Dog Watch

Friday 10th August


Friday 10th August

The Subject

Friday 10th August

Tropical F**k Storm at The Mech

Friday 10th August

Adalita and RVG at The Mech

Saturday 11th August

Alister Turrill | Friday 10th August

Mike Elrington | Saturday 11th August

The Sacrifice

Saturday 11th August

Dark/Light Outdoor Cinema

Saturday 11th August

Cocktails and DJs at the ABH

Friday 10th and Saturday 11th August

The Sublime

Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th August

The Art of Darkness

Saturday 4th – Sunday 19th August

The Bush Tannery

Sunday 12th August

Locals on the Brink

Murder Ballads and more: the songs of Nick Cave

This concert features the songs Nick Cave has written and performed throughout his illustrious career which focus on the themes of death and will be performed by a range of local musicians and visiting WinterWild artists. Cave is well known for his morbid songwriting and association with death which is made evident in his recent tribute to his late son in ‘Skeleton Tree’ and his critically acclaimed 1996 release Murder Ballads. A song from this album, ‘Death is not the end’ will finish off the concert with a choir of musicians who have performed throughout the day. The concert will be MC’d and narrated by Peter Fillmore who will give a history of Cave and his life, and talk about his songs.

AT: The Great Ocean Brewhouse,
29-35 Great Ocean Rd Apollo Bay

DATE: Saturday 11th  August

TIME: 3pm – 5pm

COST: Free


The Ukeholics

Our resident wandering troubadours The Ukeholics will brave the winds of winter and challenge the cold with their joyous sounds. They play the most jubilant of the lute family, and find safe havens where all Apollo Bay’s wanderers have found them before. They play and sing to bring cheer in our coldest hours.

AT: Follow the sounds of the ukulele to places such as Foodworks, the Information Centre, the Newsagency and the Bakery.

DATE: Saturday 11th and Saturday 25th of August

TIME: 10am – midday

COST: Free

Ecoshiatsu Workshop

Practical hands-on Ecoshiatsu workshops for each weekend on the themes of Yin (Death) and Yang (Birth), and the cycle of life and death through the perspective of East Asian medicine, permaculture and ecological design.

AT: Ecoshiatsu clinic space in Apollo Bay (bookings required, numbers limited, details of location upon booking)

DATE: Sunday 12th August

TIME: 11am – 1pm

PRICE: $50.00

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