Time: 4.00pm - 10.00pm
Location: Cannery Arts Centre
The Cannery Arts Centre Round Garden lends itself to the creation of stunning vibes and Balmy Nights is the event set to do just that. Balmy Nights is a treat for the senses, an evening to welcome the coming Summer, a celebration of the creativity and drive of a fantastic group of local businesses set to the live sounds of five brilliant West Australian female artists.
Featuring, Jamilla Perth based electronic producer, singer songwriter, recently nominated for 6 WAMawards. Jamilla’s new tune “She” is an absolute pleasure.
Fieldsy, this chick is a wildcat bringing a super fun acoustic performance with stunning vocals, her live sets at The Nannup Music Festival 2019 where a highlight.
Rachel Vibart joins the cast, Rach has been writing hard, and we can’t wait to hear a couple of new tracks from this soulful local artist.
Wrapped to have two of WA’S finest female Hip Hop Acts on board with Indigenous artist MissGenius based out of Kalgoorlie and Esperance’s own Dr Tasty. These MC’s are absolute wordsmiths and not to be missed. MissGenius is exploding onto the WA music scene recently receiving three WAMaward nominations for 2019.
Collaboration is key with Esperance Tide, Lovechilds, Brodeine and Deine, Haylee Thornton, Lucky Bay Brewery, Juncture Cart Popup Cocktail Bar, Livvy at Rolled with Love and Kyza Presents coming together to fill The Cannery Arts Centre Round Garden with the finest of ambience. With Brodie Bratten and Haylee Thornton leading the decorative process, this one will be truly exceptional.
Epic thanks To Rex Airlines for their sponsorship of this event.
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Saturday, 16 November 2019