Bayside City Council Youth Services
Contact: Adam Carter
Phone: 9599 4782
Web: www.facebook.com/baysidefreeza (new window) / www.bayside.vic.gov.au/youth_services.htm (new window)
Bayside’s FReeZA committee Boombox events currently consist of 9 members. The committee is open to young people aged 12-25 interested in organising music, art, and cultural events and also learning new skills including event management, graphic design, marketing and sound.
Cardinia Shire FReeZA
Electric Productions currently consists of 14 committee members. Each year the committee host a diverse range of indoor and outdoor events. Meetings are weekly at My Place Youth Facility in Pakenham.
Casey City Council
Contact: Rachael Lang
Phone: 9792 7021
Web: www.insideinfo.casey.vic.gov.au (new window) or www.facebook.com/pages/Spectrum-Entertainment-Casey-FReeZA-Committee (new window)
Spectrum Entertainment consists of 11 enthusiastic young people with extensive knowledge of the music scene in Casey. They organise regular live music events including their annual Fringe Fest and Live ‘n’ Loud events along with skate, bmx and scooter competitions, acoustic gigs and FReeZA Push Start Battle of the Bands competition. Performers that Spectrum Entertainment has worked with in the past include The Getaway Plan, Dream On Dreamer, House Vs Hurricane and Phrase. Spectrum Entertainment meet fortnightly at the Cranbourne Youth Information Centre where they discuss new and upcoming local bands and soloists and plan events that appeal to a vast demographic of young people in the City of Casey.
Night Light Sounds FReeZA
City of Greater Dandenong
Contact: Sam Kosky
Phone: 9797 1753
Web: www.greaterdandenong.com/youthservices (new window) / www.facebook.com/CGDyouthservices (new window)
Night Light Sounds FReeZA is open to young people aged 12 to 25 who have a keen interest in the live band scene. The committee provides a range of event management training in the organising of all events. Events include punk, rock, metal, and acoustic nights, the annual FReeZA Push Start Battle of The Bands, plus cultural, hip hop, dance, and disability events. The committees meet fortnightly at The Castle in Dandenong. For further details please contact City of Greater Dandenong Youth Services on 9793 2155.
Port Phillip Freeza Collective
Frankston City Council - Youth Services
Contact: Chris Hoffman
Phone: 9298 7110
Web: www.facebook.com/freshentertainment.frankston (new window) / http://youth.frankston.vic.gov.au (new window)
Mornington Peninsula Shire Youth Services
Contact: Jackie Rickard
Phone: 5950 1666
Web: www.mpys.com.au/programs/impakt-freeza (new window) / www.facebook.com.au/impaktfreeza (new window)
Impakt Freeza is based in Mornington Library centre and meets every Thursday from 4-6pm. They currently have 15 members varying in age and interests. They will host a variety of events this year from film comps to jam sessions to skate/BMX comps to acoustic gigs across the Mornington Peninsula.
Stonnington Youth Services
Contact: Dominic Willy
Phone: 8290 7025
Web: www.stonnington.vic.gov.au/soundslike (new window) / www.facebook.com/soundslikeproductions (new window)
The Soundslike Productions FReeZA committee is made up of passionate, motivated young people aged 14-23 who are committed to making positive changes for young people in their community. In the next 12 months the committee will host a FReeZA Push Start Battle of the Bands event, host the underage DJ event 'Soundslike Beats', work in partnership with Melbourne High’s Rock Club to hold a lunchtime gig, host a stage at the annual Viva Youth Festival, hold the family friendly Phoenix Skate Park Jam, take part in organising The Push stage at the prestigious St Kilda festival, and hold industry training for committee members to improve event production skills!! The committee meet weekly on Wednesdays from 4.30-6.30pm at Level 1/22 Little Chapel Street, Prahran.