Sunday at the Baths

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Sunday at the baths

Sunny Sunday afternoons have gotten a whole lot better with Sunday At The Baths. We will be hosting live music, the giant inflatable and other fun activities to keep you entertained and cool during the hottest time of the year. Starting at 1pm, come down with the whole family or a group of friends and relax on the lawn whilst you enjoy the historic Carlton Baths. Check out the schedule below to discover what amazing acts will be playing. 

 What's on


 

 Jungle Bird

19 March 2017  1 -3pm

 Jungle Bird

Hailing from both New Zealand and Australia, Jungle Bird have been lighting up venues around Melbourne for the past year. The duo's undeniable stage chemistry and soaring, soulful vocals make Jungle Bird an act not to be missed. With their neu-folk, soul, jazz, pop country genre mish mash, Jungle Bird are sure to put a smile on your face.

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GI and EOI

Chloe Violette & Rowena Wise

 6 November 2016  1 - 3pm

 Rowen Wise Chloe Violette Combined

Melbourne folk songwriter Chloë Violette draws her inspiration from hometown, the Mornington Peninsula, alive with nostalgia from the natural landscapes of her youth. Her blend of folk, acoustic and indie-pop is achingly beautiful, hypnotic and raw as her vocals bring to life a rich tapestry of evocative lyrics.

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2:15pm Rowena Wise

Hailing from the Western Australian Town of Margaret River, Rowena Wise has grown up with music, touring nationally and internationally performing from a young age. Rowena puts pop-infused melodies, and quirky, conversational lyrics onto a sparse, folk canvas. Her voice breaks and bellows in all the right places, and there is a believability that defies her 22 years.

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Dan Woodhouse

20 November 2016  1 - 3pm

Dan Woodhouse

Dan Woodhouse plays acoustic alternate folk tunes, looping his guitar and voice to create textured songs. Drawing influence from Paul Kelly, Matt Corby and Ed Sheeran his music will keep you relaxed and entertained for your Sunday afternoon swim.

 

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Shirazz

 

27 November 2016  1 - 3pm

 Shirazz Jazz Band

Shirazz plays classic trad jazz as it was meant to be played. With hot solos, driving rhythms and tight arrangements, a set from Shirazz is a step back in time, to a jumping New Orleans dance hall where fast, hot tunes intersect with swinging standards and laid-back Louisiana street beats. With the odd original tune and some re-imagined pop classics, Shirazz is perfect for your Sunday afternoon swim.

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The Scrims

4 December 2016  1 - 3pm

 Scrims

Authentic, rootsy, bluegrass and swing. Real tasty. Previously "The Scrimshaw Four", The Scrims are a high energy, Folk/Bluegrass band from Melbourne. Featuring Banjo, two Guitars, Violin, Double Bass andStomp-box their live show will make your feet fall off from dancing so hard. Perfect for young and old alike, get into the fast lane and come enjoy some tunes perfect for a Sunday afternoon.

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 Zol Balint

11 December 2016  1 - 3pm 

 Zol Balint

Zól Bálint is Melbourne based musician, Zoltan Fresco. Having designed an instrument to bridge acoustic and electronic performance, Zól creates earthy, guitar-driven electronic music. His highly improvised live shows combine guitar playing with electronics to manipulate sounds in real time, flowing between highly textured and delicately minimal, electronic and organic.

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 All Day Fritz

 18 December 2016  1 - 3pm

 All Day Fritz

ALL DAY FRITZ are a well-known bunch of Melbourne musicians who, being parents themselves, decided to make a band that crossed the great divide to be genuinely enjoyed by BOTH adults and kids. Equally at home playing daytime family gigs or late night spots, the Fritzers really like to have a great time with crowds of any age.

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Angie McMahon

FLOSS

22 January 2017  1 - 3pm

 FLOSS Angie McMahon

1pm Angie McMahon

Angie McMahon is a Melbourne Singer and Guitarist who plays soulful, folky tunes with a voice that transcends her young age. She has played to some huge audiences supporting Bon Jovi on his Australian tour and Matt Corby at some Secret Garden shows. Don’t miss her gig at the Carlton Baths, she will transport you with her music.

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2:15pm FLOSS

Floss are an up-and-coming dreamy pop band from Melbournewhoplayfloatingheavenly tunes. The band has been playing a string of shows including appearances at Rabbit Hole Festival and Beyond The Valley Festival 2016. Check out their brand new singles "Bruised" and "Runaway" out on Soundcloud now. 

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 Zeon

 

19 February 2017  1 - 3pm

 Zeon

Not even in Ireland would you hear a sound as rich, full-bodied and unique as Zeon. Their liberated melodies were distilled in the streets of Ireland and matured in the laneways and bars of Melbourne, Australia. The five-piece, which fuses traditional and modern Irish tunes, with hints of folk, bluegrass and country, now in their fourth year are gathering momentum with a widespread following. Zeon’s commitment to their performance will make you stomp and sing and shed a tear as you hear new tunes and old favourites. With a musical style to savour, and a distinctly Irish flavour, Zeon will bring the old country to life in new and unexpected ways.

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Hello Tut Tut

26 February 2017 1 - 3pm

Hello Tut Tut

 HelloTut Tut provide proper happiness and adequate fun. Yes. At about a one to one ratio. This Melbourne based six piece provide fun, high energy performances taking you on a journey through traditional music of Eastern Europe, Klezmer, Balkan, Gypsy Jazz and beyond. Tying together the threads of old with youthful enthusiasm, they surprise with unique arrangements and inspired originals that lead you through times of dance and celebration.

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The Teskey Brothers - YMCA SWIMATHON

5 March 2017  1 -3pm 

 The Teskey Brothers

The Teskey brothers are a group formed on the sunny banks of the Yarra River, nestled in the small town of Warrandyte. The band consists of brothers Sam Teskey and Josh Teskey and also features members Brendon Love on bass and Liam Gough on drums. The current line-up formed in 2008 and have been playing extensively throughout Melbourne and the Yarra Valley for the last 8 years.

Combining soul and blues in their own distinct Teskey sound, the boys have just released their debut full-length album, recorded at their childhood home in Warrandyte at Sam Teskey’sanaloguestudio, Half Mile Harvest. Their music is relaxed, fun, nostalgic and features the beautiful vocal and harmonica talents of Josh Teskey and some amazing blues-inspired lead guitar from Sam Teskey.

Playing two sets of original tunes written by the brothers, as well as some classic soul/blues covers come and relax and at the Baths while the Teskey Brothers provide the soundtrack to your swim.

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