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SummerSalt returns to the Bay with global music sensation Tash Sultana
Triple J unearthed her. Coachella crowds love her. Now we get to see global Indie-pop sensation Tash Sultana live in our own backyard – on Glenelg Beach.
Headlining the SummerSalt beach concert on 8 December, Tash is a one-person powerhouse whose unique style has stunned fans at some of the world’s biggest music festivals.
She’ll be joined Adelaide’s own Stellie and George Alice – a Triple J Unearthed High winner; CLEWS, featuring Mollymook sisters Lily and Grace Richardson and Canadian-born artist Garret Kato.
The SummerSalt beach concert series takes place in Australia’s most picturesque locations and showcases the best home-grown and international artists, while shining a light on cultural attractions, local communities and sustainability.
Dance the afternoon away on the sand, soak up the sun or chill out in the VIP area.
The Glenelg Beach concerts continue into the new year with the CASTAWAY Festival already secured for 3 January 2020 and more beach concerts to be announced soon.
Tash Sultana is an explosive live artist who began her career recording songs on a GoPro in her bedroom. Fast forward a year and after the videos went viral, Tash soon began selling out major arenas around the world and recently played a standout set at Coachella and Lollapalooza. The self-taught artist has mastered more than 12 instruments since she was gifted a guitar at the age of three.
George Alice is a 16-year-old from Adelaide who has already garnered attention from the music world after her debut track ‘Circles’ won Triple J’s Unearthed High competition, beating more than 1500 teenage entrants.
CLEWS is the fresh new project from Mollymook sisters Lily and Grace Richardson who have enjoyed a meteoric rise in their inceptive 12 months as a touring group, courtesy of their first two singles ‘Museum’ and ‘Crushed’.
Garret Kato was born in Canada and landed in Byron Bay 9 years ago, with not much more than a bag of clothes and his guitar. With more than 20 million worldwide streams on Spotify to date, Garret is looking ahead to a big year of touring and releasing a new collection of music.
Stellie is a singer/songwriter from Adelaide who’s featured on Triple J’s Unearthed website.
Pre-sale starts Friday 6 September through Ticketmaster.
General admission tickets go on sale Tuesday 10 September through Ticketmaster.