Briggs' Bad Apples House Party

Briggs sitting on a chair.
Photograph: Michelle Grace Hunder

Stars of Indigenous hip hop will show the Opera House how to party for one night only

Briggs is nothing if not versatile. The Shepparton-born Yorta Yorta artist is a rapper, one half of the hip-hop duo A.B. Original, founder of the Indigenous record label Bad Apples, and a writer, comedian and actor to boot. He continues to soar to new heights of creative success, and we’ll get to see his work alongside other Indigenous artists and contemporary hip-hop music-makers at Briggs’ Bad Apples House Party.

The big night at the Sydney Opera House will see Briggs on stage beside electro-soul (and Eurovision contenders) duo Electric Fields, Northern Territory rapper Birdz, New Zealand’s game-changing hip-hop star David Dallas, bass-driven rapper Jesswar, teen trap sensation the Kid Laroi and many more.

By: Time Out editors


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