LIVE MUSIC VENUE | MORDIALLOC
Come and enjoy vibrant free Live Music upstairs at Level 1 Restaurant on the weekends. Every Friday and Saturday night and Sunday afternoons.
GIG GUIDE | FREE LIVE MUSIC | WEEKENDS
Sunday 22 April | 4pm till 7pm
Shameless are without a doubt one of Melbourne’s most fun and energetic cover bands. Formed in 2009 with an edgy lineup consisting of Melbourne’s finest musician’s, Shameless bring a fun-filled party attitude to every event. We’re not happy unless you’re having a ball. Jo and the boys from Shameless play a wide range of hits from the 80’s to current top 40 that will have you dancing till your feet ache. Expect to hear the following artists: Blondie, P!nk, Britney Spears, Katy Perry, Maroon 5, Pat Benatar, Joan Jett, Lady Ga Ga, Duran Duran, Taylor Swift, Black Eyed Peas, Kings of Leon, Bon Jovi (just to name a few!).
Mel Van Dyk Band
Friday 27 April | 9:30pm till 12:30am
Mel is fast becoming Australia’s leading frontwoman, with her incredible vocals and powerful stage presence.
Mel is a diverse entertainer, delivering classics from a broad range of genres including rock, disco and pop ensuring that the dance floor is always pumping.
Mel’s 5 piece band includes Robyn Svojtka on vocals, Rik Foster on keys, Allen Bollands on lead guitar, Roger Hoareau on bass and Robert Ringeri on drums.
Mel Van Dyk and Band will engage and entertain ensuring a fun and memorable night.
Andrew Wallace Band
Saturday 28 April | 9:30pm till 12:30am
A rocking little 3 piece with a big sound!!! Delivered with quality musicianship and a fun party vibe, Andrew and his band cover all the classics from the 60’s to today, plus the odd forgotten gem of yesteryear.Expect a memorable night of dancing, singalongs and maybe even a laugh or two!
Million Dollar Riff
Sunday 29 April | 4pm till 7pm
Million Dollar Riff plays great big riff based rock from the 70’s thru to present. Classic Rock, the greatest songs. The thump of Zeppelin, the harmonies of Thin Lizzy, the boogie of ZZ Top, the reggea of The Police, the sonic ferocity of Hendrix. And the odd surprise.