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End of the Line — Sandy

This new music fest is dishing up a day of all-female music talent — at the end of the Sandringham train line.
By Libby Curran
November 29, 2022
By Libby Curran
November 29, 2022

This weekend, you've got a great excuse to hop on the train and get outta town, as the first edition of new music series End of the Line fires up Sandringham on Saturday, December 3. Presented by Victorian music program Always Live, the debut music fest will dish up an arvo of all-female Aussie music talent at — you guessed it — the end of the railway line.

The Merindas

The free festival is set to descend on the foreshore lawn beside the Sandringham Band Rotunda from 2pm, to deliver six sweet hours of live tunes. The lineup's diverse, too, featuring rising star of the pop scene Maple Glider, Indigenous duo The Merindas, indie-rock darling Chitra, and legendary artist and producer Jen Cloher.

There'll be food and drink pop-ups if you fancy making a picnic day of it. Plus, expect to catch lots more performances and entertainment happening right around Sandy Village from 12pm on the day.

Chitra, by Georgia Wallace

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