All Day Fritz to perform dazzling funky original tunes at Hawthorn Arts Centre

Get ready for Melbourne legends All Day Fritz to take over the Chandelier Room at Hawthorn Arts Centre on Thursday 15 April with their lively and funky mix of jazz, rock and blues that is sure to amuse a crowd of all ages. 

All Day Fritz are known for using a wide range of instruments, including horns, accordions and banjos, and audiences can even expect to see some Go-Go dancing which is sure to get kids and their family all dancing along together. 

All Day Fritz have performed in a variety of venues and stages across the country, including at the Melbourne Recital Centre, the Moomba Festival, the Port Fairy Festival and the Arts Centre Melbourne. The band loves to interact with crowds of all ages and makes sure to get everyone involved and grooving with their dazzling collection of funky original tunes and family favourites from a range of musical genres. 

The band is made up of a wonderful group of performers from a range of creative backgrounds, including Karen Davitt from TV show Blue Heelers, pianist Boris Conley, Play me, I’m Yours street pianos, guitarist Steve Grant, a big name in Melbourne’s jazz scene, trombonist Peter Slipper from Bomba, and drummer David Joseph from Dr Hernandez. Anna from Anna’s Go-go Academy is guaranteed to bring audiences to their feet during the performance. 

Being parents themselves, All Day Fritz are committed to making music that crosses age groups and is enjoyed by all. They are equally as comfortable playing family-friendly daytime shows as well as late night gigs. Not only entertaining, a performance by All Day Fritz is sure to give younger audience members a great introduction to a wide range of different musical styles. 

Hawthorn Arts Centre presents an exciting and varied arts program and is home to performance, exhibition, workshop and events spaces. Explore Hawthorn and discover the area’s culinary delights prior to show time. 

All Day Fritz                                         

11am, Thursday 15 April                                                        


Chandelier Room, Hawthorn Arts Centre

360 Burwood Road, Hawthorn