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The Push All-Ages Tour | Thelma Plum, JACOTÉNE + Supports | Brighton

The Push presents

The Push All-Ages Tour | Thelma Plum, JACOTÉNE + Supports | Brighton

5:00pm, Fri 5 May, 2023
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Event Details

The Push All-Ages Tour is back and this time we're hitting the suburbs of Melbourne with some of Australia’s biggest artists!

On Friday 5
 May the All-Ages Tour takes over Brighton Town Hall with performances from Thelma Plum and JACOTÉNEPLUS local support competition winners EMEREE and OCD.

This event is fully supervised, all-ages, drug, alcohol, smoke and vape-free.

The Push All-Ages Tour is delivered with support from Bayside City Council, Bayside Youth and the Victorian Government as a part of the On The Road Again program. 

The Push acknowledges the Bunurong People of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Owners and Custodians of this land, and we pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging.


Frequently Asked Questions

Event Times

5pm Doors Open

5:30-6:00pm EMEREE

6:20-6:50pm OCD

7:10-7:45pm JACOTÉNE

8:05-8:50pm Thelma Plum

9pm Doors Close

Food Options
1st & 14th Brighton Sea Scouts will be hosting a delicious sausage sizzle from 4:30pm onwards and will be serving sausages and vegie burgers, priced at $4 each as well as canned beverages and water available for $2. Gluten free bread is available.  

Getting There

To ensure a smooth experience for all attendees, we kindly request that car transport be minimised, as parking will be limited due to high volume of visitors. Priority for parking at the Wilson Street entrance of Brighton Town Hall will be given to disability access. Public transport options are conveniently available, including bus routes such as the 626 to Chadstone (via Middle Brighton train station), the 811 and 812 to Dandenong, and the 922 to St Kilda and Southland (stops located on either side of Wilson St). The Brighton Town Hall is located a 7-minute walk from Middle Brighton train station and a 9-minute walk from North Brighton train station, both located on the Sandringham train line.

Public transport is the preferred method of transport to the venue.

Accessibility Information

The Brighton Town Hall provides features to increase access. Ramp access is available at both the Wilson St and Boxshall St entrances. Inside the foyer, there is a female toilet with a wheelchair accessible bathroom at the front and a male toilet with a wheelchair accessible bathroom at the back. Please note that viewing platforms are not available, but our friendly event volunteers can assist in arranging for security to escort you to your preferred position. 

If you require a quiet space, a designated and fully supervised room will be available at the Brighton Library. As this is a no-pass-out event, kindly request assistance from one of our event volunteers who will be happy to escort you. 

To access the venue head up the paved walkway to the left side of the library carpark and enter via the Carpenter St entrance. For more venue accessibility information please visit: Brighton Town Hall Access Information and select ‘Access to the Brighton Town Hall’.

Companion Card Tickets

Complimentary carers tickets are available for those who hold a Companion Card. Please email tickets@thepush.com.au to arrange. We will also have a designated chill out space for those who need a quiet area throughout the event. Please speak to a FReeZA worker on the day if you need assistance finding this space.

First Nations Attendees

Complimentary tickets for The Push All-Ages Tour are available for First Nations young people, as well as those experiencing financial hardship. Please email tickets@thepush.com.au to arrange.

Do I need a parent/legal guardian to accompany me?

This is a fully supervised all-ages event with anyone over 12 not requiring a parent or legal guardian to accompany them. However, patrons under the age of 12 can attend but must be accompanied by a parent/legal guardian on the day.

What sort of safety measures are in place at the event? 

The Push works hard to ensure all young people who attend our events feel safe and supported. Here are some of the ways we ensure attendees safety:

  • All event crew who are 18+ including The Push staff, volunteers, security, first aid, contractors, performers and venue staff are required to have a valid Working With Children Check
  • All events run by The Push are alcohol, smoke, vape and drug free with security completing bag checks on arrival
  • A chill out space will be provided for young people experiencing sensory overload throughout the event
  • First Aid Officers and a trained AOD Youth Worker will be present throughout the duration of the event