Fridays on the Lawn

Fridays on the Lawn returns from Fri 22 Jan.

With the smooth sounds from local musicians floating in the background, free entry, and a selection of your favourite drinks available for purchase from the Lawn Bar,  all you need to do is bring a comfy blanket to sit on (or pull up a chair in the Lawn Bar) and some good vibes.

Upcoming artists include Trichonomy, Lawson Doyle, Sharni x Kahlia, Jamie Lee Wilson and many more to be announced.

Fridays on the Lawn takes place 4-7pm, with music from 4.30-6.30pm.

Presented by HOTA, Home of the Arts

Rae Leigh

Fri 22 Jan

Rae Leigh’s sound is described as mix of Amy Winehouse, Beyoncé and Sandi Thom. She will be performing a range of released and unreleased original songs that she has written and co-written with people all over the world. Find A Better Day, a welcome invitation of positivity and connection after 2020, is an early single from her EP Powered by Love, which is due for release in March 2021.

Rae Leigh is also the host of the podcast Songwriter Trysts, which features local, national and international guests, and is a safe space for artists to share their stories and discuss the art of writing songs. Her songs have received over 80KL streams on Apply and Spotify.


Fri 29 Jan

Trichotomy are one of Australia’s most inventive contemporary music ensembles. So much more than a traditional jazz trio, this group expands the capacities of the classic piano/bass/drums combination by skilfully blending dense, exciting improvisations and delicate atmospherics, conjuring up sounds of modern jazz, ambient music, avant-garde rock, free improvisation and contemporary classical music

Ella Fence

Fri 5 Feb

Award winning songwriter & performer Ella Fence (Gold Coast) is a power-femme artist who embraces reinvention and experimentation within her music. She’s been described as a musical “shape-shifter”. Ella has toured and performed in USA, Berlin, England (including Great Escape Festival, Alternative Escape), Canada (Canadian Music Week), and Norway, as well nationally across Australia.

“Like a lone conductor standing in front of a tsunami of sound, Ella Fence bends music to do her sonic bidding” – Triple J

“Ella has a f***ing sensational voice. Supporting her now is like buying bitcoin when it cost $200” – Hit 105

“Ella Fence composes lyrical masterpieces” – Brisbane Times

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