Concert for Sheds

Project info

This intimate concert is presented in partnership with the owner of a fabulous rural shed in the Gold Coast Hinterland. Listen to Andrew Tuttle and Mzaza raise the corrugated iron roof in a stunning concert, with new works composed especially for BLEACH* in 2021. This will be a unique one-off event with limited capacity, so be sure to save your place!

Date: Saturday 12 Mar 2022
Performance Times: 12:30pm and 3:30pm
Performance Duration: 75 minutes
General Admission Tickets: $20


As the performance is held on a private property you will receive the address of the performance 48 HOURS before the performance.

All tickets for Concert for Sheds are general admission and seating is unallocated. The performance will take place outdoors without cover. While a small number of stools will be provided, audience members are encouraged to bring their own chairs or picnic blankets.

To attend this event you are required to be fully vaccinated in line with the Queensland Government directive. Upon arrival at this event you will need to provide proof of vaccination status – either digital or hard copy – or present a vaccination certificate or valid exemption for guests 16+.

Concert for Sheds consists primarily of music and sound based performances.
The event will take place at a private residence, outdoors without cover. A combination of grassed, bitumen and gravel surfaces need to be traversed to get to the audience seating area. Some parking spots close to the venue will be reserved specifically for patrons requiring accessible parking.
Please contact the friendly BLEACH* Team via email or phone for any enquiries regarding access needs: 0755256468 | [email protected]

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This project is supported by Thyne Reid Foundation.

Artist info

About the Concert for Sheds Artists

Two-time Queensland Music Award winners MZAZA are committed to delivering Balkan-French inspired compositions to music lovers around the world. Led by enchanting French-Sephardic vocalist Pauline Maudy, this group of musicians from Bosnia, Latvia, Greece, Turkey, France and Australia has been mesmerising audiences with powerful and inspired performances.

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A well-kept secret of the Australian underground scene, the instrumental music of composer, improviser and collaborator Andrew Tuttle floats between ambient, cosmic country and folk, inhabiting a place all its own. Over four albums, touring throughout Europe and Australia and collaborations including with Matmos, Steve Gunn and Charlie Parr; Tuttle's work has been broadcast and critically acclaimed by internationally respected outlets such as BBC Radio, Uncut, MOJO, The Wire, ABC Radio National and The Guardian.

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Neranwoods | Image: Claudio Kirac, Art-Work Agency