Saturday Music

  • SAT 17
    12:30pm - 12am
  • $25
  • drop in/out
  • Prince's Square
  • Free entry before 7pm | Kids under 16 free | Ages 18 and under must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times

Book Tickets
Emma Donovan & The Putbacks Junction Arts Festival

The Main Stage at Prince's Square will play host to 10 incredible acts on Saturday. Settle in for a relaxed day of live tunes in the sunshine, or party into the night with headliners Emma Donovan + The Putbacks! Entry is free before 7pm.

Acres 12:30pm

Cost: Free

ACRES are a four-piece band hailing from nipaluna/Hobart. Their their newest musical line-up takes you on playful adventures in sound through shared lead vocals, thoughtful lyricism and quirky arrangements. They have recently released a single titled "Wisdom".

Acres Junction Arts Festival

Seth Henderson 1:30pm

Cost: Free

Seth Henderson will put a laugh in your heart and a lump in your throat. There’s folky goosebumps and rocky rebellion weaving through these stories from the bottom of the world. For better or worse, in no particular order.

Seth Henderson Junction Arts Festival

Lune River 2:45pm

Cost: Free

Forming at the beginning of 2021, Lune River are a Rock ’n’ Roll group from nipaluna. Meeting each other during their school days, the band have always had a shared love for the music of the 60s and the movements born out of it. Their sound is shaped by their affinity with adventurous psych-rock jams and their belief in organic songwriting, giving them a fluid array of melodic noises.

Lune River Junction Arts Festival

ISLA KA (solo) 4:30pm

Cost: Free

Frankie Andrew is a singer songwriter from lutruwita/Tasmania now based in Canberra on Ngunnawal Country. Front woman of indie band ISLA KA, Frankie will be performing her songs stripped back and heartfelt. Featuring lyrics that are gut-felt and tender, vocals that are full of strength and nuance, and melodies that are dreamily infectious with an alt-pop sensibility.

ISLA KA Junction Arts Festival

Teresa Dixon 5:45pm

Cost: Free

From one side of Bass Strait to the other, Teresa Dixon writes and plays gritty alt country & folk songs of love, loss & hope. Teresa has played many of the country’s major folk festivals as a soloist and member of trad country-folk trios, The Stragglers and The Little Sisters and convict folk punk outfit The Dead Maggies.

Teresa Dixon Junction Arts Festival

Ben Lawless 7pm

Ben Lawless draws from a colourful musical background, playing music about the Australian country side and its characters along side folk standards from a simpler time.

Ben Lawless Junction Arts Festival

Cathy Diver 8pm

Singer-songwriter Cathy Diver writes intimate alt-country and folk songs cast tender vignettes, shifting and sunburnt. Based between lutruwita/Tasmania and Ngunnawal Country, she has toured significantly and supported the likes of Julia Jacklin, Didirri, Tim Rogers and Carla Geneve, as well as co-forming indie label, Undine Records, in 2020.

Cathy Diver Junction Arts Festival

Laphrodisiac 9pm

LAPHRODISIAC are a four piece, groove inducing collective, consisting of Shanice Osita Chuku, Corey Gilham, Heidi Maguire and Beau Thomas. Enjoy LAPHRODISIAC filling the airwaves with an essence of Neo-Soul, fusing all things funky across a tight rhythm section, syrup-like melodies and ambient keys.

Laphrodisiac Junction Arts Festival

EWAH + The Vision of Paradise 10pm

EWAH & The Vision of Paradise are based in Hobart, Tasmania. Their sound is often cited as cinematic, merging post-punk and new wave. EWAH & The Vision of Paradise’ debut release, Everything Fades to Blue captured attention nationally and internationally and was longlisted for the Australian Music Prize (The AMP) 2017. The band were one of ten featured The AMP longlisted acts to play showcases around Australia.

EWAH The Vision of Paradise Junction Arts Festival

Emma Donovan + The Putbacks 11:05pm

Acclaimed Indigenous vocalist Emma Donovan and Melbourne rhythm combo The Putbacks first burst on to the Australian scene with their album Dawn in 2014, announcing a new voice in Australian soul music. After six years, the band reunited launching Crossover in 2020 to great acclaim. Emma’s songwriting is optimistic, impassioned, and bruisingly honest, The Putbacks’ music is fluid, live and raw, and the collaboration has won friends and admirers all over the world.

Emma Donovan & The Putbacks Junction Arts Festival

Book Tickets

Tickets are non-refundable except in circumstances such as the cancellation of an event or forced changes due to COVID-19.

Tickets will be scanned at Front of House before entry. Please bring your ticket on a mobile device, or a hard copy of your ticket to the event.

Get in touch with us at info@junctionartsfestival.com.au if you have any booking queries.

Live Music - Saturday

Saturday 17th September @ 07:00pm - 12:00am

Ticket Type Price Quantity
Full $25.00

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