Edith Street will be the heart of the inaugural Wynnum Fringe, a pedestrian playground allowing patrons to coast between venues, food trucks, outdoor bars, art installations and pop-up performances against the glorious backdrop of Moreton Bay.
Free entry but registrations are essential each day for contact tracing.
WHAT'S ON: FRIDAY, 13TH NOVEMBER
5pm - Camaron De La Vega and Friends
Camaron De La Vega brings together this trio of extraordinary talent, with roots in Gypsy Jazz, Flamenco, Blues and beyond. Formed out of a desire to stretch the boundaries of genre, and put their personal stamp on the music that inspires them the most.
All three members have a deep love of Django Reinhardt, and the modern movement in Jazz Manouche. Blending classic repertoire with original compositions, their sound is a rich tapestry of melody, harmonies and rhythms from swinging to funky.
7:30pm - From Johnny to Jack
An unmissable concert experience celebrating Australian icon, John Farnham.
Twenty years before Whispering Jack became the highest selling album in Australian history, a teenager named Johnny Farnham stormed onto the Australian music scene with the unconventional smash hit Sadie (The Cleaning Lady). From Johnny to Jack explores the greatest untold comeback story in Australia rock and roll history.
Journey with Australian vocal superstar Luke Kennedy (The Voice, The Ten Tenors, Swing On This) and his world-class band through an extraordinary catalogue of Farnham’s hits including Playing To Win, One, Don’t You Know It’s Magic, Please Don’t Ask Me, Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head, Sadie, and You’re The Voice.
“When you close your eyes, it’s easy to imagine that Kennedy IS Farnham” - Stage Whispers
8:45pm - LAI UTOVOU
2018 winner of Channel 7's hit talent show "All Together Now" (ATN) with a reach of over 5 million viewers nationally, embodies what it means to be "The Greatest Showman."
Ronan Keating says of LAI;
"He has been amazing, his energy, his passion, his vocal ability, just everything!
He delivers on so many levels; he deserves to win."
From performances in the USA and in Asia to Australia's iconic Opera House, as well as in his country of birth, Fiji, LAI has had the honour of sharing the stage in support roles with renown artists such as Adele, Brian McKnight, Maxwell, Angie Stone, Jill Scott, Paramore, Guy Sebastian, James Morrison, Stan Walker, Luke Kennedy, Naomi Price and many more.
Inspired by legendary artists the likes of Stevie Wonder, Prince and Bob Marley, and often likened to Bruno Mars and even the great Michael Jackson, LAI's voice deftly travels from classic Motown to Current Pop, and everything in between!
Don’t believe me... just watch.