Finding Figaro presents Echo Beach Echo Beach is a fleeting feeling - hard to catch, hard to forget. It’s the place you remember vividly and grasp for,
Finding Figaro presents Echo Beach
Echo Beach is a fleeting feeling – hard to catch, hard to forget. It’s the place you remember vividly and grasp for, it’s the place you’d rather be. On March 21st, Echo Beach will make its home for a day in the industrial piers of Melbourne’s first port for a zephyr of seaside euphoria in Melbourne’s West.
A day of sea breezes, sunset vista’s, music and art – Echo Beach is the perfect maritime carousing to imbibe in the years warm graces before the Oceans brooding swells whip up bitter winds and bring us into Winter’s clutches.
To bring Echo Beach alive the concrete seascape our space will reverberate the sounds of UK prime time thriller Dan Shake, the astute sounds of Japan’s discerning crate digger, Chee Shimizu, live jazz reimaginations from Loure, the worldly delights of Adriana, sonic jubilation from Adi Toohey and a cast of the Westside’s finest selectors who will transport us, if only for a day, to Echo Beach.
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Artistic interpretations of Echo Beach and the local area will be provided by the heads behind Medium, a local Westside creative collective of producers, artists curious minds alike.
A mark of a good port is its capacity to sate the thirsts of its crew. Whistles will be wet by Bodriggy Brewing Co., those with a penchant for something sweeter will find cocktails to satisfy all manner of yearnings.
Finding Figaro would like to acknowledge the Yalukit Willam people as the traditional owners of the land we hold this event on. We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging. Sovereignty has never ceded.
If you would like to learn more about the Yalukit Willam people, or the fauna seen in our video, you can do that here – https://bit.ly/2tUXa88
A percentage of any profits will be donated to the Fire Relief Fund for First Nations Communities.
(Saturday) 12:00 pm - 10:00 pm