Summer Sessions – Fruit Tree Magic, Hazel Ray & Jack Jones

Live music makes a big comeback this summer with a series of outdoor events in Victory Park.
Latrobe Performing Arts Centre presents ‘Summer Sessions’ a way to welcome you back to after a long time away.  These free family friendly events will feature Gippsland’s finest musicians, many who took to the stage during our popular LPA Online series.  You can expect to see a blend of folk, rock, pop, country and bluegrass in a laid-back setting with some very special guests by popular demand!
Bring a takeaway dinner from one of Traralgon’s many nearby restaurants and eateries, pack a picnic rug and chair, and cap off your weekend with live music in the lush surrounds of Victory Park.
Act 1: Fruit Tree Magic
Fruit Tree Magic are Chris Watkins, Zac Godwin, and Miles Eddy. The Fruity Trees are an Australian band originating from Latrobe Valley. While hard to define genre-wise, the band could be loosely described as psychedelic punk. They are currently preparing to release their debut album ‘There’s Not a Lot That I Remember’ which was recorded independently during the first stage of 2020’s lockdown.
Act 2: Hazel Ray
Hazel Ray has been making music as long as she can remember, as a child she found her place amongst the melodies of her parent’s record collection, and the rest, as they say, is history. Her lyrics, written with purpose, are designed to reach those who need to hear them most. Providing her listeners a place to connect, and even a place to heal.
Act 3: Jack Jones
Jack Jones has entertained audiences across Australia and the globe. Armed with a guitar this singer, song writer is praised for his vocal ability by fans and musical peers alike. Jack has enjoyed success in not only Australia but also internationally, respected as one of Australia iconic musicians with over 20 years of critically adored music under his belt he returns to Australia.
To comply with COVID-19 requirements we ask that attendees check in with a QR code and maintain a distance of at least 1.5m from other groups.
QR Code Tracing Registration points will be stationed at main entry points to the park for patrons to register their attendance.

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