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The pop-rock band Boom Crash Opera formed in early 1985. The group includes Dale Ryder on lead vocals; Peter ‘Maz’ Maslen on drums, percussion and vocals; Greg O’Connor on keyboards and guitar; and from 1992 Ian Tilley on bass guitar and vocals. Boom Crash Opera are known for albums such as Boom Crash Opera, These Here Are Crazy Times and Fabulous Beast. Their renowned singles include ‘Great Wall’, ‘Hand Up in the Air’, ‘Onion Skin’ and ‘Gimme’. Shaun Kirk SATURDAY 9 MAY 2015 Roy Dore Reserve, Carrum Join us under the big top for a day of Australia’s top country, bluegrass and rockabilly artists including Boom Crash Opera, Jason Singh, Fiona Boyes & The Fortune Tellers and Lachlan Bryan and the Wildes at Roy Dore Reserve on Saturday 9 May. Now in its ninth year, Kingston’s Harvest Festival marks the celebration of the autumn harvest. Dating back to British- Saxon times, harvest celebrations were held when the success of a crop governed the lives of people and communities. With so much on offer, Harvest Festival has something for the whole family including non-stop music, fresh food and cooking demonstrations in the Harvest Kitchen, sustainable workshops in the Green Hub, market stalls, delicious locally produced food, licensed bar and amusement rides. GIG GUIDE MORE INFO Music 11AM Jiggy Ink 12PM The Recycled String Band 1PM Liz Stringer 2PM The Stetson Family 3PM The Distance 4PM Miss Quincey 5PM Raised By Eagles 6PM Lachlan Bryan and the Wildes 6.45PM Official Welcome from the Mayor 7PM Fiona Boyes & The Fortune Tellers 8PM Jason Singh 9PM Boom Crash Opera GREEN HUB Harvest tchen See you there! 9 May, 11am - 10pm Roy Dore Reserve, Carrum Enter Roy Dore Reserve from Rigby St, off McLeod Road. Nepean Hwy and Mornington Peninsula Freeways are just five minutes away. Take the train to Carrum Station and walk along McLeod Rd to Rigby St (5mins) then along Rigby St to the festival (3 mins). The 708 bus runs every hour from Carrum Station/ McLeod Rd to Westley St (opposite Rigby St). Timetables are available at ptv.vic.gov.au Dogs or other animals are not permitted. BYO alcohol is not permitted. Learn about living sustainably at the Harvest Festival Green Hub! After its huge success last year, Green Hub returns to Harvest Festival offering workshops, demonstrations and ideas on how to live more sustainably. With a wide range of workshops, the Green Hub is the one stop shop for you and your family to keep up to date with recent innovations in sustainable practices to live a better, greener life. Featuring three time Aria award nominees Boom Crash Opera Liz Stringer Lachlan Bryan and the Wildes The Distance Jason Singh JAM CAFÉ Up and coming local acts will grace the stage of the Harvest Festival Jam Café to bring you acoustic sets in an intimate setting. The Jam Café, offers emerging musicians the chance to showcase their performances to an enthusiastic crowd. If you are on the hunt for great new music or simply love the charm of acoustic sets, the Jam Café is a great place to soak up the relaxed atmosphere and enjoy quality tunes from local artists. The Harvest Kitchen will offer cooking demonstrations from some of the best local chefs to show you how easy it is to make delicious and nutritious meals at home. cityofkingston kingstoncc kingstonfestivals Limited edition FESTIVAL HOODIES $40 PROUDLY PRESENTED BY KINGSTON.VIC.GOV.AU/HARVEST Fiona Boyes & The Fortune Tellers

Transcript of GREEN HUB Harvest Kitchen

The pop-rock band Boom Crash Opera formed in early 1985. The group includes Dale Ryder on lead vocals; Peter ‘Maz’ Maslen on drums, percussion and vocals; Greg O’Connor on keyboards and guitar; and from 1992 Ian Tilley on bass guitar and vocals.

Boom Crash Opera are known for albums such as Boom Crash Opera, These Here Are Crazy Times and Fabulous Beast. Their renowned singles include ‘Great Wall’, ‘Hand Up in the Air’, ‘Onion Skin’ and ‘Gimme’.

Shaun Kirk

SATURDAY 9 MAY

2015

Roy Dore Reserve, CarrumJoin us under the big top for a day of Australia’s top country, bluegrass and rockabilly artists including Boom Crash Opera, Jason Singh, Fiona Boyes & The Fortune Tellers and Lachlan

Bryan and the Wildes at Roy Dore Reserve on Saturday 9 May.

Now in its ninth year, Kingston’s Harvest Festival marks the celebration of the autumn harvest. Dating back to British-

Saxon times, harvest celebrations were held when the success of a crop governed the lives of people and communities.

With so much on offer, Harvest Festival has something for the whole family including non-stop music, fresh food and cooking demonstrations in the Harvest Kitchen, sustainable workshops

in the Green Hub, market stalls, delicious locally produced food, licensed bar and amusement rides.

GIG GUIDE

MORE INFO

Music11AM Jiggy Ink

12PM The Recycled String Band

1PM Liz Stringer

2PM The Stetson Family

3PM The Distance

4PM Miss Quincey

5PM Raised By Eagles

6PM Lachlan Bryan and the Wildes

6.45PM Official Welcome from the Mayor

7PM Fiona Boyes & The Fortune Tellers

8PM Jason Singh

9PM Boom Crash Opera

GREEN HUB Harvest Kitchen

See you there!9 May, 11am - 10pm

Roy Dore Reserve, Carrum

Enter Roy Dore Reserve from Rigby St, off McLeod Road. Nepean Hwy and Mornington Peninsula Freeways are just five minutes away.

Take the train to Carrum Station and walk along McLeod Rd to Rigby St (5mins) then along Rigby St to the festival (3 mins). The 708 bus runs every hour from Carrum Station/ McLeod Rd to Westley St (opposite Rigby St). Timetables are available at ptv.vic.gov.au

Dogs or other animals are not permitted. BYO alcohol is not permitted.

Learn about living sustainably at the Harvest Festival Green Hub!After its huge success last year, Green Hub returns to Harvest Festival offering workshops, demonstrations and ideas on how to live more sustainably.

With a wide range of workshops, the Green Hub is the one stop shop for you and your family to keep up to date with recent innovations in sustainable practices to live a better, greener life.Featuring three time Aria award nominees

Boom Crash Opera

Liz Stringer

Lachlan Bryan and the Wildes

The Distance

Jason Singh

JAM CAFÉUp and coming local acts will grace the stage of the Harvest Festival Jam Café to bring you acoustic sets in an intimate setting.

The Jam Café, offers emerging musicians the chance to showcase their performances to an enthusiastic crowd.

If you are on the hunt for great new music or simply love the charm of acoustic sets, the Jam Café is a great place to soak up the relaxed atmosphere and enjoy quality tunes from local artists.

The Harvest Kitchen will offer cooking demonstrations from some of the best local chefs to show you how easy it is to make delicious and nutritious meals at home.

cityofkingston

kingstoncc

kingstonfestivals

Limited edition FESTIVAL HOODIES

$40

PROUDLY PRESENTED BY

KINGSTON.VIC.GOV.AU/HARVEST

Fiona Boyes & The Fortune Tellers