Live music

Main stage program

  • 10am Eltham College Choirs
  • 10.40am Catholic Ladies College Choir
  • 11am Welcome to Country and smoking ceremony
  • 11.30am Djirri Djirri
  • 12pm 100% Renewables Strategy Launch with Clean Energy Nillumbik
  • 12.30pm Shane French
  • 1.15pm Sisters and Misters
  • 2.30pm Mal Webb and Kylie Morrigan
  • 3.45pm Wasted Potential (local youth act)

Acoustic stage program

Acoustic music in the garden below Cafe Eden. Open Mic from 2pm. Bring your instrument and add your name to the chalkboard.

  • 11am Shane French
  • 12.30pm Lucy Wise
  • 2pm Open mic

Artist profiles

Sisters and Misters
A fabulous Melbourne mass vocal group. The majority of these people, not only have never sung in public, but also have had no previous singing experience. Sisters and Misters is lead by Irene Bennetts.
Mal Webb and Kylie Morrigan

Vocal adventurer, multi-instrumentalist and looping beatboxing songwriter Mal sings his brain provoking songs while Kylie provides violin and voice in a perfect balance to Mal’s nutsness.

Shane French

Shane writes music about personal stuff, politics, the environment and societal issues, as well as the odd song about 'nothing in particular'. He draws inspiration from artists such as Ani Difranco, Paul Kelly, Midnight Oil, Tracy Chapman, Sinaed O’connor, P J Harvey, Newton Faulkner and Bob Dylan, and a dash of Billy Bragg.

Lucy Wise
Hailing from the far South Western corner of Australia, singer-songwriter Lucy Wise has delighted audiences across Australia, New Zealand and the UK with her unique blend of folk, chamber and pop music combined with masterful storytelling and a soulful voice. Drawing inspiration from her background in Appalachian and Celtic folk music, Lucy’s songs sketch universally recognisable stories that are grounded the realities of everyday experience.