George Maple as La Luna: An Evening at Pamela's

Music, Pop
George Maple
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Time Out says

An exclusive evening of sultry tunes from one of Australia's shining pop stars in a CBD basement

It’s been a pretty rapid rise for pop star George Maple since she laid down the vocals on Flight Facilities’ hit single “Foreign Language” back in the day. She’s gone on to write and produce for heavy hitters like Flume, Guy Sebastien and Hayden James; performed at major festivals like Coachella and Splendour in the Grass, and more recently, released a debut album and headlined a national tour.

Now, she’s getting in touch with her more personal side, performing as La Luna – a stripped-back alter ego – for a one-night-only gig. On Saturday, October 5, she’ll be delivering a set of jazz, disco and soul classics at Pamela’s, within the newly opened Prince of York in the CBD.

They’re keeping this one nice and intimate with only 80 tickets up for grabs, which includes a glass of Perrier-Jouët Champagne on arrival as well as canapés from the kitchen upstairs that’s headed up by Sam Bull (ex-Icebergs). Things wrap up at 9pm, which means you’ll have three more hours to get up on the tables and keep the fire burning in the basement.


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