We rocked Melbourne Day
Concert photos and highlights
Rocking Melbourne 182: Absolutely '80s headliners Brian Mannix (Uncanny X-Men), Ally Fowler (The Chantoozies) and Scott Carne (Kids in the Kitchen)
It's Our Day: Performer Peta Evans-Taylor was a crowd favorite on stage.
Family festival: Roving performers, face painting and Vicky the Truck kept kids of all ages entertained.
What rain? The weather cleared and the Enterprize lowered her gangplank for free tours (top left), cupcakes stole the show, the crowd sang "Happy Birthday, Melbourne" (bottom left) and pets pleaded: "C'mon, gimme a cupcake, woof!"
We rocked, Melbourne: Brian Mannix in full flight, Junior Lord Mayor Sienna Koop, Stan Dryden Jnr with indigenous art, the Enterprize Re-enactment Crew.
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7 September 2017
Join Melbourne Business Network's corporate celebration of Melbourne Day at a Cocktail Soirée and hear the Melbourne Day Oration, delivered by Lord Mayor Robert Doyle on the topic of "Doing business in the World's Most Livable City".
Where: The Trust, 405 Flinders Lane, city (rear of Immigration Museum and adjacent to the old historic Port Building in Flinders Lane).
When: 5.30pm to 7.30pm, Thursday, 7 September 2017
Tickets: $40 (MBN members) and $55 (non-members)
Toot for Melbourne Day
Honk if you see our chairman Campbell Walker's 4WD "Melbourne Day-mobile". You can't miss it!
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