Xavier High School graduate, Nick Keogh and Chelsea Knight who attends Catholic College Wodonga recently won the Dreamfields Music Award and have their upcoming UK exchange in May-June of this year. Nick and Chelsea recently recorded at David Wilson Recording Studios, in Wagga Wagga.
Dreamfields continues its shows for the 2018 UK exchange on Saturday 17 March.
Dreamfields Music Award co-winners E.L.K. (featuring graduate Nick Keogh, current School Captain James Worth and Year 11 student Jack Mitsch) and Chelsea Knight will perform at Thurgoona Country Club Resort.
The Thurgoona show commences at 7.30pm Saturday 17 March with food and drink available for purchase from the club. Donations can be made via the ACF
Dreamfields partner with Henty Machinery Field Days and Somerset Rural Youth Project. Dreamfields is a creative platform for rural youth, with workshops in schools and an awards showcase at Henty MFD 2018.
We would like to congratulate Nick on this incredible achievement and wish him all the very best with his music exchange in the UK!!