Melbourne Festival has added a third and final date for its hugely anticiapted David Bowie: Nothing Has Changed performance.
Following shows on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th, there will now be a final performance on Monday 17th October. The show will bring together iconic Australian artists such as iOTA, Tim Rogers, Steve Kilbey, Deborah Conway and Adalita.
Each artist will perform the music of David Bowie in their own unique styles, now over three nights, and all backed by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.
Also on the list of the festivals impressive collection of artists for the festival are Irish-French Camille O’Sullivan, Canadian and Oscar-nominated composer Benoît Charest, Folk Alliance Australian Artist of the Year 2015 Kaurna Cronin, singer-songwriter James Kenyon, and afro-beat funk-woman Ajak Kwai.
Tickets for the final Nothing Has Changed show go on sale Friday, 9th September. See below for ticketing details and the full lineup for the 2016 Melbourne Festival.
Melbourne Festival 2016 Music Lineup
‘David Bowie: Nothing Has Changed’ — iOTA, Tim Rogers, Steve Kilbey, Deborah Conway and Adalita
Paul Kelly & Camille O’Sullivan — ‘Ancient Rain’
Philip Glass Ensemble — ‘FILM LA BELLE ET LA BÊTE’
Grant Lee Phillips
‘Buried Country’ — Roger Knox, Auriel Andrew, Luke Peacock & more
Joshua Redman & Brad Mehldau
‘Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage’ — Melbourne Symphony Orchestra
Cate Le Bon
Robbie Thomson ‘XFRMR/MESS’
Le Terrible Orchestre de Belleville — ‘The Triplets of Belleville’
Ensemble Offspring — ‘The Secret Noise’
Zubin Kanga — ‘JOHN CAGE’S SONATAS & INTERLUDES’ & ‘Cyborg Pianist’
Melbourne Festival 2016
Tickets on sale now.
Thursday, 6th — Sunday, 23rd October 2016
Various Venues, Melbourne
Tickets: Melbourne Festival