Share the Spirit Festival

Sunday, 26 January 2020 - 12:00pm
Treasury Gardens, 2-18 Spring Street, East Melbourne
Victoria

Free festival @sharethespirit .
All welcome.

There is so much amazing talent in this country. It’s beautiful to see culture so present and so strong. Come and share in the culture.

Rochelle Pitt will play Share The Spirit for the first time in 2020. Don’t miss it!⁣

Rochelle Pitt is a Butchulla/Kalkadoon and traditional owner of Quandamooka Nation who started singing and performing at a young age in the churches and choirs of Far North Queensland.⁣

Her long journey has forged a powerful voice that celebrates the strength, beauty and love within all of us. In her early twenties, Rochelle had breakout success with her original tracks “Too Deadly My Sister” and “Black to Reality” from her seminal EP Black to Reality, an uplifting and inspirational ode to her First Nation people. The conviction of her live performances leaves audiences breathless, and in recent years Rochelle has found mainstream success as she went from nurse and mother, to star on Australia’s The X factor.⁣

Mitch Tambo is going to blow everyone away when he performs at Share The Spirit festival and we are honoured to have him on our stage.⁣

Mitch recently amazed the country with his performances on Australia’s Got Talent. He touched everyone’s heart with his incredible version, in language, of John Farnhams ‘You’re the Voice’. This track has just been released on iTunes and if you haven’t heard it then be sure to check it out.⁣

We welcome back The legendary Deans of Soul to Share The Spirit 2020.⁣

The Deans of Soul are the sound of modern, original Melbourne Soul.⁣ They merge old school soul and funk with elements of cool rocksteady, rhythm and blues.⁣

The Deans of Soul recently celebrated the release of Equal at The Gasometer, an album of 10 original tracks.⁣ With velvet smooth vocals, sweet harmonies, soaring heartbreak guitar, deep Motown bass grooves and hip-shaking rhythms, The Deans of Soul combine soul, funk and R & B influences to create songs of emotion and of the heart.⁣

Plus heaps more

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