Under the Stars

Next date: Friday, 28 June 2024 | 06:00 PM to 10:00 PM


Quiksound Productions and Monash Youth Services is proud to present Under The Stars!

Under The Stars is an all-ages live music event with headliners Teen Jesus and the Jean Teasers and will feature performances from Lotte Gallagher and great up and coming local acts.


Where – Glen Waverley Community Centre, 700 Waverley Road Glen Waverley

When – Friday 28 June, 6pm

Entry - Tickets are $10 and available at: https://www.trybooking.com/CQZDB


The music of Teen Jesus and the Jean Teasers is a pure balance of emotion and conscious observations of the world around them. Punk-rock music packed with heart and wit – it’s this combination of energy and musicianship that has made the band one of Australia’s most exciting sets of voices. Demonstrating their evolution across an impressive string of releases and performances around the country since their 2019 debut, Teen Jesus and the Jean Teasers embraced 2023 with the release of their highly anticipated debut studio record, I Love You.

Impressing triple j tastemakers and earning a coveted top-five finalist spot in their Unearthed High 2023 competition, 17-year-old singer/songwriter Lotte Gallagher is a stand-out talent amongst the country’s next generation of alt-rock stars. An artistic soul with an air of blasé vengeance, Lotte’s sound is reminiscent of genre leaders Phoebe Bridgers, Angie McMahon and Courtney Barnett. With her too-cool-but-I-care-too-much attitude, Lotte Gallagher is a force to be reckoned with – a phenomenal artist with the drive to become a true star of her generation.

This event is proudly supported by the Victorian Government through the FReeZA program. All Quiksound events are fully supervised and are alcohol, drug and smoke free. For more information, contact Monash Youth Services on 9518 3900 or yrcr@monash.vic.gov.au


How do I get there?

From Glen Waverley Railway Station, you can take the bus 623 toward St. Kilda for about 4 minutes and get off at the second stop at Central Reserve/Waverley Road. You then head west on Waverley Rd toward Allen St and walk for about 180 metres (about 2 minutes).

Alternatively, if you drive or someone will drop you off. The location is Glen Waverley Community Centre, 700 Waverley Rd, Glen Waverley.

Are there any parking spaces?

There are free parking spaces at the Community Centre, as well as next to the Glen Waverley Bowls Club. There are some disabled parking spaces that are located near the front of the venue.  

Will your venue allow support animals, or do you accept companion card?

Yes, you may bring your guide dogs but please be advised that this event will last for 4 hours, and the hall may be full of people and loud. Yes, we accept companion card.

Are you going to have free entry for First Nations young people or refugees and asylum seekers who would like to attend?

Yes, if you want to discuss it further, please give us a call on 9518 3900.



What are the entry doors like?

There will be non-automatic doors which will be opened with a handle. The entrance doors will be kept open during checking in. This entrance is wheelchair accessible. The doors will remain open for most of the event but may close once we reach capacity. Security guards, Monash Youth Services (MYS) staff members and volunteers will be at the doorway if people need assistance getting in or out.



The floor of the venue is flat, the hallways and foyer areas are carpeted, whereas the main hall has timber flooring.

This is a high stimulation event. You can expect high volume music and staging effects such as different kinds of lighting in the main hall area. You can also expect lots of people who will be moving around and dancing while the artists are performing. The main hall would be dark when the live performance is going.       

There will be a quiet space for participants to chillout, have a break, or stay away from the main hall area.

There will be seating available towards the back of the main hall. However, the majority of the main hall will be standing only. There will be bean bags and seating in the separate rooms, such as the quiet space.

Is there an outdoor space?

There is an outdoor area to the left of the main stage where food will be serviced. A pizza truck will be present, and you can buy food from it. You will be able to eat in the outdoor dining area, but it will be sectioned off. You will not be able to go any further than the fencing as this event is a strictly no pass-outs event.

Will food be provided?

No, but snacks and soft drinks will be available to purchase. You will need to use card to pay for them. No cash will be used.

(Alternatively) Yes, there will be food truck on the day for you to order food from.

Will there be ear plugs available at the event? Where can attendees find the ear plugs?

Yes, young people can request at the entrance or speak to MYS staff during the event.

Will the event be Auslan interpreted?

Unfortunately, not this time. Monash Youth Services is committed to organising inclusive events. We will continue to seek appropriate Auslan interpreters for future events.

Will there be free drinking water available at the event?

Yes, drinking water will be provided when requested. 

Will there be a cloak room? How will this process work?

Yes, there will be a cloak room. Speak to MYS staff or volunteers at reception when checking in. However, we encourage you to not bring any valuables with you as MYS holds no responsibility for any loss or damage. 

Please note that small bags can be brought in, but all attendees will be subject to a bag check by security.



All gender toilets? Will these be signed?

There is one all-gender and all-ability toilet, one male/disabled, and one female/disabled toilet.

Where are the toilets located in relation to other things at the event?

The toilets are located to the left of the main entrance through the foyer. There will be signage leading to the toilets and all staff and volunteers will be able to assist.   

How do you enter the toilets?

If you have issues open the toilet doors, please speak to one of the event staff/volunteers. There will be staff/volunteers available to assist nearby.



Is there a chill out/ break out area or a quiet space?

There will be a chill out room. There will be chairs, bean bags and soft lighting. There will also be some sensory toys that you can use. 


  • Friday, 28 June 2024 | 06:00 PM - 10:00 PM


Glen Waverley Community Centre, 700 Waverley Road, Glen Waverley, 3150, View Map

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