Jeremiah Johnson is playing at the final Sound Feast for this year. Picture: Contributed
Jeremiah Johnson is playing at the final Sound Feast for this year. Picture: Contributed

Sound Feast announces final 2019 line-up

ROUND off the year with great music with the final Sound Feast of free and live family-friendly entertainment at The J, Noosa.

The popular event will be held on Friday, November 8, and the audience can expect another great line-up of bands and entertainers including Fat Picnic, Cigany Weaver, Jeremiah Johnson and VYN (Jeunae Rogers).

The explosive onstage energy of Fat Picnic has audiences jumping and double-handed sky punching through a plethora of roots music genres.

The band’s unique sound emphasises soulful pop sensibilities, pumping ska sequences and raw, hard-hitting dub-reggae earthquakes.

Formed out of a love for the legendary partnership between Django Reinhardt and Stéphane Grapelli, Cigány Weaver is one of Australia’s most exciting gypsy-jazz ensembles, with a dedicated and passionate following around the country.

Cigany Weaver.
Cigany Weaver.

The band’s sound is reminiscent of jazz manouche, traditional swing and Romani music, interwoven with compelling originals and reinterpretations of classics from popular culture.

Through virtuosic and energetic live performances, Cigány Weaver invokes everything from subtle toe-tapping to exuberant dancefloor foot-stomping.

Jeremiah Johnson is an indelible, lofty acoustic guitar-driven songwriter with detailed lyrics, memorable stories and noteworthy guitar playing. He travels across the land with his family in their big camper.

Also appearing on the night is stunning local singer VYN (Jeunae Rogers).

This community event is suitable for all ages and everyone is welcome. The theatre has seating, a full bar and hot food available from 6pm.

Visit www.thej.com.au



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