SAM after Sunset
Join us at 7pm June 3 for SAM after Sunset on our rooftop terrace. The finale to our sell-out SAM at Sunset series.
This 18+ ticketed event will feature live music from local musicians Sam & Sam and Braden Pullen, with canapés and three complementary drinks to enjoy while you’re serenaded under the stars on the level 4 terrace.
SAM after Sunset (SOLD OUT)
Time: 7pm – 10.30pm
Date: Friday 3rd June, 2022
Tickets: $65 includes 3 drinks and canapes (cash bar available)
SAM after Sunset and SAM After Sunset are part of On the Road Again, a Victorian Government initiative to bring live music back across the state.
SAM after Sunset performers:
SAM + SAM
Performing together as a duo for 20 years, Sam + Sam have lived a life dedicated to music and performance.
Fronting various band lineups, you can typically see Sam + Sam playing an energetic Sunday session, a festival stage or a large corporate function with their big band. Sound and tech nerds through and through, whatever they earn seems to go straight back into their music in pursuit of that perfect sound.
In 2020 Sam + Sam began releasing their highly anticipated original music into the world to overwhelming positive feedback and success. Their ﬁrst three song releases each reached #1 in their iTunes genre, and their second release My Friend reached #1 overall in
the iTunes Charts in Australia. Sam + Sam continue to write and record and are currently working on their debut album Evolve, set for release in early 2022.
When the global pandemic rocked the world Sam + Sam quickly pivoted to bring high- quality live-streamed entertainment into everybody’s lounge rooms on Friday and Saturday nights. The live-stream quickly gained popularity with hundreds of thousands of people from around the world tuning in each week and to date the series has reached more than 5 million viewers.
Sam + Sam are currently touring with their latest show ‘Homebound’ focusing on Aussie music.
bp is a solo musical project by Melbourne musician Braden Pullen. With a focus on vocals, he mixes and merges melody and harmony creating dreamlike soundscapes. Drawing from a broad spectrum of musical influence, bp uses a range of electronic and acoustic instruments to build intimate and rich layers of sound.
Shepparton Art Museum, 2021 image courtesy John Gollings AM © John Gollings
Braden Pullen. Photo: Lingy’s Photography
Sam + Sam. Photo: James Terry