Some of Australia’s best female singer-songwriters to take the stage at HOTA’s Supper Club
In a truly unique live-music offering, some of Australia’s most renowned female singer-songwriters will be showcasing their sounds in a series of small, intimate shows at HOTA across October and November. Big names like Sarah McLeod and Katie Noonan are part of the all-female line-up at the unmissable Supper Club series, which kicks off with its first event on Saturday October 17 with songstress and piano virtuoso Dami Im.
The Supper Club sessions will bring HOTA’s Lakeside Room to life on Saturday nights this spring, with a stellar bill of talent to hit the stage. The Superjesus frontwoman Sarah McLeod will follow Dami Im with an eclectic solo show on October 24 – a performance that Sarah herself says will be “stripped back and focused more on the vocal” unlike her guitar-heavy sets with The Superjesus. On October 31, ARIA Award-winning Katie Noonan will join forces with renowned cellist Louise King and Fijian-Australian soul songstress Andrea Kirwin for a night of musical magic.
Celebrated Brisbane artist Meg Washington will delight with not one but two very special performances on Saturday November 7 (6:00 pm and 8:00 pm), treating your ears with acoustic sets from her new album, Batflowers. The Supper Club series wraps up with a bang on Saturday November 28 with another Brisbane icon – Sahara Beck – taking you on a journey with the pulses of pop and sensuous vocals in her Queen of Hearts album.
Each of the intimate shows feature support acts and, as the name suggests, are followed by a delicious supper (the menu is being announced soon!). Tickets to the Supper Club shows are available in tables of two or four, and can be booked now via the HOTA website.