8pm Saturday 2 April Book Tickets
All Ages Concert
The Beamish Brothers feat. Jude York (as seen on Eurovision Australia Decides) take to the Empire stage.
The two Beamish Brothers have gained international acclaim for harmonising with fresh songwriting ideas that hone in on their signature acoustic style. The duo also send strong messages through their music addressing all kinds of social issues and topics.
A feature of The Beamish Brothers' Fresh Twist set will be Jude York, a refreshingly unique, 22 year-old, musician. Jude has arrived on the international music scene with surprising haste, a flurry of interest and over 20 million streams already under his belt.
Jude York has honed his proficient skills as a singer, songwriter and producer and the results are breathtakingly beautiful, journey driven, musical delicacies.
Jude York performed his own original song 'I Won't Need to Dream' in Eurovision Australia Decides 2022, placing 8th out of 11 contestants.
Then one of Australia's most exciting new musicians, Tia Gostelow takes the stage.
Tia matches her unique voice with rich instrumentals and coming-of-age experiences through lush landscapes and danceable 80's influences.
Catch Tia Gostelow as she bursts onto the Empire Theatre stage with hits from her latest album "Chrysalis", her follow up to the award-winning album, "Thick Skin".
At 21, Tia Gostelow has just shy of 15 million streams of her song "Strangers", certified GOLD and two Triple J feature albums. At the 2019 Queensland Music Awards, Tia made history as the youngest musician to win Album of the Year for "Thick Skin".
In 2021, "Chrysalis" was nominated for the National Indigenous Music Awards Album of the Year and for Best Independent Pop Album by the Australian Independent Records Awards (AIR Awards).
Triple J says "Tia's ... worthy of any pop queen in-the-making".
"Thick Skin was a hell of a debut for Tia Gostelow". Tone Deaf
"It's Tia at her very best with a big pop moment in the hook, refined and emotional lyricism and dynamic production diving further into pop territory." Purple Sneakers
"Chrysalis is a confident collection of effectively-crafted pop songs that see Gostelow flow between lonely lo-fi bedroom musings to fully fledged dance floor bangers with a breezy confidence." Tone Deaf Australia
Fresh Twist features Tia Gostelow
The Beamish Brothers featuring Jude York (as soon on Eurovision)
Mason Watts and Cloe Terare
Saturday 2 April - 8pm - BOOK TICKETS
Empire Theatre Main Stage
All Tickets - $32
All ages entry