Looking forward to playing some great Reggae music with GAIA the Band at the Jamaican Music and Food Festival on November 10 at Seaworks Maritime Precinct, 82 Nelson Place, Williamstown, Melbourne. From 12.00 pm to 8 pm. Tickets $20- $40 www.jmff.com.au GAIA the Band on at 2.00pm.
Should be a great day.
November 10th, 2019, the Jamaican Music & Food Festival family will gather like-minded Jamaican music and food fans together to experience one glorious day of food, Reggae, Dub, Rocksteady and Dancehall music in the Australian sunshine. Soundtracked by some of the very best DJs, artists and live music the country has to offer, the Jamaican Music & Food Festival has become a benchmark for the best performances inspired by music straight out of Jamaica.
With over thirty food and other traders and 10,000 visitors in 2018, this year can only hold more great entertainment and party vibes.
We hope you will join us for another magical afternoon in the unique surrounds of Seaworks, Williamstown.
Emerge Cultural Network Gathering for artists and community members from Indigenous and culturally diverse backgrounds in Wyndham and surrounding areas.
On Saturday 15 September, 2018, Rod from Beat Factor was invited by the Leadership Network, sponsored by Multicultural Arts Victoria, to speak on his background, music education and his music business, Beat Factor Music. Other discussions were on setting goals and planning strategies in order to build on your Arts business in the Wyndham area.
Met artists and community leaders from our neighbourhood;
• Rod Pilois from Beat Factor talked about his journey setting up a music business in Wyndham;
• Shared a meal and made new connections;
• Found out about upcoming opportunities.
Thanks to Miriam from MAV and other local artists who came on the day for their support.
The Beat Factor Drum Group performed recently at the Point Cook Pop Up Park on the 17th March at the Point Cook Town Centre.
Students from the community drum class at Saltwater Community Center along with some of the younger students from Beat Factor Music Academy joined forces to perform a number of African and Latin Samba drum pieces.