Beachside Beats - Local Music Showcase presented by the Gold Coast Music Network
The Gold Coast Music Network is bringing the City’s hottest young talent to SWELL Sculpture Festival for an afternoon of live music celebrating the original sounds sweeping our local shores. This free, all-ages event will see 2023 Gold Coast Music Awards finalists Lyric and TANISHA performing back-to-back sets live at the Fringe Pavilion! Enjoy a lazy Sunday afternoon of local art and music as you catch the city’s favourite live acts beachside.
When | Sunday 10th September
Time | 5.00pm – 8.00pm
- Lyric: 5.00pm – 5.45pm
- TANISHA: 6.15pm – 7.30pm
Where | Fringe Pavilion, Wallace Nicoll Park, Currumbin Beach
Cost | FREE
More about TANISHA
Drawing from all corners of relationships, emerging Gold Coast Artist TANISHA writes with incredible honesty, emotion and highlights all the depths of love and heartbreak. Her fans and listeners are drawn to her ever-lasting, open invitation to connect and inspires them to show vulnerability in strength. She is incredible at articulating pain in a not so melancholy way. When you listen you are taken to a moment in time, a memory, a feeling, a person. Repeated hits like Never Follow Through, Craving and Two Sides have already made waves across Australian radio with multiple records making it onto Triple J, iHeart and Fbi radio. TANISHA inspires to create her own blended genre within an ever-changing and constantly evolving nature of RnB. A love for contemporary UK RnB, neo-soul, soul-electronica and everything in-between meets her efforts to explore the world of alternative music in the realms of production, songwriting and visual design.
More about LYRIC
Lyric is a 19-year-old singer/songwriter and producer from the Gold Coast, who entrances audiences with her relatable lyricism and innovative production quality. One of her first singles, ‘remember everything’, was aired on Triple J Unearthed Radio, with Unearthed music director Dave Ruby Howe dubbing it a “classy and emotive track” that emulates “Olivia Rodrigo and Billie Eilish”. In mid 2022, she released ‘1985’. The song reached #3 on the AMRAP Regional Radio Charts, and received airplay on stations such as Radio Adelaide, Fleurieu FM, and a radio interview on 4ZZZ.
More about the SWELL Fringe Pavilion at Wallace Nicoll Park, Pacific Parade, Currumbin.
The Fringe Pavilion is home of the SWELL Fringe and bar, located in Wallace Nicoll Park, Currumbin Beach. The Fringe Pavilion will come alive each evening with artistic programming such as live music, performance and masterclasses, plus the bar will be open to the public daily from 12 – 8pm. Our wonderful food vendors will be open to satisfy all of your cravings. Please note the Fringe Pavilion is a large tent, so if it’s chilly make sure you rug up.
IMAGE: Courtesy of the performers