After the overwhelming success of Delivered, Live’s inaugural streaming event last weekend, the show has been locked in to return on a weekly basis.
Hosted by sartorial star of stage and screen, Henry Wagons, Delivered, Live has evolved into a more concise 2.5 hour variety show, and will hit the event’s YouTube channel this Easter Sunday at 7pm. Further weekly episodes are scheduled for the following nine weekends.
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The focus of the show will still be live music, but this will also be supported by sets from local comedians (including a regular appearance by Sami Shah, looking back at the week at the week that was) and expert panel discussions hosted by much loved TV and radio personality Myf Warhurst.
This week, join Henry Wagons on Delivered, Live along with live sets from Freya Josephine Hollick, Tim Rogers and Hayley Mary (The Jezabels).
As with the initial event, the majority of revenue raised by sponsors and ticket sales will go directly back to the performers on the show, the crew supporting them, and their nominated live music venue. The inaugural show sold 2,200 tickets, generating over $40,000 in revenue, which was distributed to artist and creative industries affected by the COVID-19 crisis across Victoria.
For this week’s event the recipients of those funds are as follows:
Freya Josephine Hollick nominates – The Eastern Hotel, Ballarat and Stive Collins
Hayley Mary nominates – Major Toms, Kyneton and Jeff Hahn
Tim Rogers will announce his nominees on the night.
Line-ups will be announced weekly, with all musical and comedy guests performing live in our custom-made, socially-distanced studio.
Producers The Handshake Agency thanks its sponsors – Victorian Government, Four Pines, The Music, Oztix, Small Time Group, Harry The Hirer and Audio Technica.