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By Tom Clift
December 23, 2016
By Tom Clift
December 23, 2016

NGV International will again play host to a series of Sunday afternoon parties, as the appropriately named Summer Sunday series returns to the gallery in 2017. Spanning four consecutive weekends in February, the free summer shindigs in the NGV Garden will feature performances from the likes of CAMP COPE and Ali Barter, along with sets by an array of local DJs. Throw in tasty treats and ice cold bevos, and your Sundays are well and truly sorted.

The sessions run 1pm to 6pm every Sunday, beginning on February 5. That first date will see Gabriella Cohen take the stage, followed by Ali Barter on February 12, Emma Russack of February 19, and CAMP COPE on February 26.

"The National Gallery of Victoria is pleased to once again invite visitors to experience some of Melbourne's most talented emerging performers in the unique setting of the NGV Garden," said NGV director Tony Ellwood in a statement announcing the lineup.

But it won't just be musicians taking over the NGV Gardens. The space will also feature an Asahi pop-up bar, along with food vendors such as Gelato Messina, who'll serve up a new sweet creation every Sunday.

Published on December 23, 2016 by Tom Clift

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