To help keep everyone safe and manage numbers, you need to book a free ticket online to attend.
Each person attending will need their own ticket, which can be booked at: https://www.bendigoregion.com.au/explore-bendigo/events/bendigo-summer-in-the-parks-tickets
Entry to each event is via designated gates, where you will need to show your ticket to attend. Tickets will not be available at the gate, they must be pre-booked online.
There will be marked areas in place to ensure physical distancing and hand sanitiser will also be available. You do not need to wear a mask outdoors, though you do need to carry one with you.
Erica Hawkey Band look forward to returning to play the much loved and community-engrained Summer In The Parks program in 2021.
Friday 5 February, paired up with Bendigo’s own masters of classic rock: The Grinners!
Erica Hawkey creates a rich mosaic of her original funk, soul, and blues. Mix up influences Renee Geyer, Etta James, Allen Stone and Stevie Wonder and you’ll feel it! Erica’s songwriting fuses smooth grooves with a voice that is smoky and heartfelt one moment and roaring the next! Behind the scenes her original album has been recorded in the studio, and was released recently.
She began performing amongst Melbourne’s live music scene 20 years ago, fronting 40 piece jazz and funk bands. Recent appearances include Across The Wires, Bendigo Blues & Roots Music Festivals, Heritage Uncorked, Bendigo Craft Beer Festival, Heathcote Wine & Food Festival, Strategem Wine Festival & Marilyn Monroe Exhibition at the Bendigo Art Gallery.
Joining forces with talented guitarist David Turpie, Ben Carr on ninja bass, and the legendary Colin Thompson on drums, they create a smooth, wickedly addictive groove!
Friday 5th February at the ‘Gardens of the Future’ in White Hills from 6.20pm – 8:30pm. Family Friendly, Free Entry!