Footscray Community Arts’ picturesque amphiteathre on the banks of the Maribyrnong River, will be filled with the sounds of slinky soul, RnB tunes, hip hop and afro beats when their hugely popular outdoor music series, Bluestone Sessions, returns in March for two concerts.
Elders in Residence invite music lovers to take part in ceremony to kick off the first concert on Saturday 4 March featuring a First Nations line-up. Opening with ceremony by traditional Aboriginal dance group Bandok Tati, the line-up of deadly acts:
Straight off the back of their stellar performance with American rapper, Joey Bada$$ for Triple J’s Like A Version, far north Queensland’s first neo-soul outfit, Izy headline the concert. Philly, one of the country’s hottest Aboriginal hip hop acts and classic beats from naycab’ complete the First Nations line up.
On Saturday 18 March, African rhythms and modern beats from Afro-fusion band One Spirit Africa will ring out across the lawns with the ever-beautiful Claddy bringing favourite 90s RnB hits alongside ‘ambassador behind the turntables’, DJ Kgomotso.
The low cost, all ages Bluestone Sessions is for music lovers in search of a funky, relaxed haven to chill out with friends and family. Music lovers are invited to kick back on a picnic rug, grab a drink from the pop-up bar and experience some great local acts.
To launch the event, organisers are offering 50% off tickets for the first Bluestone Sessions on 4th March – simply use the code: BLUESTONESESH at checkout.
Bluestone Session 2
Saturday 18 March 2023
Line up: One Spirit Africa, Claddy, Kgomotso
Full: $25, Mob Tix: $15, Kids: $10
Under 5 FREE
Amphitheatre, Footscray Community Arts
45 Moreland St, Footscray
MEDIA ENQUIRIES: Michaela Hall – 0419 113 633 / firstname.lastname@example.org
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