Thu 5 Feb 2015

On Sunday Feb 8th between 6-9pm Multicultural Arts Victoria present ReMastered Myths at St Kilda Festival, Catani Gardens.

ReMastered Myths is a wonderful project that brings together artists from Melbourne's diverse, multicultural communities with established contemporary musicians to form eclectic new musical hybrids.Performing at St Kilda Festival will be Grace Vanilau, Sietta, Sounds of Polynesia, Nhatty Man, Sinit Tsegay, David Marama and many more.

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The NGV St Kilda Road is presenting Summer Sundays – free bands and DJs every Sunday in Feb between 1pm and 7pm. The NGV Garden will be a stunning place to hears sets by Slum Sociable, World’s End Press, The Creases, Husky, Alpine and some of Melbourne’s best DJ’s.
NGV Summer Sundays is part of the Summersalt Festival.

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This month the Immigration Museum in Flinders St will be a great place to head to after work on Fridays.
‘Courtyard Cantina’ features pop up bars by Shebeen and Melbourne's own Sake Master, entertainment from a bunch of PBS DJs, and Street food from a range of exotic cuisines.
It happens every Friday in the courtyard of the Immigration Museum, 400 Flinders St between 5 and 8pm. It’s completely free, or you can explore the Immigration Museum and then check out Courtyard cantina for just 12 bucks.Stay tuned to PBS for an exclusive live broadcast from Courtyard Cantina between 5pm and 8pm on Friday February 27.

This week marks the conclusion of the annual Midsumma Festival, celebrating the arts, music and culture of Melbourne’s queer community. There’s still a bunch of events, exhibitions, gigs and performances happening around Melbourne, and still plenty of time to check out what’s going on.

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This Sunday you can help to ensure that one of the most extraordinary places on the planet stays protected for future generations.

The Barrier Reef Survival Party at the Gasometer Hotel in Collingwood on Sunday, features some great bands, headlined by Cactus Channel, doing their bit to raise funds and awareness about the threats to Australia’s great natural wonder.
It all kicks off at 3pm and runs through until midnight. festival PBS FM.jpg