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Newsletter, 28 July 2022
We are well and truly in build mode at Festival Park, with bamboo, fish, festooning and jellyfish all being installed as we speak. Our outdoor ticketed venue, INPEX Sunset Stage, is taking shape and artists Trent Lee and Jason Lee are currently giving it a new look for 2022. There is so much comedy, cabaret and music to enjoy inside the venue - every night of the Festival except Mondays in fact - that we couldn't possibly mention it here, so here are some of the highlights ... We're opening and closing the stage with cabaret - The Legend of Queen Kong on Fri 5 and Sat 6 August and YUMMY Iconic Fri 19-Sun 21 August. Our huge music line-ups starts on Fri 5 August with the divine voice of Australia's Queen of Soul, Emma Donovan with incredible soul outfit The Putbacks. The great gigs continue all through the Festival and finish on a true high with Sunshine and Disco Faith Choir on Sat 20 August and Ngaiire on Sun 21 August. We've thrilled to have Ario Parks, Alex the Astronaut, Elsy: Wamey:o, TroP-ical F Storm and Confidence Man all taking in the Top End while on tour. They're joined by the likes of Jaguar Jonze who's just finished her debut album dates and Telenova about to launch and tour a new EP. And if that wasn't enough to get you moving and grooving, don't forget Club Awi is on late every Friday and Saturday. Where better to get your open air club vibes! Comedy is also king on the INPEX Sunset Stage and we guarantee laughs aplenty with Zoe Coombs Marr, TriP-od.and Dilruk Jay:asinha just to name a few! There is so much incredible entertainment to experience, make sure you make a night of it at Festival Park. Order an AntiP-asto Box or indulge in a Festival Feast from one of our onsite vendors. And of course keep up the fluids - we
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