Sacred Heart Mission is excited to confirm the final lineup for our special annual fundraiser, Heart of St Kilda Concert, at the Palais Theatre, St Kilda on Tuesday, 6 September:
Ross Wilson, Judith Lucy, Red Symons, Ella Hooper, Paul Dempsey, Jimeoin, The Rebelles, Deborah Conway with Clare Bowditch and Maddy and Memphis Kelly, and Jeff Green, will join Russell Morris, Kutcha Edwards, Shane Howard, Olympia, The Umbilical Brothers, The Meltdown, Rebecca Barnard and Billy Miller with the Caravan Choir and Melbourne Tap.
Now in its ninth year, this highlight of the Melbourne live music and comedy calendar attracts Australia’s finest musicians and comedians. The show will once again be MC’ed by Brian Nankervis.
Events coordinator Sara Harrington said that all artists are donating their time to a cause that last year raised a whopping $79,000 for the Mission’s Meals Program to feed nearly 20,000 people in need.
The Mission serves over 160,000 meals each year from our dining hall in Grey Street, St Kilda and proceeds from this year’s concert will continue this work.
Larry Ponting, Wal Bishop OAM, Palais Theatre CEO Neil Croker and St Kilda local and performer Brian Nankervis, have been curating and producing the Heart of St Kilda Concert from the very beginning. Their vision was to create an event to support the work of the Sacred Heart Mission, a vital service within the community. It is a totally unique, celebratory night of entertainment for the whole family, featuring a wide variety of high profile and up and coming artists, raising funds for a vital cause.
Don’t miss out on this huge night of entertainment and give a helping hand to this great cause.
Sacred Heart Mission’s Heart of St Kilda Concert - helping feed those in need.
TICKETS ON SALE NOW!
HEART OF ST KILDA CONCERT
TUESDAY 6 SEPTEMBER, 2016
PALAIS THEATRE, LOWER ESPLANADE, ST KILDA
Ticketmaster: 136 100 or www.ticketmaster.com.au
A-Reserve $99.00; B-Reserve $79.00
For an easy and convenient way to get to the concert, take tram numbers 16 and 96 to Stop 138 outside the Palais Theatre.