CΔRBiΞ✯WΔRBiΞ's Day By The Green

From the Kim Salmon and the Surrealists debut album released in 1988, 'Hit Me With the Surreal Feel' it's "Intense". The current lineup consists of Kim Salmon, Stu Thomas & Phil Collings and previous members have included Brian Henry Hooper, Tony Pola and Greg Bainbridge.

The True Celebration Of St Kilda Music - A Day By The Green #11

A Day By The Green is a uniquely St Kilda celebration of good music. For a few bucks, you can see some of the best bands performing around Melbourne. Organised by Cold Harbour, they incorporate classic old bands with new acts. A Day By The Green happens a three times a year at the St Kilda Bowls Club, affectionately known by the locals as "The Bowlo". This ROCKtober 11th event is the final big blowout bash for the year, as the events happen during January, April and October. The long list of bands that have performed in previous A Day By The Green lineups include The Ears, X, La Femme, Bitter Sweet Kicks, Ron Peno & The Superstitions, Fuck Fucks, Little Murders, Brian Hooper, Mesa Cosa, Bugdust, Chris Russell's Chicken Walk, Hell Hounds, The Exotics, 12FU, Burn In Hell, Penny Ikinger, The Mercy Kills, Smoke Machine, The Level Spirits, The Fascinators, Fiona & The Holy Men, Sideshow Brides, Rosie Haden, Vice Grip Pussies, Gut, Valentiiine, Kim Volkman & The Whiskey Priests, Kerri Simpson, The Scarletons, Late Arvo Sons, Dr El Suavo, The Patron Saints, The Twoks, Intoxica, Marilyn Rose & The Thorns, Little Freddie & The Pops, Fiona Lee Maynard & The Stiletto Survival Band, Billy Pommer Jr & The Guilty Plea, Jack Howard & The Long Lost Brothers, Divine Fluxus, Suzie Stapleton, Waco Social Club, Dial Me For Murder, Kids In Cults, Nior, Spacecho, Seedy Jeezus, Neon & Venom, Harry Howard & The NDE, Vic Meehan & Dave Moll, Chaos Kids, Rob Jones & The Melancholics, Mary Hillbillies, Dukes Of Deliciousness, Ponygirl & The Outsiders, Dirty Harriet & The Hangmen, Dead River, Vincent J Kramer and of course.....Cold Harbour.


Kim Salmon & The Surrealists
Bitter Sweet Kicks
Living Eyes
Devil Rock 4
Cold Harbour
Kim Volkman & The Whiskey Priests
Los Dominados
Long Holiday

That's A Day By The Green.

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CΔRBiΞ✯WΔRBiΞ's Day By The Green

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A Day By The Green is like a mini Big Day Out for St Kilda. It is a celebration of the all of the great things about St Kilda....the music, the community and everyone having a fun time. I have been photographing them since they first started back in 2011.…

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A Day By The Green is like a mini Big Day Out for St Kilda. It is a celebration of the all of the great things about St Kilda....the music, the community and everyone having a fun time. I have been photographing them since they first started back in 2011. They happen three times a year and showcase all of the best bands from St Kilda PLUS they keep it real by having some special new and up and coming bands from other areas in Melbourne playing. Exciting bands to have played A Day By The Green have included X, Ron Peno (Died Pretty), Fred Negro's seminal punk outfit, The Fuck Fucks, The Ears, Bitter Sweet Kicks, Vice Grip Pussies, Mesa Cosa, Harry Howard & The NDE, valentiine, Neon & Venom, The Mercy Kills, Little Murders, Smoke Machine, Bugdust, Burn In Hell and many more.

Here is the Q&A by Rusty Teluk from A Day By The Green that appeared on Tone Deaf.

If your music was a chocolate bar, which one would it be and why?
It would actually be a box of Cadbury Favourites. Plenty of choice, and something for everyone.

What can a punter expect from the gig?
A diverse selection of extremely talented local artists. Great value for money. Cheap drinks and great food. Happy people!

Why should everyone come and see the event?
To support a wide range of Melbourne artists and to prove that St Kilda still has a vibrant music scene. Also because it’s great value and great fun!

Where would you like to be in five years?
Still presenting A Day By The Green and hopefully using what we’ve learnt to put on other like-minded events. Melbourne has one of the worlds’ greatest music scenes, but we have to work to keep it vibrant.

When are you doing your thing next?
The next one will be in April, followed by one in October. We aim to present A Day By The Green three times a year, but we’ve learnt to avoid the colder months.

What makes you happiest about what you’re doing?
Seeing great artists and the joy on fans faces, enjoying great live local music and catching up with friends.

Describe the best gig you’ve ever organised?
Every A Day By The Green has been mighty fun! There’s a lot of hard work involved, and we’re exhausted by the end of the day, but they’re all worth it.


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