- Radio National (Electric Fields)
‘Daft Punk meets Nina Simone in a deep forest.’
We open the Gardens this February with a hot new wave of contemporary artists – soulful innovators who fuse tropical beats and infectious grooves that transcend time.
Electric Fields, a duo of grinding electro-pop splendour, show us why they are tipped as the hottest new act in the country. With an angelic lead vocal evoking Anohni and Sia in each spine-tingling crescendo, they’ll take you to dizzying heights.
Closing the night are maestros Skinnyfish Sound System, remixing their catalogue of masters with live didj and beat poets who throw Arnhem Land rap with flair in a special extended set.
After the show, stick around for more good vibes as a Skinnyfish Sound System DJ gets behind the wheels of steel to close out our opening night party.
Please note, we had planned to kick off the evening with Kardajala Kirridarra, but unfortunately they have been unable to leave the NT due to flooding and won't be making it to Perth for this performance.
Images: Colleen Strangways, John Millard & Matsu
KOI CHILD DJS
When they aren’t busy touring the world as a killer seven-piece jazz/hip hop force, Koi Child can be found spinning a wide range of tunes from eclectic world, hip hop, jazz, house and dance influences. Let’s kickstart a season of Chevron Gardens bangers in style. From 6pm.
EAT DRINK DANCE
Join Perth’s best dinner party and dive into mouth-watering eats while the Gardens Stage serves up sizzling beats, no ticket necessary!
We’re bringing the bangers to the Chevron Gardens and there is no better way to get you moving than by you choosing your own live playlist. Book tickets to three or more gigs in a single online transaction and you will unlock a special 15% discount.
Purchase your Gardens Pass here.
9 Feb 2018