OPEN mic, music jams and yarn bombs will rock Chiltern this weekend.
Chiltern will come alive for its fourth annual Jam Session Weekend at six venues throughout town.
Organisers said the Chiltern Jam Session Weekend would appeal to all musos, whether they played rock 'n' roll, blues, folk, electric or acoustic.
Spokeswoman Marianne O'Connor said musicians could bring a garage band or join other jammers.
"Musicians of any standard are welcome to join in the variety of jam sessions," she said.
"People can move around or stay in one place."
The streetscape has been festooned with colourful yarn bombing made by a team of crocheters and knitters.
Open mics will run consecutively throughout town.
Listeners are welcome and buskers are encouraged.
OTHER ENTERTAINMENT NEWS:
Chiltern Singers will perform in the Senior Citizens Hall on Saturday from 1pm.
The Telegraph Hotel will host a Grand Finale Blackboard Concert including a Hat Band segment on Sunday from 4pm to 9pm.
Musos put their names and mobile numbers in a hat with five drawn out to form a band for an hour.
Poets are invited to the Poet's Breakfast at Ironbark Tavern on Sunday from 10am.
Classical musicans are invited to play traditional pieces at Chiltern Athenaeum Museum on Saturday from 2pm.
Entry is free to all events except the Athenaeum display of music history.
WHAT: Chiltern Jam Session Weekend
WHEN: Saturday, July 20, 1pm to late, Sunday, July 21, 1pm to 8pm
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