The Mornington Peninsula Blues Sessions are back. The boutique, live Blues Peninsula event, now in its third year, is attracting an enthusiastic following each summer and winter and returns on Saturday, July 8, at the Peninsula Community Theatre in Mornington.
Winter 17 will again feature some of the cream of Australian Blues – namely Phil Manning, Fiona Boyes, Mojo Webb and Claude Hay – in an intimate theatre setting. The sessions’ unique format has each artist interchanging in an acoustic first half and electric second half, which will feature a special guest house band featuring Peter Beulke on bass and Winston Galea on drums.
The theatre/nightclub vibe of the venue, where Blues fans are seated at tables, provides a rare opportunity to see these great artists in combination and represents a unique live music experience on the Peninsula.
The popular Red Hill Brewery will provide local wine and craft beer on tap, with food to be provided by Ghost Kitchen (Taiwanese street food) along with wood fired pizza that can be enjoyed from the comfort of your table.
With just 25 tables and 250 tickets (already selling fast), Sessions director Patrick Elliget suggests Blues fans secure a spot asap at www.morningtonpeninsulabluessessions.com
The Mornington Peninsula Blues Sessions – a not-to-be-missed, world-class Blues event on the Peninsula.