The Alliance Française, Melbourne’s French language & cultural centre, is proud to present La Fête de la Musique – the free international music event held each year on the first day of the European summer.
The celebrations kick off with a collection of rising local stars performing at The Local, St Kilda, on Thursday June 20th. The main Fête de la Musique event will take place on Friday 21st June at the Espy from 7pm. Join Suzie Stapleton, The Woohoo Revue, Kylie Auldist and DJ Ms Butt and be part of a free live music event.
For further information visit: afmelbourne.com.au
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