Albany’s City Corridor will host a smorgasbord of WA new music up-and-comers this month for Are living @ the Town Corridor.
From June 24 to 25, 6 performances will just take area at the city corridor, showcasing Perth R&B, indie, electrical and pop artists, and Albany-based mostly youth option and rock bands, as very well as theatrical performances.
Perth’s Adrian Dzvuke will convey his R&B tunes to Albany as the headline act for the free event on Friday, June 24.
Dzvuke has played at big Australian festivals and toured as the support act for San Cisco and Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker.
Grace Sanders will also complete on Friday, getting her blend of indie, electronic and pop influences to the phase.
Albany-based youth bands A few Period and The Sunbaked Useless Collective will round out the line-up.
On Saturday, Albany artist Kris Nelson — who has performed as a support act for the likes of Josh Pyke, Alex Lloyd and The Rubens — will consider to the phase from 7.45pm.
Then at 8.30pm, Albany actor Joel Jackson will premiere his 1-man storytelling demonstrate of track and poetry “The Moth”.
City of Albany arts and culture supervisor Paul Nielsen explained Dwell @ the Town Hall was an exciting addition to the city hall activities calendar.
“Unfortunately COVID constraints coming into put intended we had to postpone this in April, but we are thrilled to be capable to convey it back again,” he reported.
“Just more than a year in the past we wouldn’t have been able to contemplate an event of this scale in the City Corridor.
“But the restoration performs have been a enormous results for events and enabled the web hosting of reside entertainment like this weekend of gigs in June.”
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