The Flying Saucer Club presents patrons with an out of this world experience when it comes to quality live entertainment, ambient dining and outstanding service – now at Kingston City Hall in Moorabbin.
The Flying Saucer Club offers an exciting and diverse program of live entertainment. The club plays host to a wide variety of music including high profile local and international artists, the best up and coming acts as well as outstanding tribute shows. The club also offers patrons the chance to enjoy stand-up comedy and musical theatre on occasion.
With candle lit tables, fabulous live entertainment and a superb variety of food and wine on offer, the club fosters an atmosphere of intimate sophistication. This will undoubtedly have you wanting to come back for more….So round up your friends and book your next night out at The Flying Saucer Club May 4th, as it’s sure to be an occasion that you won’t forget!
Brace yourselves, as Scarecrow – The Mellencamp Show is landing at the Flying Saucer Club @ Kingston City Hall this May, and it’s nothing short of an amazing live experience! The band delivers the Mellencamp experience to a tee, even the man himself, ‘Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee’ John Mellencamp agrees. If you haven’t yet seen the show, then this is your chance folks. Expect to hear all the hits plus many more!
The schedule has now been released for the Brighter Days Festival – we’re lookin’ forward to rockin’ old Bright Town once again! Friday night we’ll be performing at the Alpine Hotel, check out the weekend’s Program …see you then!
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!
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!
High energy and great music is what Scarecrow – The Mellencamp Show deliver. Mellencamp fans will be mezmerised at the performance of front man Gary Young as he sings and plays through hit after hit of the 80’s superstar, in just a couple of weeks time at The Sandbelt Club Hotel. Bring along your favourite ‘Hand to Hold on To’, but best warn them, as it’ll be a ‘Wild Night’ in Moorabbin!
The Sandbelt Bistro offers something for everyone, perfect for the family gathering, birthday celebrations or a casual dinner with friends. Enjoy a delicious meal prior to joining Scarecrow – The Mellencamp Show, who’ll transport you back to the 80’s & 90’s, to a time & place when life was just a little less complicated and maybe a whole lot more fun! Hop in that ol’ ‘Rumble Seat’ and get yourselves down to The Sandbelt Club Hotel, Moorabbin & ‘Check it Out’…
South Eastern suburbs next month will see our return to The Sandbelt Hotel who have hosted some pretty iconic acts over the last 20+ years… 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 the Sandbelt!
Scarecrow-The Mellencamp Show are excited to be performing at this great venue again and look forward to sharing a night of nostalgia with you. Whether you are reliving the hits of your past, or discovering the music of your future, let Scarecrow be the vehicle to take you on this journey of a lifetime!
Lilydale is the gateway to both the Dandenong Ranges and the Yarra Valley. With a busy train line from Melbourne operating early until late it’s an ultimately very accessible entrance to the region. Whatever way you decide to get there, we hope to see your smilin’ faces, when we return to the Hysteria Lounge to kick off the Melbourne Cup weekend. We’ll be serving up your favourite Mellencamp ditties, for a ‘Wild Night’ in ol’ Lilydale!