Feast, Adelaide’s LGBTIQ Queer Arts and Cultural Festival, officially kicks off on Saturday, November 10, and headlining at the opening night will be Gamble Breaux from The Real Housewives of Melbourne.
Headlining, you say? Yes indeed – Gamble, along with co-writers and producers Leon Todorovic and Troy Nababan, has written a song exclusively for Feast.
Fire and Fury is the track, and Gamble and her band will be performing the song live for the very first time in Australia at Feast’s launch event.
The song is an anthem to celebrate pride and diversity that coincides with the anniversary of the same-sex marriage survey results announcement.
“Fire and Fury is about empowerment, to embrace who you are and proudly show it to the rest of the world,” says Gamble.
“The legalisation of same-sex marriage was huge last year for Australia, I was so proud that it happened as it was a sense of relief particularly for Luke [Wolfe, Gamble’s stepson] because it was such a difficult time for him to have the validity of his human rights questioned like many other Australians.”
Joining Gamble on the opening night stage will be Miss Burlesque Adelaide 2018 winner, Vivienne Von Coffin, alt-country band Bad Habits, Adelaide DJ sensation Seb Jay, gender transcendent Melbourne based diva Mama Alto and many more.
The festival runs from November 10-25. See the full Feast Festival program here.