VoCo Festival and The Idea of North Present: The Real Group Down Under - Melbourne - Completed
at St Paul's Cathedral
Saturday, 16 September 2017 from 8:00 PM to 9:30 PM + Add to calendar16/09/2017 20:0016/09/2017 21:30Australia/SydneyVoCo Festival and The Idea of North Present: The Real Group Down Under - MelbourneVoCo Festival and The Idea of North Present: The Real Group Down Under - Melbourne Saturday, 16 September 2017 from 8:00 PM to 9:30 PM (Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney) Organiser The Idea of North 0490796668 Address St Paul's Cathedral Swanston Street Melbourne Melbourne 3000 Australia Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/54200/voco_festival_and_the_idea_of_north_present_the_real_group_down_under__melbourne.aspxSt Paul's Cathedral
Melbourne Melbourne 3000
AustraliaThe Idea of NorthfalseDD/MM/YYYY2880
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New Zealand's VoCo Festival extends a thrilling arm across the Tasman to bring one of the world's best a cappella groups to Australia for the very first time!
The Idea of North is thrilled to host The Real Group (Sweden) at two very special events, kicking off in the stunning acoustics of St John's Cathedral Brisbane on Friday September 15th and culminating in the equally sublime atmosphere of St Paul's Cathedral Melbourne on Saturday September 16th.
The Idea of North will also be presenting the legendary jazz vocal percussionist Kai Kitamura all the way from Tokyo on these shows, so come and hear this southern hemisphere premiere as two of the globe's best-loved vocal groups sing side by side in perfect harmony - this will be a performance that will remain with you for a long time.
Early bird tickets on sale until July 31.
Seating is general admission. Doors open 45 minutes before showtime.
Limited view seating ticket holders will be invited into venue 10 minutes before showtime.
Disabled access through main doors.
Disabled parking available - please contact venue for details: (03) 9653 4333
Public parking available at Wilson's Parking Flinders St, Weston Hotel and Federation Square.