The Ultimate American Rock Show is heading down to the Mornington Peninsula & returning to the Rosebud RSL next month. The RSL has multiple bars and areas, featuring modern surrounds, which are sure to suit the needs of all members and guests. A great range of food and beverage options are also on offer at the newly refurbished Poppies Bistro. Perfect option for any upcoming occasions, such as birthdays or sporting functions or just a great night out! Round up your family and friends for a group booking and book in NOW for a night of classic hits from the ol’ US of A!!
A huge thank you goes out to Mark Copolov & the team at 88.3 Southern FM for having us on their Purple Haze segment last month. It was great to have a chat before being lucky enough to play an acoustic set of some our favourite Mellencamp & US classic hits. Don’t worry if you missed the show, we’ve now got a podcast of the segment to share with you: https://youtu.be/_l6QUEySL8Y
We’ll be kicking off the Ultimate American Rock Show’s year with our first show at the Sandbelt Hotel this coming March. The Sandbelt Hotel hosted some pretty iconic acts over the last 20+ years and many who have been, are now great lovers of the live music scene in Melbourne. It’s that generation that now looks for great acts, good food and a friendly environment and that’s exactly what you’ll get at this venue.
The Ultimate American Rock Show are excited to be performing at this great venue and look forward to sharing with you a night of nostalgia, as we bring you the hits from some of the greatest rock artists the USA has ever produced!
Dinner & Show Doors Open from 6:30pm Show Only Doors from 8:30pm
Labour Day Long Weekend this coming March, Scarecrow – The Mellencamp Show are looking forward to returning to Bright & participating in the Brighter Days Festival on the Friday night. We’ll be performing on the Alpine Stage, Anderson St, Bright – hope you can join us!
There’s no ticket entry cost, however patrons are requested to purchase a $10.00 wristband donation (Adult) or $5 wristband donation (Child under 16), upon entry to the festival.
Anyone interested in going, but having difficulty in getting accommodation in Bright, apparently there will be buses available Saturday and Sunday to and from Harrietville & Freeburgh, Porepunkah and Wandiligong, if it helps. Keep an eye out on Brighter Days website for further details as they come to hand…
The Brighter Days Festival is 3 days of family friendly fun held annually in the Victorian township of Bright, on the Labour Day Weekend in March each year. It all started when a group of like minded friends whose interests include bikes, cars and music formed a committee to organise the inaugural “Brighter Days” event. In the first year in excess of $32,000 was raised for two chosen children’s charities, and now the Brighter Days Foundation have added a third charity and donated well in excess of one million dollars – a figure the foundation could not have imagined, when starting back in 2013! They hope to continue to raise more funds each year through natural growth and as awareness of the annual event develops. The name obviously is two fold; the first, that the event is held in Bright, the second is in the hope that we can make a “brighter day” for some kids.
Scarecrow – The Mellencamp Show are excited to be participating in the festival & we’ll be performing on the Friday night approx 8.45pm, hope you can join us!
There’s no ticket entry cost, however patrons are requested to purchase a $10.00 wristband donation (Adult) or $5 wristband donation (Child under 16), upon entry to the festival. See you in Bright!
Scarecrow leaves nothing to chance in recreating the sounds and visual excitement that takes audiences on this whirlwind trip. The hits are all there and even Mr. Mellencamp himself has professed his pleasure at the bands musical accuracy when it comes to his songs and their performances.
We’re looking forward to kicking off 2019 with you over the long weekend at the Mulwala Ski Club. So ‘get a leg up’ & get over the border in a couple of weeks time!
Merry Xmas! Once again a perfect opportunity to start the day, listening to a bit of John Mellencamp…
John Mellencamp’s 1987 version of the holiday classic “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus” from the A Very Special Christmas benefit album. Video filmed at soundcheck during the 1987 Lonesome Jubilee tour. Video features John’s daughter Teddi on vocals.
We’ll be kicking off 2019 with a ‘Wild Night’ over the Australia Day weekend, in Mulwala!
Gotta love a long weekend….we’ve got our first gig for the New Year coming up across the border in N.S.W….get in early to book your accommodation, as long weekends tend to book out pretty quickly! Round up a group, a couple of friends or perhaps a romantic getaway & join us at Mulwala Ski Club on the Saturday night. We’ve got some awesome Mellencamp hits we’ll be playin’ live!