Regional Flavours
Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 July

The Sound Society

10:00am-5:00pm

Park yourself up for an afternoon of live music set amongst the leafy surrounds of South Bank Parklands at Regional Flavours. From wind-down acoustic tunes to bouncy beats and jazzy soulful melodies, The Sound Society has you covered while you indulge on rich regional wines and fresh artisanal snacks from the surrounding stalls. Groove to the likes of bluesy multi- instrumentalist favourites Dave Orr Band, and tap your feet to the Indie-Folk sounds of emerging Queensland talent Leonie Kingdom, who will be performing her hit single Night Terrors; as well as coastal duo, The Dreggs, and much more.

Time & Date

Sat 20 - Sun 21

July 2019

Opening Hours

10:00am-5:00pm

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The Sound Society

Saturday 20 July 2019
Time
Guest
10:00am - 12:00pm
Leonie Kingdom
Leonie Kingdom is an emerging Indie-folk Artist from South East Queensland, specialising in acoustic guitar, singing, song writing and live performance. Leonie’s first single, Night Terrors, hit number one on the Triple J Unearthed charts, and it’s feature in Channel 9’s Doctor Doctor gained her attention around the globe. To date, Leonie has performed at Tamworth Music Festival, The Gympie Muster, Heart of gold International Film Festival, Queenscliff Music Festival, alongside many other events around Australia.
12:30pm - 2:30pm
The Dreggs
Paddy Macrae and Zane Harris; a duo who came together on the Sunshine Coast to form The Dreggs. Growing up on the coastline, their music is heavily influenced by the ocean, which is a noticeable theme throughout their tracks. Their music can be described as Acoustic Indi-Folk, with two acoustic guitars, a foot-stomp, and a driving beat. The Dreggs find themselves writing tracks that make people tap their feet.
3:00pm - 5:00pm
Dave Orr Band
Dave Orr Band has become a fixture of the Brisbane music scene over the past decade. His breakthrough came with power pop trio, Numbers Radio – a band that scored national airplay through Triple J and a growing following drawn to the band’s ability to whip up smart pop tunes, providing an unforgettable live performance. Dave has always found a home with Bluesy guitar driven Americana, whether this be acoustic picking or blistering solos.
Sunday 21 July 2019
Time
Guest
10:00am - 12:00pm
LOA
LOA is the project of Nicole Loa McWalters, who was born in the tropical jungle islands of Papua New Guinea and raised between PNG, Hong Kong and Australia. For Nicole, music broke down many barriers from a young age and this crafted her mission- to create unity with her music. Nicole believes that the power of song concurs boundaries and binds us together in this fast and ever-changing world. Nicole has a soulful delivery and distinct sound, as well, she has played some of Australia's largest and most loved festivals.
12:30pm - 2:30pm
Dan Horne
One-man multi-instrumentalist, Dan Horne has joined forces with Funk, Jazz, Roots bass-man Brad Wenham, bringing an original and exciting element to his show. Specializing in folk infused blues/roots, Dan’s popular harmonica blowing, lapsteel playing and footstomping style, complements well with his folky songwriting, stage presence and catchy hooks.
3:00pm - 5:00pm
Andrea Kirwin
Hailing from the Sunshine Coast, the band is made up of Andrea Kirwin on vocals, acoustic guitar and cigar box guitar; Mitch Francis on the drums; Oj Newcomb on Bass and the talented Brodie Graham on electric guitar. Andrea's heartfelt lyrics are supported by this well-seasoned collection of performers, specialising in genres of Soul, Roots, Reggae, Funk, Hip Hop and Blues- reminiscent of bands from the 60s & 70s era of music.

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