There’s a brand new all-female music festival coming to Adelaide this November, presented by Woodville Town Hall and Onya Soapbox.
The November Nights festival will be held at the burgeoning music hub, Woodville Town Hall and will be celebrated over two nights, Friday 8 November and Saturday 9 November.
November Nights celebrates soul, storytelling, diversity, and strength, which will be represented in the powerhouse performances from a wide range of Australian artists, including some of our favourite South Aussie singers.
On the first night, there will be performances from Mojo Juju, Ella Hooper and Adelaide’s own Alana Jagt.
Alana Jagt rounds up the entertainment for the Friday night, and since releasing her debut EP Wilderness in 2017, she has been seen at multiple festivals including Handpicked.
On Saturday night, festival-goers will be able to dance along to Thando, Caiti Baker, Karen Lee Andrews, and finally Adelaide born and raised Jay Power, fresh off the tour for her latest album The Missing.
Blending urban beats, funk and neo soul, Jay’s sound features strong grooves, lyrical truths and soaring vocals. “I’m so excited for November Nights, ” she tells Glam.
“I’m excited about the quality of acts on the bill, and about the style. I’ve never seen a bill like this in Adelaide, with such a high quality selection of acts spanning across this genre. I love this kind of music, so it’s really exciting to see all these artists doing something so different and so fresh.”
Speaking of her return to her SA hometown, Jay says, “To be home in the place I love, and a venue that’s just around the corner from my house, is just brilliant. I’m genuinely thrilled to have been added to the line-up and I cannot wait.”
What can we expect from Jay Power on the night? As well as playing brand new tracks from her latest album, The Missing, the Adelaide star will also be throwing in some yet-to-be-released tracks.
“It’s going to be a real mix. I have some songs that I’m trialling for my new EP. It’s the first time I’ve turned my hand to producing all by myself, it’s been an exciting journey and I cannot wait for everyone to hear.”
Built in 1927 and lovingly restored, Woodville Town Hall is the newest venue in South Australia to showcase unique live music, dance, theatre and community events in support of local artists.
There will be free on-site and street parking for festivalgoers and there is also easily accessible public transport available as well.
Definitely a chance to celebrate some great Australian female talents and take in the great atmosphere at the Woodville Town Hall.
This new festival comes off the success of the venue’s inaugural ALTFEST in June of this year.
Tickets are $40 a night or $60 for both nights and can be purchased here: http://woodvilletownhall.com.au/
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