Remanifested — Friday Night Music

Live music is back and it’s on at the Arts Mildura Hub. We will be presenting local musicians serving some of their own original music and all round good vibes.

We will have a bar open serving a local vino and brews, incredible local art on display and a bevvy of local musician to entertain you throughout the evening.

The Hub will be open from 12noon with the bar opening at 4pm for those Friday night knock-offs. Music starts at 6pm.


Friday 3 December — DOUBLE BILL Aaron Lees // Stephanie Rogers

Powerhouse multi-instrumentalist, Aaron Lees, has been the pivotal musician for so many local bands over the years (Wonder Wolf, The Birds & The Boys, Kingston Downes). His released his first solo EP, Monarch in 2018 in which he played all the instruments and recorded it himself following it up in 2022 with Chapter 2. Utilising a loop pedal in his live shows, Aaron is able to showcase his sheer talent and musicianship.

Award-winning local singer/songwriter, Stephanie Rogers, has spent her adult life traveling and immersing herself in the music scenes of UK & Europe. Capturing those moments through her writing, Steph has collected an extensive backlog of original tunes with catchy melodies. She will be accompanied by her father, Chris Rogers on banjo, guitar, mandolin and harmonies.

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