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Music at the Hub

For 18 years we have had great pleasure bringing quality live music to our local suburbs. Whether it has been at the ‘Centenary Rocks!’ Festival, Flood Recovery Events, Drought Relief concert, smaller events or ‘Music at the Hub’ we will continue that tradition throughout 2020 and years to come.

The genre varies depending on the artists from Blues, Jazz, Folk, Contemporary, Country and Rock, sometimes there will be a theme night such as St Patty’s Day.

Some of our artists and bands over the past eight years include Peter Cupples, Tim Gaze, Steve Tyson and the Train Rex, Bradley McCaw, ‘That 60’s Guy’ Robbie McGowan, Sarah Collyer, Sunas Dus – Sarah Calderwood and Paul Brandon, Angela Toohey, Rebecca Wright and Donald McKay, Chuck and Chrissy, Silken Thomas, John Fegan Band, Dan Acfield, Asleep at the Reel and the Elton John tribute show ‘Beyond the Yellow Brick Road’.

All the important details:

Doors open at 6.00pm with performances starting at 7.00pm

$10.00 entry per person which includes entry to lucky door prize (under 14 yr. free entry)

Cash only, no EFTPOS available • Ample parking on site • Public Transport to the Hub • Disabled access

Booking by email or phone / text 0499 999 772 to secure your table
We suggest you book early as Music at the Hub is very popular and we don’t want you to miss out

Food and Refreshments:

  • Meals – varies from gourmet pies, quiche, lasagne, curries, cottage pie, chilli stuffed potatoes served with salads
  • Cheese & nibble platters, snacks, soft drinks, water, tea & coffee is available at very reasonable prices.
  • Limited wine and beer available for sale although BYO alcoholic drinks ONLY (do not forget your glasses)
  • NO BYO snacks/food – the sale of food & drinks helps to keep the entry price low, thank you for your co-operation.

Venue – Centenary Community Hub

Mt Ommaney Shopping Centre
171 Dandenong Rd, Mt Ommaney

We are at the entrance to Mt Ommaney Shopping centre next to the library, opposite the bus terminal and Mt Ommaney Fire Station.

There are 2 road entrances, one on Dandenong Road the other off the main entrance road to the centre – look out for the signs

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