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It’s time, Melbourne. We’re bringing live music back in 2022 – so get ready to get down to the Square, throw your hands in the air like you just don’t care, and get your boogie on to the best local live music.
From the multi-Grammy-nominated to the hottest in local independent music – Fed Live is here to celebrate the best of Melbourne’s live music scene.
Come join the party.
Melbourne-based, worldwide-beloved, thrice-Grammy-nominated Hiatus Kaiyote are headlining the launch of our 2022 Fed Live program. Some call their music “neo-soul,” others “future soul”; the band calls it, simply, wondercore. They’ll be supported by Ella Sweeney + Band, BUMPY and WILSN.
Discovery is Australia’s tribute to the music and image of French electro house legends, Daft Punk. Complete with authentic signature gold and silver robot helmets as well as an entertaining, party-vibe DJ set of their own produced remixes and mash ups, ‘Discovery’ ensure even the purest Daft Punk fan will be satisfied! They will be supported by DJ Andy Murphy.
For February we are partnering with Hunnydew Recordings who have curated a stellar lineup of musicians which includes a headlining spot from their signed artist Eliott. Eliott is being supported by Chris Lanzon, Stevan and GRAZER.
Melbourne born singer, songwriter and rapper Dylan J is blossoming. Coming off the back of his debut record and triple j feature album, ‘Authentic Lemonade’, Dylan has now re-emerged in 2021 with a refreshed sound and unwavering mission to continue to take risks and expand what it means to be an artist in today’s climate. He is being supported by Tyra Lewis, Seb Szabo and Akosia.
The Grogans flourish as 60’s and 70’s surf rock sounds come together with contemporary slacker influences; all up making for a perfect Spring/Summer soundtrack. They are being supported by D’Arcy Spiller and Bones & Jones.
Briggs headlines, with support performances by Kee’ahn, Soju Gang and Izy. Expect everything from rap, hip-hop and soul to get-on-your-feet DJ mixes.
*Please note, Briggs’ set will contain some explicit language. Viewer discretion advised.