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Moomba line-up set to rock

14 Jan 2013

With the Moomba parade permanently moving to St Kilda Rd the excitement is building for Southbank locals, after the music line-up was announced for the famous festival last month.

Country queen Kasey Chambers, folk singer Bob Evans and rock legend Mark Seymour head the list of home-grown acts set to entertain the crowd during the March Labour day long-weekend.

The acts will feature at a number of live-sites including Birrarung Marr, Alexandra Gardens and along the banks of the Yarra River.

Moomba program director Ros Abercrombie said the musical entertainment was a vital cog for the Moomba celebrations.

“Last year we showed fans that you don’t need to spend hundreds of dollars to enjoy a full weekend of quality live music. This year we’ve put together a program of high calibre Australian acts across an even more diverse range of genres,” Ms Abercrombie said.

She also said it didn’t matter what time of day you were around the multiple stages, as you would be able to hear great music.

“Rather than building towards the headline acts, we arrange our program specifically so that Moomba goers can enjoy quality local and national music on any of our three stages, at any time of day.”ww

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