Greater Shepparton’s Goulburn Vibes event will showcase some of the region’s best local performers in an intimate setting tomorrow night.
Set among rustic bushland, the free event will feature local artists Tenielle McKenzie, Charlie McCosh, Jessica Lorraine and El Moth.
City of Greater Shepparton mayor Kim O’Keeffe said Goulburn Vibes was a great setting to connect with local talent.
‘‘We have a lot of talented individuals in our region and Goulburn Vibes is another opportunity for artists to be seen and heard,’’ Cr O’Keeffe said.
‘‘It will be an amazing afternoon relaxing by the lake and the river, listening to great local music.’’
Greater Shepparton City Council economic development manager Anthony Nicolaci said Goulburn Vibes was a new cultural event for the entire community to enjoy.
‘‘Council is committed to supporting events dedicated to the local arts, music, food and culture of the region and Goulburn Vibes is a perfect event to showcase our region for locals and visitors to enjoy,’’ Mr Nicolaci said.
Set to entertain the whole family, the event will include a hoola hooping workshop by Miss Sparkles from Hoop Sparx.
There will also be food and drinks available from local vendors Park Brew Coffee Co, La Porchetta Shepparton, Top Notch Poffertjes, Mr Sheppy and Snappa’s Mobile Grill and Catering.
Bubbles and Wort will also be running a boutique bar for those above 18 years.
Outside food is allowed and attendees are asked to bring a chair or rug to sit on.
The event is strictly no BYO.
Goulburn Vibes is on Saturday, April 13, from 3pm to 7pm at Western Park, beside the all-abilities playground, Tom Collins Dve, Shepparton.
Street parking for the event is available along Tom Collins Dve and Welsford St.