Friday 1 July

Nothing can top a night of hip hop and soul-rock, with powerful stories and performances from a selection of the Kulin Nation’s finest First Nations artists.

BRIGGS has gone from mattress-proofed recording studios in Melbourne, to LA’s most esteemed comedy writing rooms, and on the way affirmed himself as one of the country’s most talented all-rounders in music, TV and now publishing. Don’t miss this epic talent from Shepparton.

EMMA DONOVAN & THE PUTBACKS
is a collaboration based on a shared love for classic American soul, and they are making big waves in the scene. Donovan’s songwriting is optimistic, impassioned, and bruisingly honest, The Putbacks’ music is fluid, live and raw, and the collab has won friends and admirers all over the world.

Dubbed “great word man and rhymer” by the legendary Archie Roach, skilful songwriter DALLAS WOODS channels his experiences as an indigenous man, dishing up commentary on big issues woven into rapid-fire rhymes.

LIVE MUSIC + WINTER VIBES.

Location

Southside Live is presented by the Victorian Government's On The Road Again initiative