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Sun, 28 July

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The Evelyn Hotel

The Boîte x The Evelyn Present FLIGHT | LEAPS AND BOUNDS MUSIC FESTIVAL

FLIGHT is a multi-genre music showcase presented by The Boite and The Evelyn Hotel featuring some of Naarm's best musicians. From 2:30pm - 9:30pm, on Sunday 28th July, audiences will be treated to multi-genre performances.

The Boîte x The Evelyn Present FLIGHT | LEAPS AND BOUNDS MUSIC FESTIVAL
The Boîte x The Evelyn Present FLIGHT | LEAPS AND BOUNDS MUSIC FESTIVAL

Time & Location

28 July 2024, 2:30 pm – 9:30 pm

The Evelyn Hotel, 351 Brunswick St, Fitzroy VIC 3065, Australia

About the Event

FLIGHT is a multi-genre music showcase presented by The Boite and The Evelyn Hotel featuring some of Naarm's best musicians.

From 2:30pm - 9:30pm, on Sunday 28th July, audiences will be treated to multi-genre performances featuring live-looping, neo-soul, folk-pop, psych-funk, soul, Latin rhythms, and cultural instruments such as the Persian kamancheh as well as Eritrean and Ethiopian stringed instruments.

Featured acts include Lauren Sheree, Jad Pinnone, Itunu, Urlik Mageza, Sanaz Saadatfar, Chantelle Afatasi and 11:10 (Ten Past Eleven), plus a very special guest and cultural icon, celebrating their East African heritage, Chikchika!

Tickets - Pre-sale/Online: First Nations/Mob Tickets: $10 Concession + Boite Member: $15 General Admission: $20 Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible.

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FLIGHT is a multi-genre music showcase at The Evelyn presented by The Boite (‘bwaht’). It’ll feature some of Naarm’s best musicians, most of them coming from this year’s Boite Portfolio Project: a professional development program designed to empower and give creative and networking opportunities, resources, skills and assets for emerging culturally diverse musicians in Melbourne.

Delivered in partnership with City of Yarra, Inner North Foundation, Melbourne Polytechnic and Music Victoria, The Boite’s Portfolio Project is committed to breaking down barriers for culturally and linguistically marginalized communities and helping them enter the broader Australian music ecosystem.

The Boite respectfully acknowledges Traditional Custodians of the land upon which we live and work, the Wurundjeri Woiwurrong people of the Kulin Nation and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

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