The 2019 Spring Fling will showcase a quality line-up of local musicians, bands, acoustic performers, choirs, community groups, dance groups, children's entertainment, comedians and more.


Appearing in the form of both roving entertainment and set acts on a stage, you're bound to be constantly delighted by Melbourne's talent. The main stage will be set in the carpark on Raglan St with some returning favourites and many newcomers you're guaranteed the best of North Melbourne's live music scene all in one day. 

The tentative performance line up will be like,


Byron Siren / St. Aloysius: Handmade original songs from the mind of an introverted over-thinker. Presented with guitar vocals ukulele and tambourine.

Delyse's Drama Academy : A children's theatre group performing a skit from the Jungle book - an interactive and fun animal jumble including an interactive drama game.

African DrummingSessi Sessi - A community ensemble who specialise in delivering high energy West African Drumming Performances. They will bring a select number of drums as well for audience participation.

Homebrew Verandah Singers: The Homebrew Verandah Singers are a bunch of blokes who enjoy getting together to share the pleasure and power of combining their male voices in song. From tender broken hearted love songs to Elizabethan drinking songs, Georgian rugby songs to gospel/liberation songs, Homebrew captures the raw energy of men singing in the shower or bellowing over the roar of a two stroke! 

Caine Trindall: Proud Yuin man from the South Coast of NSW, writing/performing acoustic folk music that centres on storytelling and the nostalgic.