Chapel Sessions, Live Music

Pierce Brothers: Chapel Summer Sessions

  • Date 27 March 2021

  • Times See below

  • Ticket prices See below

Pierce Brothers will be bringing to life their sophomore album Into The Great Unknown at the Chapel Off Chapel on Saturday March 27, 2021.

With help from a few friends onstage, this intimate recorded show will be the exploration of the Brothers’ latest project. Recorded at Jan Skubizeski’s Red Moon Studios in Gisborne between the two Victorian lockdowns in 2020, the new album explores previously uncharted territory for the twins. ‘With strings arrangements, female backing vocals, and larger performances than we’ve ever done in the studio, this album is striving to be something grander than what has come before,’ says Jack, ‘the lack of endless touring paved the way for a deeply thought-out experience.’

The show will be recorded and filmed, making this evening an incredibly special and unique one that stands apart from other their shows! Tickets are extremely limited so get in quick!


27 March 2021




$40 - Tickets

(Transaction fee not included)

Seating & Accessibility

Seating: Allocated Seating.

Please make sure you arrive a minimum of 15 minutes prior to the performance start time.

If you require wheelchair access, please call our Box Office on 03 8290 7000.

Additional Information

To protect your health and safety and that of our team we have the following measures in place:


  • Venue will open 45 minutes prior. On arrival, you will be directed to your allocated seat
  • The venue will be cashless
  • All staff and patrons to wear masks for mutual protection
  • All patrons and staff to check in to the venue via on site QR code
  • Hand sanitiser available throughout the venue
  • Regular disinfection of high touch points and individual seats and tables
  • Chapel Off Chapel and the City of Stonnington have comprehensive COVID Safe plans in place
  • In line with current government guidelines we have reduced capacities in our theatres to 75% of their regular capability. We are not able to enforce gaps between household groups and a mask must be worn in the theatres as 1.5m social distancing cannot be maintained.