Entertainment

Winter Sessions wrapping up for another season

By Liz Mellino

After five months of live music in Greater Shepparton, the Winter Sessions will be wrapping up for another year.

This weekend sees the final instalment for the season, allowing music lovers to come together in the depths of The Vault to enjoy food and quality entertainment.

The final lineup will see local talent Bodhi Hawken open the night. He played at The Secret Garden Gigs back in April. 

Maylene Slater-Burns, a Melbourne/Kulins lands singer-songwriter, will also be performing with her thought-provoking, uplifting and inspiring conversations around identity and vulnerability. 

Ms Slater-Burns will be followed by the headline act for the evening, Bendigo's Timothy Li.

"It's been an absolutely fantastic season this year and we're definitely going out with a bang ... I'm so thrilled and honoured to be working again with such unique and inspiring musicians," Winter Sessions founder Jamie Lea said.

"I'm so pleased and as always proud as punch to be finishing up another season of the Winter Sessions."

The Winter Sessions will be running over two nights, this Friday and Saturday, with Friday offering a more social setting while Saturday will be for the music appreciators.

"After this we'll be taking a bit of a break but the JL Pods crew will be back delivering music to the Goulburn Valley with The Secret Garden Gigs starting up again in November," Ms Lea said.

Tickets start at $22 with lounge and reserved seating options available. Ticketing information and more can be found at www.thewintersessions.com