Friday Night Livestream
Welcome to the FIRST Friday Night Livestream in person @ Phoenix Youth Centre!
Featuring Velvet Bloom with support from Tabloid TV Darlings and Bowlos
This event is for young people 12 to 18 years old, and is fully supervised, drug, alcohol and smoking free!
Tickets are free for young people 12 to 18 years old and can be booked before or on the door.
Get tickets here
Important event information:
- Strictly no drugs, alcohol, smoking or vaping
- No pass-outs
- All bags will be checked
- Large bags will be cloaked
- Free water
- Pizza available for a gold coin donation
Velvet Bloom is a neo-soul, alternative-pop and jazz-rock music project with ballad style vocals. The project is fronted and founded by Maddy Herbert, she performs solo and with different variations of her live band “The Vito Collective”. In their time of performing together as ‘Velvet Bloom’ they have released seven singles, been a part of four tours and they’ve supported countless musicians. Some notable acts that they have performed with include Great Gable, Dulcie, Death By Denim, The Mamas, The Grogans, Teenage Dads, Kim Churchill and many more. In 2019, Velvet Bloom’s song ‘Teach Ya’ won Listen Up Music Org’s national competition for ‘Songs That Heal’. In 2020, lead vocalist Maddy Herbert was a part of the MIME mentoring program through Box Hill Institute and was mentored by Kylie Auldist.
Tabloid TV Darlings
Beginning in 2019, the then 15-year-olds, Tabloid TV Darlings, began playing music with each other in their Melbourne school’s music centre, quickly finding themselves with a gig at a house party and a unique sound they were all curious to build upon in future. Their dissonant-melodic sound and punk-rock attitude, reminiscent of 90s grunge, landed them shows with local-legend bands such as The Belair Lip Bombs, Stiff Richards, and Civic.
The result of childhood friendships and chance encounters, bowlos are an indie-rock band from Naarm/Melbourne. The Footscray based four-piece draw influence from the wests bustling indie scene, life experience and friendship to make electric music that combines elements of indie, rock, folk and country. Sonically, the band look to influences from a collection of musicians including Blur, Courtney Barnett, Joy Division, Stella Donnelly and DMA’s.
Friday, 25 November 2022 | 06:00 PM
- 09:00 PM
Phoenix Youth Centre, 72 Buckley Street, Footscray, 3011, View Map