Ngaiire

South Brisbane, Brisbane Area

Singer, songwriter and force of nature vocal powerhouse Ngaiire takes centre stage at Brisbane Festival.

She’s played at Glastonbury, written music for dance companies, collaborated with fashion designers and created sound installations for MONA FOMA. Her second album ‘Blastoma’ – a collaboration with producer pals Paul Mac and Jack Grace, with songwriting contributions from Megan Washington – transcends musical boundaries with its layered harmonies and rhythms.

Ngaiire is without doubt one of Australia’s most unique, eclectic and fearless artists, as evidenced by her electric shows, spine-tingling vocal deliveries and bold costumes.

Event Dates

This event occurs once only on:
28 September 2017

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The Courier-Mail Magic Mirrors Spiegeltent
Address:
Cultural Forecourt South Bank
South Brisbane
Queensland, Australia 4101

Cultural Forecourt South Bank
South Brisbane,
Queensland
Australia

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