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East Gippsland FReeZA

The FReeZA program is an innovative youth development program that provides opportunities for young Victorians aged 12-25 across metropolitan, regional and rural Victoria to enjoy live band gigs, dance parties and other cultural, recreational and artistic events that are drug, alcohol and smoke-free in supervised and safe venues.

FReeZA is an innovative youth development program providing young people between the ages of 12 and 25 with the opportunity to attend affordable and accessible events.


Being part of the FReeZA committee is a chance to develop a broad range of skills organising events for young people.


By participating in a local FReeZA committee you will be given the chance to make decisions and lead the staging of events, whilst also broadening networks within the community by connecting with local businesses, schools and other organisations.


Being a part of a FReeZA committee will also build your self confidence, create and develop professional relationships, and provide opportunities to explore various education and employment pathways in the music industry.


The other types of events that you can also get involved with through your local FReeZA committee include staging of live band gigs, BMX/Skate comps, Hip Hop showcases, art and short film competitions, DJ dance events, theatre productions and local community, music and youth festivals.


Like the East Gippsland Freeza Facebook page to find out about upcoming events, brought to you by our local FReeZA Crew 'NOTION"

If you are interested in joining the EG FReeZA committee 'Notion' contact council on 5153 9500 or feedback@egipps.vic.gov.au


FReeZA Push Start Series

This series showcases young musicians from around Victoria, giving them a platform to perform their music, share their stories and gain local exposure.


Participants have the opportunity to enhance their performance skills, meet other young musicians and receive valuable support from their community.


Local heats are hosted by FReeZA committees each year from March to August, with the winners going on to compete in Regional Finals from September to December.


Winners from the nine regional finals then go onto compete in the grand final held as part of the annual St Kilda Festival in February.


The Freeza Push Start series is open to applicants of all music styles and all line-ups including bands, duos, solo artists and DJs.


It is of most benefit to artists performing original material. If you’re a young musician and are interested in entering, check out the information below on how to get involved.


To find out more about the Freeza Push Start series call The Push on 03 9380 1277 or email Memphis LK, Project Coordinator – Freeza Push Start at memphis@thepush.com.au.








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