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Live music back with a bang at Kingston Arts

28 March 2022

Kingston’s live music scene is back in business and ready to rock with the launch of the annual Live at City Hall season at Kingston Arts.

Some of Australia’s premier music acts will take to the stage at the iconic Kingston City Hall in March and April including Regurgitator, Kate Cebrano, Rebel and more. 

Kingston Mayor Steve Staikos is encouraging people to get along and celebrate the return of live entertainment.

“Nothing beats the experience of live music and comedy, and we have a brilliant line up of acts ready to dazzle. Bring yourself, bring your friends and family – we can’t wait to see you!” Cr Staikos said.

Live at City Hall is set to ignite on Thursday 31 March, with Rebel, a live circus rock tribute to the original rebel David Bowie. Stage dive into the mosh pit for a night of live music, glittering glam rock, phenomenal acrobatics, and a spectacular heart-stopping sideshow. 

Other Live at City Hall events include:

The Melbourne International Comedy Festival pops in for a visit on Saturday 2 April, showcasing some of the biggest names in comedy alongside the country's best new talent. 

Indie rock band Regurgitator is set to rock on Friday 8 April. Still flooring it more than ever, the band offers a live performance packed with exuberance and their signature mashed-up motion of rock, punk, electro, funk and pop.

The fantastic Kate Ceberano performs on Saturday 23 April, with Kathleen Halloran, in an evening of pop, jazz and soul classics. Kate is a creative tour-de-force, possessing one of the great voices of her generation.

Tickets for all events are on sale now at https://www.kingstonarts.com.au

 

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