Melbourne Ska Orchestra

Melbourne Ska Orchestra

SHOW LINKS & VENUE INFO

Melbourne Ska Orchestra, originally planned to be held Friday 1 May 2020 then moved to Monday 2 November 2020 at Forum Melbourne, has been rescheduled due to announcements by State and Federal Governments restricting mass gatherings. The event will now be taking place on Saturday 27 February 2021 at Forum Melbourne.

Statement from Melbourne Ska Orchestra:

"Thank you all so much for your patience during this wild time in history. The team at MSO HQ have been working hard to secure a new date for Melbourne Ska Orchestra at The Forum and we are happy to announce that we have locked in Saturday 27th February 2021. Ticket holders for the original May 1st 2020/Monday 2nd November 2020 show will automatically have their tickets updated to the new date. So all you need to do is hold tight for a few more months and we'll see you on the dance floor. We cannot wait to be able to perform again. This show is going to be very special indeed." 

Tickets already purchased for the May/November 2020 show will be valid for the rescheduled date of Saturday 27 February 2021.

All ticket holders will receive an email from TIcketmaster contaiing further information this week (w/c 26 Oct).
 

The beloved Melbourne Ska Orchestra have unveiled their new single Good Days Bad Days – a showstopper of a track lifted from their most recent album One Year Of Ska – the box set album that just saw them take out the 2019 ARIA Award for Best World Music Album.  To celebrate, the epic 25 piece band have announced a huge national tour, which will see them hitting up metropolitan and regional cities across the country. The group will wrap up the tour with a massive hometown show at Forum Melbourne. 

Melbourne Ska Orchestra are a force to be reckoned with when it comes to the stage.  Audiences will be blown away by up to 25 musicians performing at a time, and the joyous, energetic vibe of a Melbourne Ska Orchestra gig is one that must be seen to be believed.  Multi-instrumentalist and band leader Nicky Bomba enthuses, “With so many band members, we’re a bit like a soccer team!  Our live shows are a community experience.  It's imperative for us to make a solid unifying connection with our audience.  We hold the live performance in high esteem, as it’s an ancient ritual where humans come together celebrating life through the wonder of music.  It’s a bit of a spectacle to behold.”