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[Past Event] CONVOLUTION – The Tote’s 40th

When

Saturday 25 June from 6pm

Where

North Magdalen Laundry and Industrial School

Cost

Tickets are priced at:
$42 (waged) and
$37 (unwaged) people

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convolution.thetotehotel.com

When

Saturday 25 June from 6pm

Where

North Magdalen Laundry and Industrial School

Cost

Tickets are priced at:
$42 (waged) and
$37 (unwaged) people

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Website

convolution.thetotehotel.com

CONVOLUTION is is part of The Tote’s 40th anniversary celebrations featuring a two-stage stellar line-up consisting of the best of Melbourne’s soul/groove and underground electronic music. It is the first ever concert outside The Tote’s own iconic venue.

Kylie Auldist has been at the top of Melbourne’s soul/funk scene since the 90s, fronting the Bamboos, ‘Cookin’ on 3 Burners’ and her own bands, topping the charts in France, Germany and the UK for 9 weeks at No 2 with ‘This Girl’.

That Gold Street Sound, Music Victoria award nominees and 2016 Best Live Act- St Kilda Festival in 2016, will perform their classic horn driven Soul show.

Steppers, fronted by Reg Auldist on Vocals and Drums, represent the next generation of Melbourne’s groovers.

To complete the stunning line-up, performing in parallel in the Convent’s Industrial School is the cream of the Melbourne’s underground electronic scene:

Miles Brown (The Night Terrors), Quell, Null Hypothesis, iceclaw and Justin Ashworth. To light it all up, the Electric Light Brigade will be projecting their light-scape in the quadraphonic sound-field for a totally sensorial and immersive experience.

The Tote and the Abbotsford Convent is located on the land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. The Tote acknowledge their sovereignty and pay our respects to Elders past and present.

The Tote would also like to gratefully acknowledge that Convolution is part of The Tote’s 40th anniversary program that would not have been possible without the financial assistance of the Commonwealth Government’s Office of the Arts through the Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund – an Australian Government initiative.

Accessibility

The North Magdalen Laundry is universally accessible, and the related Mezzanine space is accessible via an elevator.

Gender-neutral and accessible toilets are available within the venue

The Industrial School is wheelchair accessible, however the flooring is rough.

Gender-neutral and accessible toilets are available close to the venue.