Show Me Some Art Street Party

With thanks to the amazing community and businesses for their sponsorship, the Show Me Some Art Festival is back for 2024!

This year we bring you a new location in the Moe CBD. Located in the carpark behind the Moe RSL and Town Hall, you will find the same amazing vibe of live music, market stalls, food vans, kids entertainment and much more.

Coming into the CBD, we have the pleasure of showcasing the local Street Art, new and old. So keep those eyes peeled!

Not only do we have our Street Party, but our popular Colour Fun Run will too take place in the picturesque Moe Botanic Gardens earlier in the day so you don’t miss a thing.

Tom Curtain Tour – Dolly’s Dream Fundraiser

To celebrate the release of his fifth album, multiple Golden Guitar winner and horseman extraordinaire Tom Curtain, has again hit the road with his award winning Outback Show Katherine Outback Experience as part of his ‘Why We Live Out Here’ Tour. 

The show is entertaining, engaging, interactive and family-friendly, and consists of:

  • 1 hour Katherine Outback Experience Show of real horse training and working dog demonstrations including plenty of hands-on fun for the kids! 
  • 2 hours of live music by Tom Curtain, Chris Matthews and special guests

Tom is passionate about bringing his show to towns and communities that are often overlooked on the entertainment trail.

About this Event 

Ticket Price:

Tickets Purchased Online (*+bf):

  • Adults: $40
  • Senior: $35
  • Students (6-17 years): $25
  • Kids 5yr&U: Free
  • Family (2x Adults + 2x Students): $117
  • Companion/ Carer’s Card accepted free of charge

Tickets Purchased at the Door:

  • Adults: $50
  • Senior: $45
  • Students (6-17 years): $35
  • Kids 5yr&U: Free
  • Family (2x Adults + 2x Students): $153
  • Companion/ Carer’s Card accepted free of charge

*+Booking Fees on top of ticket price (but still cheaper than at the door).

Food/ Drinks: Food/drinks will be available to purchase. Further information provided closer to the date of the event. 

What to Bring: Guests encouraged to BYO chairs and picnic blankets. Cash and EFTPOS accepted for merchandise and food/ drink purchases. 

Cancellation: Should the event be cancelled, guests will be issued a full refund. 

Tom Curtain Music

Tom Curtain is a nationally acclaimed singer/ songwriter. This tour coincides with the release of his fifth studio album Nothin’s Gonna Stop Us – the first release of this album “Why We Live Out Here” has had great success, remaining in the Country Songs Australian Airplay Chart for 10 months. His last album We’re Still Here debuted at No.1 on the Australian Country Music Charts with all four singles released from the album also going to No.1. 

In 2018 Tom won two Golden Guitar Awards for his single “Never Never Land”, a duet with Luke O’Shea. Tom was also awarded the prestigious 2018 Australian Independent Country Music Artist of the Year Award together with Male Vocalist of the Year, Album of the Year (Territory Time) and Single of the Year(“Never Never Land”) at the Southern Stars Australian Independent Country Music Awards.  

Tom is also an official ambassador of Dolly’s Dream. Moved by the tragic passing of Amy ‘Dolly’ Everett, who took her young life after being relentlessly cyber-bullied, Tom put pen to paper and released the single “Speak Up” with Sara Storer. To date, over $35,000 has been raised by the Katherine Outback Experience and Outback Productions through the sale of the song and branded shirts. These donations are used to provide useful and powerful tools for schools, children and family members ( to fight online bullying.

Katherine Outback Experience

Owned and operated by Tom Curtain, Katherine Outback Experience (KOE) is an outback show that celebrates life on the land through real horse-starting and working dog demonstrations entwined with live music and humorous bush tales. KOE has won multiple awards over many years – most recently:

  • 2022 Silver at the Qantas Australian Tourism Awards: Best Tourist Attraction
  • 2022 Winner of the Brolga NT Tourism Award: Best Tourist Attraction
  • 2021 Winner of the Qantas Australian Tourism Awards: Best Tourist Attraction
  • 2021 Winner of the Brolga NT Tourism Award: Best Tourist Attraction
  • 2021 Winner of the Brolga NT Chairman’s Choice Award for Tourism Excellence

The show is based in Katherine from April to the end of October over the ‘Dry Season’ months.  Over the Wet Season summer months, the team hit the road, touring the Outback Show in conjunction with Tom’s music.  

