The Night Sky 2016 Greens Ball

Things to do
0 Love It
Save it
The Night Sky   2016 Greens Ball
More Less
Queensland Greens says
The Night Sky - 2016 Greens Ball at 7pm at the Old Museum Building.

* TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR *
* $59 / $29 Concession *

Dress code: Ball attire & costumes that embrace The Night Sky theme.

Featuring: Silent auction, raffle, prizes, DJ Fluent JB, food and bar!

AND live music including:

Cheap Fakes

The dapper-dressed, six piece Cheap Fakes are a much loved live band for a reason.

With suave moves and catchy tunes, their brass-fuelled funk and soulful ska have been moving festival crowds for nearly seven years.

And with a serious festival resume including Woodford Folk Festival, Surfers Paradise Festival, Golden Days Festival, Big Pineapple Festival, Mitchell Creek Blues ‘n’ Roots Festival, the Originals Festival, Caloundra Music Festival, Valley Fiesta and Island Vibe as well as their first tour of New Zealand in the wings, 2016 has been a monster year for the Brisbane-based band.

And YOU can catch them at The Night Sky Ball - yay!

(Text courtesy of their website at http://www.cheapfakes.com.au)

Abbie Cardwell and The Texicans

Winner of the Triple J Unearthed Award and ABC Music Award, Abbie Cardwell is an acoustic roots and alt-country performer: Australia’s ‘Belle of Roots-Americana-Twang.’

Marrying resplendent vocals with guitar, banjo, ukulele and harp, Abbie’s show carries you to another place in another time: one of wanderlust, longing, dusking horizons on a lone desert highway across 1950s southwest America, the Tijuana state line and beyond. Dedication to her craft makes her one of the most captivating performers in the Southern Hemisphere: a rare talent that deserves to be heard. Don't miss your chance to see her in Queensland!

You can also follow Abbie on Facebook at Abbie Cardwell Music

Some Jerks

Brisbane's own female-led garage/surf rock band! Yes! Inspired by the girl groups and garage rock of the 60's, and once quoted as “sounding like Sleater-Kinney covering the Shangri-las”, they have just released their second album, 'Strange Ways'. Don't miss your chance to see them LIVE.

You can also follow Some Jerks on Facebook.
More Less

By: Queensland Greens

LiveReviews|0
1 person listening