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Saturday, 21 June 2014 from 7:00 PM - Sunday, 22 June 2014 to 4:00 AM + Add to calendar21/06/2014 19:0022/06/2014 04:00Australia/SydneyFete de la MusiqueFete de la Musique Saturday, 21 June 2014 from 7:00 PM - Sunday, 22 June 2014 to 4:00 AM (AUS Eastern Standard Time) Organiser Francois XXXXXXXXXXXXXX Address Jam Gallery 195 Oxford Street Bondi Junction NSW 2022 Australia Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/17607/fete_de_la_musique.aspxJam Gallery
195 Oxford Street
Bondi Junction NSW 2022
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PS: PLEASE NOTE THAT EVEN THOUGH SALES ARE CLOSED VIA STICKY TICKETS STARTING 3PM, YOU CAN STILL BUY TICKETS AT THE DOOR FOR $15!
La Fete de la Musique is a lively street music festival which has been taking place in France for more than 30 years to celebrate the first day of summer. On 21 June, come and get a taste of one of France's most popular event at the Jam Gallery! Performing will be numerous Live Bands, including Elodie Sablier,Titty Twister, and Freaks in Love.The French Mafia DJ Crew - Charles Lilaim, Dave DJ and Funkytronic will also be mixing live the best of the French Touch house music to get you up and dancing.
French iconic brand Le Coq Sportif as well as CartellMusic (So Frenchy so Chic) will be supporting the event with many prizes to be won. Join us at La Fete de la Musique to celebrate winter in style!
Future fuzz risque pop rockers, The Freaks in Love walk a Gainsbourg tightrope and dance a Grace Jones discotheque. Freaks in Love are platinum selling producer/songwriter Ilan Kidron of The Potbelleez and international award winning filmmaker/performer Samantha Rebillet. From bedroom beginnings and a combined passion for music and film, they are melodic lovers romancing the mercurial moon. They'll leave you wanting more than just a French kiss.
"In Australia, Elodie Sablier has found a new music - individual, intimate and frequently exquisite" is how French Pianist and Composer Elodie Sablier was recently described by the Sydney Morning Herald. Having trained at the world-famous Conservatoires of Lyon and Paris, Elodie is blessed with incredible technique and a sublime delicacy of touch. With the influence of several years on the Sydney jazz and alternative music scene, Elodie delivers a touching honesty in her sound that pushes the boundaries of classical music in her own inimitable style.
Titty Twister is a multicultural band from Sydney's Northern Beaches mixing French, American, Kiwi and Scottish musicians. From an original rock influence at its beginning, Titty Twister's music has evolved into an eclectic rock style mixing the pristine voice of the singer songwriter with original songs and covers. The diversity of Titty Twister's music will take you on a journey that will delight you and put you in a gleeful mood.
French Mafia crew, with at its nucleus Charles Lilaim and Dave DJ, who have known each other since the cradle and for more than a decade have been playing and representing french touch house music on the international scene at some of the most iconic places you can think of, will for sure make you think "oulala" with their "je ne sais quoi", while you uncontrollably move your body to their french touch beats and productions.