Gippsland Wellness Expo

Connecting community to holistic health and wellness services in Gippsland. Stall holders include:

Fitness, strength, recovery, mental health, nutrition, supplements, health foods, herbs, emotional support, empowerment, self care, low tox products, spiritual healing, energy healing, meditation, breathwork, saunas, colonics, physiotherapy, massage, osteopaths, chiropractic, pregnancy and motherhood, health coaching, organics.

Introducing Gippsland’s first STRONGMAN GAMES held on Saturday 23 March.

Keep watch on the Wellness Expo Gippsland facebook page for more stall holder information.

68th Latrobe Valley Eisteddfod Performing Arts Festival

Entries Open 31st March, and close 30th June via the online platform

Eisteddfod Dates

Speech & Drama                           19-21 August
Piano                                                24 – 27 August
Instrumental                                   28 – 31 August    
Choral                                               5 September
Brass                                                7-8 September
Theatrical Dance                            20 – 29 September
all dates are subject to final scheduling  

The Latrobe Valley Eisteddfod is a friendly annual major Performing Arts event spanning 6 weeks at Gippsland Performing Arts Traralgon and Kernot Hall Morwell from 19 August to 29 September 2024. It covers the whole range of performing arts disciplines including Instrumental (including strings, woodwind, brass, recorders, and guitar) Brass and Concert Bands, Orchestras, Choirs, Readings, Drama and Dance.

Each year, the Eisteddfod holds over 380 events that provide over 4,000 performers who come from the local community, greater Gippsland and Metro areas, a chance to showcase their talents and experience performing before live audiences. From this performance, the contestants receive an appraisal of their work given by highly qualified adjudicators and have the chance of being a recipient of part of more than $30,000+ offered in awards and prizes, much of which goes towards continuing their studies in their chosen fields.

Prestigious events include:
$4000 BRASS BANDS (Divided across all grades)
   1st place – $750; 2nd place – $300; 3rd place – $100
Elsa Ryan Junior Piano Scholarship for 9-11 years: 1st place – $250, 2nd place – $100
Junior Dancing Scholarship for 9-11 years: 1st place – $250, 2nd place – $100
   1st place – $500; 2nd place – $150

Morwell Psychic & Wellbeing Expo

We are coming back to Morwell!
We have found a new venue for our Psychic & Wellbeing Expo in Morwell.

Come and enjoy an inspiring and relaxing day with stall holders offering a range of services and products to indulge your senses.
FREE Workshops throughout the day including mediumship demonstrations
FREE Giveaways

*Readings: Psychic Mediumship, Tarot,
Intuitive, Readings
*Natural Healing & Products
*Soy Candles and much more……

PLEASE NOTE: Some exhibitors have card facilities some are cash only.

Psychic & Wellbeing Expos are Victoria’s longest running psychic & wellness expos & are proudly presented & organized by Sacred Mist

We look forward seeing you all at Morwell

Gippsland Performing Arts Centre & Little Theatre Guided Tours

We are pleased to announce a series of Guided Tours at the Gippsland Performing Arts Centre.

Currently on display –

Self Portraits’ by artist Mike Parr 20 October 2023 – 4 February 2024 GPAC, Level One

‘Collective Life Skills Victoria‘ 20 October 2023 – 4 February 2024 GPAC Little Theatre Foyer

Self Portraits is situated upstairs at Gippsland Performing Arts Centre and ‘Collective’ over at the Little Theatre Foyer are both Satellite Exhibitions curated by Gabriella Duffy, the Associate Curator from Latrobe Regional Gallery who will be running the Guided Tours.

Tours will run on the last Wednesday of every month at 11am.

These tours are free, everyone is welcome, bookings only required for groups, meet in the GPAC Foyer.

Please enquire at for more information.

Future tour dates:

Wednesday 24 January

Wednesday 28 February

Images: LRG x GPAC Satellite Exhibition,