St Kilda’s music history mapCity of Port Phillip

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St Kilda’s music history map

This map records some of the live music heritage and the places, bands and characters who have contributed to St Kilda’s history.

This map is a marker of what was and what is, encouraging people to delve deeper and also to share their own experiences of all genres of music in this area.
Songs have been sung on this land for generations, led by First Peoples and joined by voices from many cultures.
The map has been started with some iconic places, together with a brief history of the site, images, and links to bands who played there. Brian Nankervis, Melynda von Wayward of Punk Journey, Kaye Blum and Rob Wellington have shared their stories and knowledge.
Your contributions, recollections and suggestions are invited – your favourite gigs, the music of yesteryear, the places lost and the new ones you love.
Explore the trail in person and visit some of these landmarks – stop for a drink or meal and catch some live music! Check out the venues websites for up-to-date events.

Event dates

Event Details

Address:
St Kilda, VIC 3182
Times:

Always available

Entry fees:
Free
Attendance limit:
No
Website:
portphillip.vic.gov.au/explore-the-city/history-and-heritage/things-to-do/st-kilda-s-music-history-map
Other things
you need to know:
The map is a series of decals on the footpath that, when scanned, take you to a webpage with stories and images.