300 party at Meeniyan

MORE than 300 patrons attended The Sold-Out Meeniyan Dance at the Meeniyan Town Hall last Saturday, part of the celebrations for the hall’s 125th anniversary.

The Lyrebird Arts Council presented the event that showcased two fabulous bands and an enraptured audience.

Melbourne soul outfit The Meltdown filled the Meeniyan Town Hall with soul and funk, while the Teskey Brothers opened the evening with their infectious take on soul music.

It was easy to see why this four piece made up of brothers Sam and Josh Teskey, Liam Gough and Brendan Love is being hailed as an act to watch out for.

The Meltdown had every one of the crowd on their feet in a dancing haze.

Fun times: The Meltdown enthral the 300-strong crowd at Meeniyan Town Hall on Saturday, for The Sold-Out Meeniyan Dance. Photo: Colin U’Ren.

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