Come on down or tune in from 12-2pm on Saturday 27 April, for a swinging 60s party with Annaliese Redlich presenting Neon Sunset live from the Melbourne Musuem as part of a huge day of programming for the opening of Revolutions: Records and Rebels.
Featuring a stack of special guests including Victoria Broackes (Senior Curator, V&A) and live musical performances from Jess Ribeiro and Bananagun
There'll even be a pop up record store from Northside Records, and Paradise Cutters dishing out 60s styling and zine making.
It's free to come down to the broadcast; tickets for the Revolutions: Records and Rebels exhibition entry are available online here or from the Musuem on the day.
The broadcast stage will be on the lower ground floor of the museum by the Revolutions ticketing desk and exit lounge. Enter the museum, take the right hand escalators down to Lower Ground, stage will be to the left.