Mobile Stage Truck will proudly rock onto iconic Manly Beachfront this weekend to assist with the fundraising appeal for the victims of the Queensland Flood Disaster.
We're delighted to donate ‘Big Red’, one of our fleet of Mobile Stage Trucks to Manly Council as the Oceanfront Stage which will provide the focus for some fantastic musical entertainment. The free open air concert promises to be a fabulous fun event and a great opportunity for everyone to donate to this worthy cause. Big Red will be in action on the beachfront side of The Corso from 5pm to 8pm on both Saturday and Sunday this weekend(22nd and 23rd Jan)
For more info on this event, visit the Fun Against Floods
page on Manly's website.
Registered volunteer collectors with buckets will seek donations throughout performances and other events from 7am to 7pm, Saturday 22 January to Wednesday 26 January.
Events will take place on The Corso, Manly Beachfront, Manly Visitor Information Centre (Manly Wharf Forecourt) and at Manly Ferry Wharf.Performers include:Infinite Jazz Connection:
5:00pm – 5:45pm, Saturday 22 January
Featuring some of Australia’s most highly respected and international jazz exports. Grover:
5:45pm – 6:30pm, Saturday 22 January
Grover is one of the best Funk bands on the Sydney music scene. Led by Manly-based Saxophonist, Scott Baulderstone, Grover will have audiences dancing in the street.Amali Ward:
6:30pm – 7:15pm, Saturday 22 January‘Australian Idol’ contestant Amali Ward first came to the public's attention at just 15. The Sydney based pop/soul singer release her independent, self-written and produced debut EP in 2007. Amali is also widely seen as the face of the ‘Rexona Girl’ campaigns.Lionel Robinson:
5pm – 5:45pm, Sunday 23 February
Lionel’s musical career began as the piano player in Elton John’s Covent Garden Restaurant. A very popular performer throughout Australia and overseas, he is based on the Northern Beaches where he is a crowd favourite at the Manly Jazz Festival.Jeff Duff:
7pm - 7:45pm, Sunday 23 January
The great Jeff Duff shaped his musical career in England in the ‘70s across a range of genres including angstless punk to the emerging New Wave, tongue-in-cheek reggae to glam rock and even straight-ahead though well bent 50s rock ‘n’ roll. Ever since his hit version of ‘Walk on the Wildside’, Jeff Duff has been a constant on the Australian music scene.