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UPDATE - Your chance to win two
tickets to the sold out Mass Jam event.
Tram Sessions are the group who surprise travellers with live
performances by local and overseas acts.
International artists like Frankie & The Heartstrings, Ben
Kweller, Amanda Palmer have appeared on Melbourne trams, as well as
almost 50 local acts.
Now, to celebrate their 50th session they've announce a 'Mass
Jam' and a crowd funding campaign.
Tram Sessions: Mass Jam will feature three bands on one
tram, travelling through the city to celebrate Melbourne Music
In order for them to support more great local musicians in the
future they're fundraising to keep their project going. Your
support will go towards the promotion of Melbourne's amazing live
music scene and to making more ways for fans to get involved with
It will also help develop more online ways to discover new
music, and most importantly it will enable them to keep surprising
you with great bands and great music.
For more information visit tramsessions.com. You can also find out more on
Facebook or follow them on Twitter.
Tram Sessions are always interested in hearing which tram routes you
want to see performances on, and which artists - either Australian
or international - that you're interested in seeing performing.
Here's a list of past Tram Sessions. Footage of all sessions is
available on the Tram Sessions YouTube
Will and the People
Johnny Rock & the Limits
Dead Letter Chorus
Sheilas of the 70's
Frankie & The Heartstrings
The Quarry Mountain Dead Rats
The Tiger and Me
Tram Sessions is proudly sponsored by Yarra
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