The Live at the Bowl first line-up includes artists such as Birds of Tokyo, Carl Cox, Daryl Braithwaite, Hannah Gadsby, Human Nature, Lime Cordiale, Maddy Jane, Missy Higgins, Northeast Party House, Ocean Alley, Sampa The Great, Slowly Slowly and many more.
Sidney Myer Music Bowl announce a swag of 2021 shows
The 2021 live music resurgence is well and truly underway with flagship Melbourne venue, the Sidney Myer Music Bowl leading the way having today announced a swag of 2021 open-air performances.
Starting from January 2021 the SMMB will be back in action with Live at the Bowl, a COVIDSafe summer festival comprising more than 40 performances by artists, musicians and comedians celebrating the return of live events and providing crucial work for all sectors of the live event industry.
“It’s beyond exciting to me that the live music scene is opening up again; I’ve really missed it. Starting 2021 off by playing at one of the most iconic Melbourne venues is going to be pretty special. I can’t wait,” says Missy Higgins.
For this series, the Sidney Myer Music Bowl will see a reduced capacity audience in a physically distanced environment. All events, even free ones, will be ticketed with a maximum of 3,000 visitors permitted at any one time – making up 25% of the venue’s regular capacity.
The venue will also sport “purpose-built and environmentally-mindful private decks” on the main lawn for groups of 4 – 6 people known to each other. Explains a press release, “These decks must be purchased as a whole deck which includes one chair per guest and one bar table. The stalls will be modified to include five tiered levels fitted with tables to seat either pairs or groups of four. The two side balconies will also be available for those who wish to attend an event solo or with a guest.”
Live at the Bowl Series
8 January – Welcome Ceremony & Concert with Spinifex Gum featuring Marliya Choir, Felix Riebl, Ollie McGill and Emma Donovan
9 January – Human Nature
10 January – Piknic Électronik
14 January – Melbourne Youth Orchestra
15 January – Soju Gang
16 January – Mo’Ju with Orchestra Victoria (co-presented as part of Melbourne Music Week–Extended)
17 January – Teeny Tiny Stevies
21 January – Ocean Alley with special guests Slowly Slowly, Maddy Jane and The Grogans
22 January – Birds of Tokyo with Melbourne Symphony Orchestra
23 January – Birds of Tokyo with Melbourne Symphony Orchestra
24 January – Piknic Électronik: Carl Cox & Eric Powell’s Mobile Disco
26 January – Share The Spirit Festival
27 January – Missy Higgins with special guests Busby Marou
29 January – MSO: The Faun and The Firebird (as part of free concert series)
30 January – Sun Cycle Festival
4 February – Lime Cordiale
5 February – Running Touch ft. Northeast Party House (DJ Set), Kult Kyss and Adult Art Club
6 February – MSO: Mambo! Dancing across the centuries (as part of free concert series)
10 February – MSO: Spanish Harlem (as part of free concert series)
12 February – Rock The Bowl: Daryl Brathwaite + Jon Stevens + The Black Sorrows + Darlinghurst
13 February – Melbourne Symphony Orchestra: Chinese New Year
14 February – Vika & Linda
17 February – Hannah Gadsby with Zoë Coombs Marr and many more
21 February – Piknic Électronik
13 March – Sampa The Great
21 March – Zelman Memorial Symphony Orchestra
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