Music at Murdoch brings Motown classics for night of entertainment


Murdoch staff Kelly-Anne Antonio, Eugenie Harris and Ian Hughes practice their Motown moves ahead of the Music at Murdoch concert on February 18.
Murdoch staff Kelly-Anne Antonio, Eugenie Harris and Ian Hughes practice their Motown moves ahead of the Music at Murdoch concert on February 18.

PERTH Symphony Orchestra will be joined by talented singers Matt Allen and Odette Mercy for a night of Motown classics, food and entertainment at Murdoch University on February 18.

Music at Murdoch, a free concert under the stars, will also include performances from the Bambuseae Rhythm Section, the Australian Pop Academy and Access Circus, featuring former student Renee Pilkington.

Concertgoers can pack a picnic or select from food trucks on site serving Hungarian and Indian cuisine, wood-fired pizzas, snow cones, coffee and ice cream.

There will be a licensed bar cart on site.

All the action will take place at Murdoch University’s Bush Court from 5pm, with those attending encouraged to dress up in ‘60s and ‘70s-inspired outfits.

General admission is free and no tickets are required although VIP seating and an invite to pre-function drinks and canapes can be bought for $50.

For premium seating visit www.trybooking.com/buy-tickets and search: Music at Murdoch.

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