Hundreds of locals enjoyed two free nights of live music at the City of Melville's annual Limestone Concert series held in the Limestone Amphitheatre behind Garden City Shopping Centre, with a focus this year on Rock ‘n’ roll and rockabilly.
The January concert saw Johnny Law and special guest Peta Lee get everyone swaying with their 1950s inspired rock ‘n’ roll, country and rhythm and blues sounds, while the February concert just gone on Sunday, 17 February saw The Rough Housers energise the crowd with their rock ‘n’ roll sound.
City of Melville Mayor said it was great to see such a diverse crowd at this year’s concert series, with families, friends and the young and old coming together to dance and bop away to rock ‘n’ roll and rockabilly tunes from decades gone by.
“There was a real sense of community and it was great to see so many people come out and enjoy the family-friendly atmosphere at our Limestone Concert series this year,” Mayor Aubrey said.
“There is much more to come and we hope to see everyone again at our next summer event, the Point Walter Concert on Sunday, 3 March, as well as our second Art in Place installation, SONIC HILL, in April.”
The Limestone Concerts are one part of the City’s annual summer events season, with the City also sponsoring Music at Murdoch in February as well as holding its famous Point Walter Concert in March and this year, a new art installation, SONIC HILL, at Wireless Hill in April.
For more information on all the City’s summer events, visit www.melvillecity.com.au/hellosummer or call 1300 635 845 | 9364 0666.
Video: January Limestone Concert 2019 https://youtu.be/CN9PMFE2QEs