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March: Fed Live with Dylan J

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Friday 18 March 2022
5pm - 9pm


Main Square




Lift access
Wheelchair accessible

Getting There

Prepare to get in the groove for this Fed Live.

Featuring the soulful stylings of Tyra Lewis; the smooth R&B beats and genre-blending progressive-pop sounds of Ghanian-Australian artist, Akosia; the warm, soaring, melancholic acoustic-rock poetry of Seb Szabo; and none other than pop-RNB sensation, Dylan J, as our headliner.

Don’t miss it.

Set times and line-up:

A black and white photo of Tyra Lewis singing into a mic with her eyes closed holding a guitar
Tyra Lewis


Tyra Lewis is a singer-songwriter who is based in Melbourne. She began her singing journey on Instagram captivating her viewers with acoustic covers from her own living room. Coming from her Tongan roots she has brought her soul presence into her music through her percussive guitar playing and smooth vocals. Integrating an influence of RnB and soul folk music she hopes to inspire others to embrace and reflect on their most vulnerable emotions.

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Seb Szabo


Fresh off a sold-out headliner at the Gasometer Hotel Bandroom and an appearance on Channel 7’s The Voice, Melbourne’s rising indie rocker Seb Szabo wasted no time taking 2021 by storm. Think Coldplay’s Chris Martin with a splash of Bruce Springsteen, Seb’s songwriting bursts with life and energy, blending cinematic indie rock with an intimate, magnetic stage presence to paint soaring, colourful portraits of life and love.

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Rarely do artists arrive as fully formed as Akosia. Australia’s new voice in contemporary soul-pop is starting her campaign in music with an intention and assured materiality that most artists spend decades cultivating. Akosia’s sonic inspirations seem somewhat limitless, sewn in the writings of Maya Angelou and Billy Chapata plus the music of Sade, Miles Davis and many more. The impact of the eclectic musical patchwork of influences can be felt in her work, which is as dynamic visually as it is sonically.

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Melbourne born singer, songwriter and rapper ‘Dylan Joel’ is blossoming. Coming off the back of his debut record and triple j feature album, ‘Authentic Lemonade’, as well as a string of national headline tours and sold out shows, supporting the likes of Jess Glynn, Ruel, Illy and many more, Dylan has now re-emerged with a refreshed sound and unwavering mission to continue to take risks and expand what it means to be an artist in todays climate.

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