Melbourne Cricket Ground To Host A Music Festival -
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Melbourne Cricket Ground To Host A Music Festival

by Paul Cashmere on October 10, 2016

in News

Melbourne Cricket Ground will be home to the Love Live Music at the G music festival in November.

Love Live Music at the G is part of Melbourne Music Week.

The event will be headlined by The Delta Riggs with a main stage performance from Pierce Brothers.

Melbourne Cricket Club CEO Stephen Gough said the club was thrilled to open up the ground and offer Melburnians an exciting new live music experience.

“The MCG has hosted a range of world-class performers over the years, from Madonna to the Rolling Stones, but this is the first time the wider stadium has transformed into an interactive music festival.”

“We encourage Melburnians to come and be a part of this unique music experience – enjoying a range of musical genres at the same time as exploring a range of otherwise off-limits MCG locations.”

The full line-up will include Woodlock, The Pretty Littles, The Vanns, Masco Sound System, Gema Rose Bruce, Reuben Stone, Harrison Storm, Maya, Brooke Taylor, Coby Grant, James Franklin Band, Hugo Bladel and The Mad Hatters.

2500 tickets will be available for the event.

Love Live Music at the G is on Sunday, November 13, 2016.



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