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Drive Live 2019


Monday 4 February 2019 - Friday 8 February 2019

Coming Soon

PBS 106.7 FM’s blistering live-to-air juggernaut Drive Live returns to the airwaves for its ninth instalment, cracking open the doors for a scorching line-up of FREE live sets from Melbourne’s finest purveyors of punk, funk, soul, hip-hop, hardcore and everything in between.

The free series of in-studio performances feature three acts performing from Studio 5 live each night, and offers audiences a power-packed peek into a live-to-air studio broadcast.

Held Monday February 4th to Friday February 8th from 5 to 7pm each day, catch some extraordinary underground outfits and top-tier superstars blasting live from the PBS HQ. As usual, the line-up speaks for itself!

Monday, Feb 4 - Headhunters

Tuesday, Feb 5 - Mixing Up The Medicine
Suss Cunts

Wednesday, Feb 6 - The Afterglow
Ainslie Wills
Oh Pep!
The Public Opinion Afro Orchestra

Thursday, Feb 7 - Fang It!
Private Function
Ute Root

Friday, Feb 8 - Stone Love *BOOKED OUT!*
Sampa The Great
Tek Tek Ensemble
Empat Lima
Plus Evelyn Ida Morris playing live in the studio between bands

All music lovers are welcome to attend but space to each show is limited and RSVPs are essential. PBS members will be given priority booking plus members will receive a free Mountain Goat beer on arrival.

To get your name on the door, follow the link HERE.

Artwork by Jase Harper.

Drive Live is part of our month long Performer Drive. Sign up as a performer member in February and go in the draw to win a long list of prizes. For more details hit the link here.

Drive Live is proudly presented by PBS 106.7FM with the support of APRA AMCOS, Beat Magazine and Mountain Goat.

We would like to acknowledge that this event takes place on the land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. We acknowledge elders of this land, past, present and emerging.

This is a Bandmates Victoria friendly event. PBS is a wheelchair accessible venue. To access the station, please call the station on 8415 1067 to gain access via the back door.

Funk & Soul Electronic & Hip Hop Rock & Indie Hard 'n' Heavy World

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