Help support drought-affected farmers with a fun night out at Casey Cares Mayoral Charity Concert

Benefiting Gippsland Farmer Relief, the best in local entertainment will come together at Bunjil Place Theatre on Sunday 28 October for Casey Cares Mayoral Charity Concert, in support of drought-affected farmers.


The fantastic line up of performers getting behind the cause includes Dr Jonathan Welch AM (of ‘Choir of Hard Knocks’ fame), Allan Caswell (international country music performer/songwriter), the cast of Windmill Theatre Company’s We Will Rock You, Casey Idol and Casey’s Got Talent Winners.

Melbourne songstress Greta Ziller will be performing alongside upcoming indie country rock artist Andrew Smith, who’s toured with the likes of Shannon Noll and the Wolfe Brothers. Not to be missed, international award winning magician Tim Mason will also be taking the stage to dazzle audiences with his incredible sleight of hand, loveable personality and quick wit.


“We all know that our farmers are having a tough time due to the drought and we want to do our bit to support them through this time,” said City of Casey Mayor Cr Geoff Ablett.


“Our previous Casey Cares events have been instrumental in raising much needed funds and we hope this one will be just as successful.”


River Gum Ward Cr Wayne Smith BJ JP said he felt that establishing a charity concert for the farmers would raise awareness within our community of the hardships being faced and also give our community an opportunity to contribute to raising funds.


With proceeds donated to Gippsland Farmer Relief, tickets are available at


Casey Cares Mayoral Charity Concert

Sunday 28 October 2018

5.00 pm

Bunjil Place Theatre

Patrick Northeast Drive, Narre Warren



  • Adult: $15.00
  • Pensioner or Senior: $12.00
  • Student (full time) or child under 15: $12.00
  • Group of 10 plus: $10 each

Bunjil Place is south-east Melbourne’s newest arts and entertainment precinct. Adjacent to Westfield Fountain Gate, the precinct brings together arts, entertainment and community in a way that is unparalleled in Australia. Bunjil Place is the first precinct of its kind, featuring an unprecedented mix of facilities including outdoor community plaza, 800-seat theatre, 200 seat studio, gallery, function centre and next-generation library.