Potato Shed to host summer of fun

December 19, 2021 BY

Anna Lumb will be at the Potato Shed on January 23. Photo: THERESA HARRISON

Gather your friends, your family and your tribe to celebrate summer at the Potato Shed in Drysdale with the launch of the inaugural Summer Series on the grounds and surrounds of the Outdoor Stage.

Friday Night Flicks; Live n’ Local Music Saturdays and Gigs for Kids on Sundays will feature something for everyone from early in the new year.

Bring your own picnic and blanket for Friday Night Flicks and enjoy some classics from the vault, including Ghostbusters (1984) (PG) on January 7, Ice Age (G) on January 14 and Bohemian Rhapsody (M) on January 21.

The North Bellarine Film Festival will curate a special Potato Shed family-friendly program of festival shorts (G) on January 28.

Popcorn, family-friendly drinks and snacks are available to purchase from the new outdoor bar.

1984 blockbuster Ghostbusters will be screened on January 7.

Live n’ Local kicks off on January 8, with Geelong surf-rock band Mundane Jane and local support bands.

On January 15, Kate Daley will sing the songs of Fleetwood Mac backed by her seven-piece band featuring local talent Andrew Cromwell, Karl Inderberg, Steve Hobbs, James Hunt, Shandelle Cooke, David Van Elst, and Julie Walter.

Potato Shed regular Damon Smith (Sunrising: the Songs that Made Memphis; Mental as Everything) will bring his mates to entertain you on January 22 when they’ll play the blues.

January 29 will end in a hail of glitter as Geelong superstars The Glitter Gang celebrate 30 years of their unique and enduring homage to the hits of the ’70s.

Gigs for Kids caters to the young and young at heart.

The Mik Maks and Dazzling Dan the Magic Man will share the bill on January 9, and Family Fund Day favourite Anna Lumb (Super Amazing Giant Girl) returns in her new show, Anna & Lisa present: Summer Circus Mix Tape! supported by Dazzling Dan the Magic Man on January 23.

For more information or to book tickets, head to the City of Greater Geelong’s website.

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