As part of the run up to the Melbourne Arts Festival 2017, indie music artist Matt McGuinness will be performing a one-off show at Melbourne Assembly Rooms.
On Friday, September 1 the singer will be celebrating the release of his debut singles, 'Thank you for the news' and 'Feels a lot like love', with this one of a kind performance.
Matt's music has been described as mainly indie rock and roll, with a hint of Motown and is very conversational throughout his performances so expect plenty of audience interaction.
He will be joined on stage by the acoustic pop duo, Scribble Victory and celebrated poet, Dan Webber who won BBC Poet for Derby on National Poetry Day in 2016.
Entry is free to the evening's performance but tickets are required, with doors opening at 7.30pm and the performance kicking off at 8pm.
Steve Tank, publicist for Matt McGuinness has highlighted that the singer has performed at events across the country, including Y Not Festival.
Mr Tank said: "Matt has performed extensively at venues and festivals up and down the country including locally at Y Not Festival and the Darley Park concert. With original material inspired by life, love, politics and this crazy place we call the present."
Anybody interested in going along must get tickets before hand, which are free and are available at Melbourne Assembly Rooms on the high street in Melbourne or by calling Melbourne Leisure Centre on 01332 863522.