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Renee Geyer and You Am I To Perform During Melbourne Music Week

by Paul Cashmere on September 20, 2018

in News,Noise Pro

Renee Geyer will celebrate the disco era with Kylie Auldist and Chelsea Wilson while You Am I will wrap themselves around The Grand Organ during Melbourne Music Week in November.

Geyer, Audlist and Wilson will present The Bad Girls Disco. It is just one of the events revealed today ahead of the big Melbourne Music Week unveiling on October 2.

Renee was at her disco peak in 1981 with the hit ‘Say I Love You’.

You Am I will make their Melbourne Music Week debut with a performance at the Melbourne Town Hall. You Am I will incorporate the iconic The Grand Organ into their performance.

Councillor Rohan Leppert, Chair of the City of Melbourne’s Arts, Culture and Heritage portfolio said, “MMW has a history of transforming Melbourne landmarks into live music venues. The choice of ACMI as our 2018 Hub aligns with our mission to create a unique event that supports and celebrates Melbourne’s thriving music industry.”

Melbourne Music Week is on November 16-24, 2018.

Tickets are on sale now via www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/mmw

Melbourne Music Week first announcement

Friday 16 November
Hub Show – Heaps Gay Reverie: Opening Night

Saturday 17 November
Hub Show – Jeff Mills + Matt Radovich + ACM ++ co-presented with Stable Music
Blue Black Beatz at Melbourne Immigration Museum

Sunday 18 November
Hub Show – Big Fish Little Fish: Family Rave
Hub Show – Rival Consoles + LEON VYNEHALL + Kate Miller ++ presented by MMW
Town Hall Show – You Am I + New War

Monday 19 November
Hub Show – Ainslie Wills + Gretta Ray + Angie McMahon ++ co-presented with Hear Hear Group
LEON VYNEHALL at Melbourne Recital Centre

Tuesday 20 November
Hub Show – Bad Girls Disco: Renee Geyer + Kylie Auldist + Chelsea Wilson ++

Wednesday 21 November
Hub Show – Gilles Peterson + Swooping Duck + Mandarin Dreams ++ co-presented with Crown Ruler

Thursday 22 November
Hub Show – Straight Arrows + Summer Flake + Sarah Mary Chadwick ++ co-presented with Rice is Nice

Friday 23 November
Hub Show – DJ Seinfeld + Andy Garvey + Andras ++ co-presented with WAT Artists and Hardware

Saturday 24 November
Hub Show – Nadia Rose + Eprom + Mark Pritchard ++ co-presented with The Operatives

Melbourne Music Week will reveal the complete 2018 program on Tuesday October 2.

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