The Koroit Theatre will turn back the clock to the roaring 20s and 30s with the help of The Old Married Couple.
The event will include Charleston dancing classes, vintage music and silent films throughout the evening.
One-part of The Old Married Couple, Riley Beech, said the duo had always aspired to be a different kind of band.
"We started as cute, then went to quirky and now we're classic," he said. "We're famous for songs with witty lyrics, banter as well as the odd kazoo.
"We've done cabaret, folk festivals and touring which has brought us to where we are now which is bringing vintage music into current.
"The show is 80 per cent our stuff and then we perform modern songs which we style to jazz."
Mr Beech and his wife Katie have been performing as The Old Married Couple for the past six years, but have been together for around 16 years and music has been an integral part of their relationship.
"We started as this act around the time we got married," Mr Beech said.
"I've always been a musician, I started doing solo work and I wrote some duet pieces. I was going to get a friend to sing the duets with me but Katie realised the songs were about us and thought it would be a bit weird for someone else to sing them so I talked her into recording.
"For some reason I gave her a kazoo and then it got a bit weird."
The Old Married Couple are based in Bacchus Marsh and prior to the coronavirus pandemic, they had the goal of performing in every local government area in Victoria.
To kickstart their return to performing, the duo are heading to Koroit on June 13 to cap off the first leg of their statewide tour.
"This tour is step one for us in our goal," Mr Beech said. "It's quite an adventure of turning up to a town and performing. We've stayed at Koroit before when we played at the Port Fairy Folk Festival a few years ago. Our bass player recently performed at Noodledoof for the Irish festival and is keen to try out more beers.
"Koroit is a very special show in the sense where we're running a Charleston dancing work shop beforehand with our friend Erin Fisher. We're very big on crowd participation, we want our shows to have an escapism feel so costumes are encouraged.
"In between our sets we're running a newly-made silent film by Melbourne filmmaker Rod Lara.
"This show will be an escape to pre-World War Two style. It's more of a concert than we've previously done and it's an immersive experience."
Tickets are available to see The Old Married Couple in Koroit on June 13 via theoldmarriedcouple.com
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