The Wikimen

The Ian Potter Centre for Performing Arts

$10 - $25

Past Event

Marvellous swing, jazz, Hawaiian blues, pop and exotica music for your listening and dancing pleasure.

In The Wikimen’s own words: ‘…(they) fiercely enjoy playing at a volume that encourages intimate conversation on the dance floor as well as the opportunity to encourage the movement of the body in the spirit of grandparents and grandchildren.’

Popular music from the 10’s, 20’s and 30’s comprising of ukulele, double bass, vibraphone, brass, percussion and an all-singing line up, The Wikimen present a unique and lighthearted take on traditional jazz with influences from Hawaiian music and the origins of rhythm and blues.

They’ve featured at events such as Melbourne Festival, Melbourne Film Festival, Spicks and Specs, Mona (Hobart), the Cube (Wodonga), Melbourne Fashion Festival, Brunswick Music Festival, the Village Festival, Melbourne Winter Night Market, Port Fairy Spring Music Festival, and this will be their exciting debut performance at the Count’s!

Nara Demasson – Ukulele, guitar, vocals
Renato Vacirca – Drum set, vocals
Daniel Witton – Double bass, vocals
Justin Marshall – Vibraphone, percussion, piano
Ros Jones – Trombone
Declan Jones – Trumpet

Eat & Drink

Make a meal of it! The Count’s kitchen will be open in advance of all Live at The Count’s performances. Join us from 6.30pm for dinner in our Italian-style bar and bistro. Reservations are not required when you purchase a ticket to a show. Order from the QR code on your table, or at the bar! Menu

  • Dates & Times:
    • Wednesday 19 April 2023, 7:30pm

  • Ticket Pricing

    Standard $25
    Concession $20
    Monash Staff $20
    Monash Alumni $20
    Student $10
    Under 18s $10
    Standard $25
    Concession $20
    Monash Staff $20
    Monash Alumni $20
    Student $10
    Under 18s $10
  • Performance Information

    • Duration: Approximately 2 hours with an interval

    • Venue: The Count’s

    • Age suitability: All ages

  • Venue Details

    The Count’s:
    The Ian Potter Centre for Performing Arts,
    48 Exhibition Walk, Clayton 3800

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