The Musical Lineup for Finders Keepers Melbourne This Weekend

Pepperjack
Image Courtesy of Pepperjack

This weekend will see the Autumn/Winter edition of the Finders Keepers Markets hit Melbourne and like its Sydney counterpart it’s been extended to three days, taking in Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

And with the Finders Keepers Markets come a weekend of amazing live music, most of which is of the folky nature. The markets will see the likes of Ayleen O’Hanlon, Danika Smith, Pepperjack (above), Brooke Russell, Forrest Falls and many more there to entertain you.

The Finders Keepers Markets are held in Melbourne twice a year and feature some of the best in local design and art stalls. This weekend’s market will take place at The Royal Exhibition Building on Friday 17th, Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th July.

For more information on the artists and the markets check out the official site here. The full musical lineup for the three days is below:

Friday 17th July
6pm: May Day(DJ)
6.30pm: Ayleen O’Hanlon
7.30pm: Danika Smith
8.45pm: Pepperjack
9.30pm: May Day(DJ)

Saturday 18th July
10am: Pat Monaghan (DJ)
11.30am: Bek Chapman
12.45pm: Brooke Russell
2pm: Car Park Choir
3.15pm: Monique Di Mattina
4.30pm: Carry Nation
5.15pm: Pat Monaghan (DJ)

Sunday 19th July
10am: Pat Monaghan (DJ)
12pm: Cat House
1.15pm: Emma Heeney
2.30pm: Forest Falls
3.15pm: Pat Monaghan (DJ)

1 Comment

  1. July 17, 2015 at 16:54

    […] – This weekend’s Finders Keepers Markets in Melbourne will feature some fine folky music from Ayleen O’Hanlon, Danika Smith, Pepperjack, Brooke Russell, Forrest Falls and many more. Details here […]


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