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Doors 7.00pm
Act 1 7.30pm
Interval 8.45pm
Act 2 9.05pm
End 10.45pm
All times approximate and subject to change.

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10TH ANNIVERSARY CONCERT
Helping feed people in need

LEO SAYER – MODELS – COURTNEY BARNETT
JIMEOIN – JAMES REYNE-JOHN PAUL YOUNG
EMMA DONOVAN - TIM ROGERS – ADALITA – CLAIRE HOOPER – DAVE CALLAN – GERALDINE HICKEY - REBECCA BARNARD, BILLY MILLER & THE CARAVAN CHOIR – HAILEY CRAMER - THE MELTDOWN – D2 DRUMLINE – MC BRIAN NANKERVIS

Sacred Heart Mission has announced a dazzling line-up for the 10th anniversary of its annual fundraiser, The Heart of St Kilda Concert at the Palais Theatre St Kilda, on Tuesday 28 November. Performers will include Leo Sayer, Courtney Barnett, Jimeoin, James Reyne, Adalita, John Paul Young, Emma Donovan, Models, Tim Rogers, Claire Hooper, Dave Callan, Geraldine Hickey, Rebecca Barnard, Billy Miller & the Caravan Choir, Hailey Cramer, The Meltdown and D²Drumline.

The Heart of St Kilda concert is the annual highlight of the Melbourne live music and comedy calendar. It attracts Australia’s finest musicians and comedians who donate their time to support the work of Sacred Heart Mission and its Meals Program, which provides up to 400 hot and hearty meals daily to those in Melbourne experiencing homelessness, social isolation and disadvantage.

The Mission serves over 160,000 meals each year out of its dining hall in Grey St, St Kilda and once again proceeds from this year’s concert will continue this inspirational work.

The show will again be MC’ed by irrepressible RocKwiz co-presenter and ABC Melbourne broadcaster Brian Nankervis.

Continuing a tradition set up ten years ago by committee members Wal Bishop OAM, Larry Ponting, Neil Croker and Brian Nankervis, the Heart of St Kilda Concert is a totally unique, celebratory night of entertainment for the whole family, helping to raise funds for a vital cause.

Getting here

Palais Theatre
Cnr Lower Esplanade and Cavell Street, St Kilda, VIC 3182
Next to Luna Park

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Food & Drink

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Parking

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Accessibility

Call Ticketmaster directly on 136 100 (Option 1 then Option 2) to book accessible seating.

For more information visit the Accessibility section of the site.