Entertainment Corner

fair@square 2019

Program Guide

The Entertainment Corner is part of the Fair@Square Ethical Lifestyle Festival 2019.

Come along to the Entertainment Corner for a multicultural experience of dance, music and song. Everyone welcome to join in and be part fo the celebrations.

Saturday 6th AprilSunday 7th April

• • • Saturday 6th April • • •


Saturday | 10am – 10.45am
James Mark

James Mark is an Indie/Folk singer songwriter from Melbourne. With his warm personality, wide vocal variety and skill with his loop station he is sure to capture your attention.



Saturday | 11.15am – 1pm
Lachlan Watson & Josh Caz

Lachie and Josh are an unstoppable force of positive energy and have been reversing frowns together since 2015. Performing in the bands Caravan Kids and The Elliotts, the boys have done it all.



Saturday | 1.30pm – 2.15pm

With lush, moody sounds and rich vocals, let Melbourne duo SIORE take you on a whimsical journey with their soulful pop electronica. https://www.siore.co/




Saturday | 2.45pm – 3.30pm
Ian Maddick

Ian is a unique multi-instrumentalist playing; Guitar, Voice, Bass, Saxophone, Percusion, Surbahar (Bass, Indian Sitar) and Banjo.   His solo show includes influences from many styles such as Alternative, Rock and Roll, Pop, Afro Beat, Funk, Reggae, Hip Hop and Jazz Harmony. Blended together with live looping and thoughtful songwriting, it all comes together in an engaging and enlivened performance.



Saturday | 4pm – 4.30pm
Ellie Cactus

Ellie is a fun, energetic, queer, Melbourne based loopologist playing a soul, r’n’b and indie rock mash-up.



Saturday | 5pm – 6pm
Matt Cynner

Matt Cynner is a Melbourne singer/songwriter. A solo acoustic artist that plays a mixture of covers and originals. Matt is branching out with a debut album, where he writes, performs, records and mixes his own material.


• • • Sunday 7th April • • •


Sunday | 10.30am – 2pm
Mosaik Experiences

Mosaik Experiences is a social enterprise that provides unique and authentic cultural experiences which include music, dance, art & crafts, language and food. Our workshops and entertainment generate opportunities for enjoyment, welcoming and friendly environment and, at the same time, creates a connection among the participants.



Sunday | 2.30pm – 4.30pm

Originally from Sydney, Dannie is a jazz/soul singer/songwriter, bringing a chilled vibe that everyone can flow along to.

With an emphasis on truth-telling lyrics and smooth vocals, her raw expression in the day-to-day is mirrored in her music, and not one to be missed.


Sunday | 5pm – 6pm

Damielou is a singer songwriter based in Melbourne. Her colourful personality shines through her honest lyrics and that sweet soulful voice of hers which is often accompanied by some of her closest friends.