Ross Wilson and Kate Ceberano will head to Cheltenham Secondary College on 27 October for a fundraiser for an outdoor music room/amphitheatre for use of the school students and community groups.
Head of Music at the college Lisa Maxwell-Cripps is spearheading the project for the amphitheatre which will also be a memorial to the late Paul Gray of Wa Wa Nee. “We wanted to also honour our dear friend Paul Gray from 80s band Wa Wa Nee and Musical Director to the stars, by building a memorial for him. Paul passed away recently after a long battle with Myeloma,” Lisa said.
“All proceeds go towards the building of this project and when completed, the space will also be available to our wider community of young people and youth groups for use after hours. It will be a place for young people to come together through music for generations to come.”
Also performing will be John Kenny (The Rockmelons), Scott Carne (Kids In The Kitchen) and Mack Moses (from The Voice), and young indie artists Franjapan, Sarah Rzek and Mother Culture, with an all-star house band featuring Ben Cripps (Human Nature, David Campbell), Nik Pringadi (Boy George, Tina Arena, Belinda Carlisle), Jeff Consi (The Badloves), Gods of Guitar Phil Ceberano, Steve Williams (Wa Wa Nee) and Christian Meyer.
Sunday, October 27th
“The Outdoor Room Extravaganza” – All ages
Ross Wilson + Kate Ceberano + Scott Carne + John Kenny + Mack Moses + Franjapan + Sarah Rzek + Mother Culture
Cheltenham Secondary College Oval, 73 Bernard St, Cheltenham
Tickets: $25 (Concession & Students 12+ GA); $50 (Adult GA); $120 (Family pass GA – 2 Adults, 2 Children); $80/$100/$120 (VIP) trybooking.com