14 - 18 SEPTEMBER 2022 | TICKETS ON SALE NOW

Thursday Music

Free Event

  • Thu 15
    6pm - 11pm
  • FREE
  • drop in/out
  • Prince's Square
  • Ages 18 and under must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times

The Bad Dad Orchestra Junction Arts Festival

Join us on Thursday night for a huge night of live music from some talented Tasmanian musicians. Entry is free! Bring your friends, grab dinner and settle in to see Isabel Rumble, Monique How, The Namesakes, Shoe and The Bad Dad Orchestra take to the Main Stage at Prince's Square.

Isabel Rumble

Isabel Rumble invites listeners into a cocoon of reflection on the subtleties of love, nature and human relationships.

Warm and clear vocals accompanied by acoustic guitar invokes artists of the folk genre, like Joni Mitchell and Laura Marling. Isabel’s intuitively crafted songs define an observant and soul-stirring emerging young artist.

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Isabel Rumble Junction Arts Festival

Monique How

Monique How is an acoustic singer/songwriter based in Launceston. Her indie tunes and strong vocals are heart felt and emotional and bound to catch your ear.

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Monique How Junction Arts Festival

The Namesakes

Launceston outfit The Namesakes play melodic, song-focused rock ‘n’ roll with flashes of 60s pop, classic punk, British and Australian indie and American college rock. They have released two EPs, a self-titled debut in 2018 and Super Computer in the December of last year. The latter received positive reviews on several independent music blogs. They recently supported Custard for the Tasmanian leg of their Respect the Form of 2022 tour.

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The Namesakes Junction Arts Festival

Shoe

Since their single ‘Egg’ was released in 2009 featuring a film clip by animator Felix Colgrave, Shoe’s popularity has continued to grow in the weirdest corners of the internet. After a brief/eight-year hiatus the group eventually dragged itself out of the mud and sticks where it had been enjoying its retirement and rejoined the world in 2019. Those weird, dank corners of the internet are going wild and the time has come for Shoe to return to their original birthplace - the live stages of Tasmania.

Shoe Junction Arts Festival

The Bad Dad Orchestra

Formed in 2015, The Bad Dad Orchestra presents a nine-piece partnership of fatherhood and friendship. Their driving rhythm section, guitars, keys and a three-piece horn-section deliver a unique yet familiar sound behind the front-man Jimi Steele.

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The Bad Dad Orchestra Junction Arts Festival

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