Edith Street - Sat, 14th Nov

A pedestrian playground allowing patrons to coast between venues, food trucks, outdoor bars, art installations and pop-up performances.

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: SATURDAY, 14TH NOVEMBER

10am - Bay Samba

So what is so unique about this little percussion band BaySamba? It’s a bit eccentric, a diverse cohort, and as one member put it a ‘pensioners brigade’; 4 under 60 ... that’s what is special about this band! Elders’ ‘having a go’ is a great thing and, playing Samba, of all music!! BaySamba love to get dressed up, entertain, have a great time with loads of laughs, and have enjoyed entertaining at several festivals the past three years.

 

11am - Bayside Session Band

12pm - Wynnum EACH Ukulele Group

12.30pm - Mates Rates

Featuring a quartet of male singers “Mates Rates” showcases Contemporary and Traditional music incorporating four part vocal harmony in true A’capella style.

1pm - Lucid Safari 

Lucid Safari is the new reggae coastal rock project of Brisbane musician Daniel J. Lewis. After performing for 10 years as a live-looping soloist, Lewis’ ambitions took a turn in the spring of 2019. On a perspective changing night with a close friend, Lewis realised his wish was to play in a band with a specific sound and energy. This was the conceptual birth of Lucid Safari, and his debut single ‘Walking Free’ was written the next day. Lucid Safari hosts a rotation of rising and accomplished musicians to translate Lewis' sonic vision in the studio and on the live stage, featuring drums, bass, guitars, keys and vocals.

1.30pm - Mates Rates 

2pm - Songbirds Showcase  

A collaboration of three unique Gold Coast ‘Songbirds’ - Hannah Campbell, Alisha Todd, and Tasha, supported by local musicians Scott French (Cheap Fakes, French Butler Called Smith), Sam Besmehn-Burt and Adam Corocher. This is an exchange of energy, a seamless weaving of 3 unique voices and characters. Come for the 4 part harmonies and original music, stay for the captivating story-telling and reworked classics. 

3.30pm - HarpWaves 

Jillian Praeger spends hours playing a a beautiful 36 string carbon fibre lever harp with electronic pick up. She has found the harp to be the perfect vehicle for spreading relaxation and healing to the people with whom I share my variety of music.

4pm - The Aspect of Dance

The Hunters Dance Group is a group of dancers and artists brought together by passion and the aim to help artists to achieve their dreams. With diverse dance backgrounds and ethnicities our projects are exciting and inspiring. Together we express our vision of dance and art to the world.

4.30pm - Cocoloco

Cocoloco’s work has been described as “the high art of madness to perfection”, as they delve into David Lynch’s notebook and present Salvador Dali-esque, truly bizarre street theatre. A performance company with a love of the unexpected, Cocoloco brings anarchic, eye-catching, quirky and wildy funny peripatetic performance to theatre festivals throughout the world!

5pm - Melon the Human 

Melon the human is just a human, just like you. A performer for Cirque du Soleil, crippled by Covid, now a high school teacher and making appearances much like this.

6pm - Sizzle 

Featuring some of Brisbane's most delicious drag performers, be delighted as they celebrate everything from sausage sizzles and sunburns, to backyard cricket and bunnings.

6.30pm - Nix

7pm - Songbirds Showcase  

A collaboration of three unique Gold Coast ‘Songbirds’ - Hannah Campbell, Alisha Todd, and Tasha, supported by local musicians Scott French (Cheap Fakes, French Butler Called Smith), Sam Besmehn-Burt and Adam Corocher. This is an exchange of energy, a seamless weaving of 3 unique voices and characters. Come for the 4 part harmonies and original music, stay for the captivating story-telling and reworked classics. 

7.45pm - Georgia Dutton

Georgia Dutton is a Brisbane-based singer/songwriter whose whole life has been built around her passion for music. At only 16 years old, Georgia released her debut single, Bittersweet Love, which amassed over 70,000 streams in only three short months. Now aged 18 and with over 330,000 streams combined, her career can only go upwards, and her plans for the future are to create and collaborate as much as possible. 

8.15pm - Noralyn

Noralyn is a Brisbane based singer-songwriter of imaginative, piano-driven indie pop. With a background in classical piano, a distinctly emotive voice and quirky lyrical imagery, her music is often described as reminiscent of 80's songstresses Tori Amos and Kate Bush. Noralyn has released two EP's: Lucid Dreaming (2018) and Mercy in Madness (2017).  

9.15pm - Hope D 

Hailing from Brisbane, alt pop-rock artist Hope D began writing and playing music at the early age of 9 years old. The second she turned 18 she began incessantly hitting the stages across the city, growing her live performances into an infectious and compelling mix of free flowing lyrics and layered acoustic guitar riffs.

 



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