Half Strange Presents: Ripple Effect Band, Simona Castricum, The Garbage & the Flowers, Scraps, bodies, 00__, Troth
Dinosaur City, Half Strange and Heaps Normal Presents Ripple Effect Band, Simona Castricum, The Garbage & the Flowers, Scraps, bodies, 00__ and Troth live at Thornbury Bowls Club on Saturday, October 14 for Half Strange 2023 – A Music Tour From the City to the Outback and Back.
Ripple Effect Band (Anham/Maningrida)
Simona Castricum (Naarm/Melbourne)
The Garbage & the Flowers (Naarm/Melbourne Meanjin/Brisbane)
bodies of divine infinite and eternal spirit (Naarm/Melbourne)
Ripple Effect Band, Simona Castricum, The Garbage & the Flowers, Scraps, bodies, 00__, Troth
Date: Saturday, October 14
Time: 3pm 'til late
Venue: Thornbury Bowls Club | 27 Ballantyne St, Thornbury VIC 3071
Tickets between $20 - $35+ BF
This location is wheelchair accessible. Please contact us to check other accessibility needs.
The 86 tram line runs along High Street. If you’re heading out of the city, get off at Ballantyne/High Street, and if you are heading into the city get off Gooch St/High St and take a short stroll up Ballantyne Street.
The 11 tram line runs along St. Georges Road. If you’re heading out of the city, get off at Bird Avenue/St. Georges Road (Stop 39), and if you are heading into the city get off Clapham St/Normanby Avenue and take a short stroll up Ballantyne Street.
The Thornbury Bowls Club is on the Mernda Railway line. The closest station is Thornbury Railway Station, about a five-minute walk to the club.
About Half Strange
Half Strange is an expansive national tour taking artists including Emma Russack, Workhorse, Punko, Snowy, Scraps and more to metropolitan, regional and remote outposts across South Australia, New South Wales and Victoria in Spring 2023.
Half Strange strives to provide a safe environment for all attendees and crew. If you experience or witness anything that makes you or someone around you uncomfortable, please reach out to Half Strange or venue staff.
Half Strange makes, promotes and exhibits music on Aboriginal land. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and future. Always was, and always will be Aboriginal land.
Free entry for all First Nations attendees, please email email@example.com.
Supported by the Australian Council for the Arts