Enjoy the sights of Bendigo’s architecturally stunning CBD from on board the sensationally restored vintage Class tram #610, while being serenaded by two great acts.
Making her first stage appearance at five years of age, Chenai Boucher is a born entertainer. More than just the music, Chenai’s performances keep the crowd entertained and engaged until the final note.
Drawing inspiration from the great story tellers such as Dolly Parton, John Mayer, Jimmy Barnes, Elton John, Ed Sheeran, Christopher Drew, Pink and Lady Gaga to name a few, Chenai brings soulful rock to the stage in a powerhouse performance.
Luke Watt is a folk/blues singer-songwriter. With influences including Chris Whitley, Richard Thompson and Kelly Joe Phelps, he’s a finger picker of great dexterity, drawing on elements of folk and blues to convey stories both dark and uplifting. He has appeared at festivals including the Gympie Music Muster, Port Fairy Folk Festival and the Brunswick Music festival, Bendigo Blues & Roots Music Festival, as well as several tours across Europe and abroad.
Saturday May 13th
Blues Tram, feat: Chenai Boucher + Luke Watt
Departing Central Deborah Goldmine (76 Violet Street) at 2pm, returning 4:30pm.
Tix: $49.50 from Bendigo Visitor Centre 1800 813 513 or online here: https://www.bendigotourism.com/tours/bendigo-cbd/bendigo-blues-tram
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Strictly no BYO. Drinks and snacks available for purchase.
The Blues Tram is organised and staged by Bendigo Blues & Roots Music Festival Inc, a not-for-profit organisation run by volunteers.
This is a music appreciation event – a mobile concert. For the enjoyment of all patrons, any rowdy or loud behavior will not be tolerated. Event management reserves the right to refuse admission or evict patrons if requests to manage behavior are not complied with; in this unlikely event, tickets of offenders will be forfeited and no refund will be available.