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Whyalla uneARTh Festival 2021

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City of Whyalla, Media Release, 17 March 2021

Back with a brand new format, Whyalla’s award winning uneARTh Festival is sure to offer a great experience for everyone.

UneART Festival poster

uneARTh Festival 2021 is nearly here! Join us this March as Whyalla comes alive with a program bursting with local talent and touring artists – from circus, music, cabaret and more!

Across Whyalla and more than 10 days of events and activities, there will be fun for everyone!

Source : Whyalla City Council

This MINI MUSIC FESTIVAL is going to be huge!

Head along to Roopena Football & Sporting Club, 19-31 Fisk St, Whyalla on Saturday 27 March from 3:00 – 10:00pm.

Feel the festival vibe with live music from Paper Sunsets, Jack Daw, Brie Ryan and Jones & the Buzzkill.

There will be Bar & Food facilities available as well as raffles, competitions, prizes, entertainment & DANCING!

This event is limited to 199 people, so grab your tickets early – $25 for 7 hours of music sounds like a pretty awesome trade.

Paper Sunsets finally get their shot at the uneARTh Festival due to last year’s ‘hiccup’ and are back with an incredible support line-up of local bands including Jackdaw, Brie Ryan and Jones and the Buzzkill.

Source : Whyalla City Council and Paper Sunsets

PAPER SUNSETS: A positive and infatuating style of music, the group immediately impacted strongly on the music scene in 2018 with their support slot for comedy trio Aunty Donna’s album tour and their singles, “Heartbreak” and “Wild at Heart”.

Alternative versions of these songs are available with Japanese lyrics, an innovative idea seldom associated with other Australian bands.

Their recent EP, “VOA” expands the band’s style by combining groovy instrumental riffs, ambient pop synths and infatuating hook lyrics, delivered with the familiar energy known to band, as is especially evident in their stage presence in their live shows.

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