This exciting concept combines two of Bendigo’s best attractions - its historic trams and sublime music talent. Fans can enjoy a relaxed drink on the tram, while leisurely rolling through the streets of the city as some of the Bendigo Blues and Roots Music Festival’s finest talent performs, up close and personal.
After taking a couple of short pit stops at the Tram Depot and the Joss House, the tram then turns back towards the mine. The trams have been a big hit with music lovers so far, and Festival director Colin Thompson suggests the trams are not to be missed: 'The Blues Tram offers a truly unique experience, which you simply won't find anywhere else. Everyone who rides the Blues Tram leaves with a smile on their face.'
All sessions will take approximately two and a half hours and there will be alcohol and snacks (chips, nuts and more) served by our crew, in co-operation with valued partners Bendigo Tramways and Bendigo Beer.
Days of operation:
Saturday May 27 Hailey Calvert and Luke Watt Saturday July 8 Alawishus Jones and The Outright Lies, Richard Perso Saturday August 19 Matt Katsis, Smith and Sheehan Saturday September 16 DiGG, Geoffrey Williams Saturday October 21 Marisa Quigley and Skip
Situated in the historic Post Office, Bendigo Visitor Centre can help you sort out all your needs while you are here, including accommodation, shopping, dining, booking attractions and tours, and provide you visitor information, map and guide books.
They also have quality gifts and souvenirs, so it is a must stop during your Bendigo Visit. The Visitor Centre opens everyday from 9:00am to 5:00pm except Christmas Day.
Feeling peckish on your visit to Bendigo? Why not join a Food Fossicker Foodie Tour, highlighting Bendigo’s foodie culture. The tour provides participants with the opportunity to meet passionate food heroes who showcase local produce. As part of the tour, participants are treated to food and beverage tastings, a foodie tour bag, stories and local seasonal produce.
Visit some of Bendigo's leading food venues including Bendigo Wholefoods, The Good Loaf, Indulge Fine Belgian Chocolates and Masons of Bendigo. The tour departs the Bendigo Visitor Centre on Saturdays, spots are limited to be sure to book.
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