Please note: this is a past event
We're keeping this page here for future reference.
Friday 6th of March, 2020,
- Riverlinks Eastbank - 70 Welsford Street, Shepparton
This is a free event
No bookings required.
- Riverlinks Box Office: 03 5832 9511
A collaboration of art, knowledge and culture.
All Pasts Lead to Now is a concert series that will feature a range of music, song, spoken word, dance and visuals that draws on the varied backgrounds of each artist.
The series has been crafted by Riverlinks and Multicultural Arts Victoria, as well as six local artists; Neil Morris, Mellisa Silaga, Aaron Stephanus, Ree Peric, Madi Colville Walker and Vincent Kitungano, who will help deliver the events.
- Doors Open & DJ at 6.00pm
- Live performances begin at 6.30pm
ARTISTS PERFORMING AT CONCERT TWO:
Concert two will be hosted by Ree Peric and features:
Madi is from a musical family, based in Moama. She's a Yorta Yorta singer, songwriter and musician who mainly focuses on indie and country styles.
Vince is a talented rapper and young writer who has grown up in Shepparton, surrounded by is Congolese family and community. He's had great experience on stage and has accompanied Baker Boy, Kian and Ruel on nation wide tours.
Silao has roots from the Pacific Islands, Samoa and Niue and currently resides in Melbourne. He's a singer who captures the heart, soul and musical essence of the Pacific interwoven through contemporary vocals and lyrics.
Titan is a social activist, rapper and music curator. He's a Melbourne hip-hop artist that works with the Sudanese and other communities, creating politically conscious hip-hop tracks, paving the way for Indigenous and Sudanese artists in Australia.
Fipe is a proud Samoan/German artist, entrepreneur, storyteller, activist and much more. She is the artistic director or Vaiusu Creator's Space in Melbourne and a founding member of Nuholani, a community of Polynesian dancers.
This project is proudly supported by Creative Victoria's Regional Partnerships program.