The Concerteenies is presenting Dafka, on Sunday 5 May for all the weekday-committed parents and carers… as well as entertaining their little ones with an amazing vibrant ukulele and vocal duo. Dafka span jazz, blues, folk, French and klezmer – and it promises to be a concert not to forget.

The show starts at 12pm, lasting approximately 45 minutes, at the Victoria Hotel Yarraville, in an all-new function room.


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Use coupon code BIRDY for $5 off tickets purchased before 26 April


Dafka is a fun, vibrant ukulele and vocal duo who extend boundaries, creating an entertaining and thought provoking show. Tightly arranged jazz, blues, folk, Gypsy, klezmer, exciting originals and French songs are given the Dafka treatment. 
David charms and enchants his audiences with his ukulele and guitar supported by Rebecca’s strong and vital rhythmic drive.


Come and see what Dafka gets up to adding fun and attitude to the mix. Great songs reimagined in the Dafka heady brew of tunes and stories.
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Enjoy great music together on Sunday at a family-friendly pub

As always, the little ones will be urged to listen as well as dance and move around as they please. To play, to pay attention, or do both while carers have a moment to listen to fantastic music without worrying about shushing and telling their kids to sit still.

This concert is $20 per adult. Kids go FREE!

And with your purchase of a Concerteenies ticket, you will also get your children’s meal for free with every adult meal you buy.

So kids eat AND listen for FREE!

Please note that although the concert series is designed for 0 – 5s and their carers, we of course invite older kids to this event and under 16s go free. 

Dafka 5 May


Tickets are limited to keep things safe! 

Remember, only adults need to pay for their tickets online ahead of or on the day – fully refundable should you not get there (we know what’s it like with kids). Children are free.

Concerts are 45 minutes long 

And not only are children free, but the Victoria – where the kitchen is open from 11.30am – is offering a free children’s meal with every adult meal purchased. Find out more by clicking through for info and tickets


Dafka 5 May





With plenty of space for breastfeeding and little ones’ exploration, everybody’s going to be happy. And parking is plentiful. 

The Dafka Sunday concert at the Victoria takes place in an all-new function room, a fantastically arranged space for kids to play and dance in, with a variety of things to keep small people amused when not listening to music.

Dafka 5 May




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