of her music previewed on Triple J unearthed
Frank Dixon Saturday 11 November 2 pm
Frank Dixon – At just 18, Frank already has won the Australian U18 Singer Songwriter Awards twice (at 12 and 15 years old), has written music with Grammy Award winning artists and Eurovision star Isaiah Firebrace, has won the best song at the LA short film festival and has released lots of songs to iTunes and so much more. Frank is known for his wonderful compositions and flowing musicianship.
Saturday 11 November Battle of the Bands 3.30 pm
3.30 pm – Minor Hiccup
Minor Hiccup was established in 2017 by Devlin Stewart and Ceyda Demir as a part of their VET music studies at Eltham College. They have already performed at Eltham College Club VET, Eltham College Open Day, Panton Hill Pub and entertained their peers at lunchtime performances at Eltham College’s senior café.
4.15 pm – Mr. S
Mr S consists of Mia Hamilton (vocals, keys), Koray Demir (Guitar) and Reuben Hawkes (Drums). The band formed in 2016 as part of their VET Music studies at Eltham College. Since forming they have performed regularly at Eltham events and have also performed at the Panton Hill Hotel
5.00 pm – Centralia
An alternative metal band from north eastern Melbourne featuring Nick Mason, Jimmy Foster, James McAllister, Jesse Cole and Marcus Brown.
5.45 pm – Second Wave
Second wave is a 5-piece all girl band who have been together for nearly three years. Since their formation in 2015, they have used their weekly after school rehearsals to build up their repertoire and prepare for a variety of performances. Overtime the band has continued to experiment with their musical style also composing and performing both original and covered songs.
6.30 pm – One more weekend
One More Weekend were formed in early March 2015 in Melbourne’s Eastern suburbs and includes frontman Connor Dougan on lead vocals and rhythm guitar, Leith Dougan on Bass, Tim Aslett on lead guitar and Paul Healey on Drums. With a passion for getting reckless and having fun, they are always up for an adventure!
Saturday 11 November Headliner – 7.15 pm
7.15 pm – Watercolour
Watercolour is a young, eight piece alternative rock band originating from the northern suburbs of Melbourne. The band was formed by guitarist, Noah Churches and pianist, Lachlan Phipps after meeting when they were home schooled. The pair soon recruited many friends and the band quickly became heavily involved in their local community of young artists. Through the few years that the group have been performing together, a unique sound has been born from the collision of a multitude of instruments played by individually skilled members. Whilst gaining experience performing live, Watercolour have had a number of local successes including:
Eltham Festival Battle of the Bands, First Place, 2015
Nillumbik Push Start Battle of the Bands, First Place, 2016
Northern Metro Region Finals – Push Start Comp, First Place, 2016
The band released an EP, Radio Pool, in March 2017