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Saturday February 24

Saturday February 24

Saturday February 24

Saturday February 24

When?

24 February 2018

Joining us on Saturday February 24? 

What a great day of live music we have to keep you entertained as you stroll through the Original Eumundi Markets, with live music across four zones.

Playing his own brand of funky afro-inspired journeyman music is Hayden Hack.  Hayden's songs represent the emotional and cultural influences of his personal interactions and paint a musical picture for his audience to experience.  Find Hayden on main stage from 9am.

Alisha Todd will be sharing her new found affection for jazz fusion and music inspired by personal adventure at the Amphitheatre.

Sharing their conscious roots, world, reggae, and folk music of the heart, for the heart and from the heart is Mapstone Music, who you'll find at 'The Food Hub' on Second Terrace, and husband and wife duo Matty and Lauren James aka Tribal Groove will be entertaining our market goers at The RailwayBuilding.

 

Hayden Hack
Hailing from the liberated musical landscape of modern South Africa, Hayden Hack left his homeland some 12 years ago to travel the world and develop his craft and songwriting skills. Playing his own brand of funky afro-inspired journeyman music in some of the worlds largest cities, Hayden retells stories about the world from a viewpoint only a traveling artisan can. His songs represent the emotional and cultural influences of his personal interactions and paint a musical picture for his audience to experience.
Tribal Groove
Formed in 2016, the Tribal Groove trio is husband and wife Matt and Lauren James and Matt Aitchison. Their debut release 'Dreamtime' hit the airways with a bang, landing festival gigs with the 'housey dance' tracks and a fast growing fan base.
Mapstone Music
Mapstone Music have quickly emerged onto the roots music scenes in Australia, Canada and Bali. Together for just 19 months they have been moving the dance floor and delighting ears wherever they go. Their conscious roots, world, reggae, and folk music is of the heart, for the heart and from the heart.
Alisha Todd
With a new profound affection for jazz infusion, the vocal rhythm encountered in late night street ciphers and the vivid beauty of diverse landscapes imprinted on the back of her eyelids, Alisha shares a personal story of an adventure that belongs to everyone.

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