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Fri, 29 Oct 2021, 8:00PM

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Dates

29 Oct 2021

Duration 2hrs

Times

Fri, 29 Oct 2021, 8:00PM

Venue

Nexus Arts

Suitability

All Ages

Prices

A Reserve

Adult $35.00

Concession $30.00

Family (1A+2C) $72.00

Family (2A+2C) $100.00

Child $20.00

Fees & Charges

A one off service and handling fee of $8.95 applies per transaction; this is regardless of the number or value of items purchased.

Warning

Contains strobe lighting and haze effects

Concession includes

Pensioner, Senior, Fulltime Student with ID, Unemployed

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Adelaide Premiere | Australia | Philippines

With over 7,000 islands worth of musical style, the Philippines know how to throw a party.

Connecting with Filipino or ‘Pinoy’ communities across Australia, Adelaide-born music producer and DJ Kuya James (Kuya meaning ‘older brother’) mixes old and new school songs of the Philippines to bring both elders and new generations together under a universal love of music. Garnering national respect as an artist/producer and spins on Triple j, he returns home for a scorching feast of tribal beats, Asian samples and enough bass synths to put the venue PA through its paces.

A joyous celebration of heritage, Pinoy Street Party takes over the block with the freshest MCs, singers, musicians and DJs from Darwin to Adelaide. Including local street food and entertainment for the whole family, this will be a night of hip hop, remixes and culture unlike any the city has seen before.

Darwin crew:
Kuya James
Emcille Wills
Serina Pech
Iselle Grosskopf (PHLtheBeat)

Adelaide crew:
Brian Ruiz
Ben-Hur Winter
Kissey Gulle
Clai Pasion
James Sace
Becky Blake
Jennifer Trijo
Thina
Nicole Vergara
Kent Klakhaeng
Aksel Lor Encho
Miggy Hutton
Dangerous Trio

WORKSHOP AVAILABLE
Learn from the prolific Australian producer on creating innovative work and finding your audience, with specific focus on his recent project Pinoy Street Party.
TUES 26 OCT 5pm
DURATION 60 mins

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IMAGE | Duane Preston

Presented by Adelaide Festival Centre's OzAsia Festival