Deadly Noize

Join us for a Deadly line-up with some of Australia's hottest Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists.

Back for it's second year, Deadly Noize is set to host the freshest line up and coming First Nations artists from across the country in a 5 hour concert!

UQ’s Lower Forgan Smith Lawns will transform into a concert goer’s playground on 6 August, gates open from 5pm with market stalls, food, garden bar all before the main event gets started at 6pm!

Line up:

  • Budjerah
  • Mo'Ju
  • Cloe Terare
  • Kristal West 

This is an all ages event.

Tickets are on sale now*

  • $25 for current UQ Students
  • $35 for community members (including UQ staff and alumni)

*Plus Moshtix booking fee/s

 

 

 

 

Deadly Line up

 

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BUDJERAH

Now 20, and with a debut EP under his belt — as well as an ARIA Breakthrough Artist award from 5x nominations, previous support slots with Thelma Plum, The Avalanches, and Lime Cordiale, a collaboration with PNAU, and an upcoming world tour lined up with Vance Joy — Budjerah is ready to charge forward, armed with a new set of songs that show off his range, his fire, and, of course, his gossamer, heart-wrenching voice. 

MO'JU

Mo’Ju has been called “one of Australia’s most exciting singer/ songwriters” and their music has amassed critcal, commercial and cultural influence. 2018’s release “Native Tongue” was one of the year’s most important and award-winning releases, impacting not only Mo’Ju’s life and music but also the Australian musical landscape. With the album being career definer for the sing/songwriter, Mo’ju had documented a deep and intimate exploration of family and identity, in particular their Wiradjuri and Filipino roots.

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CLOE TERARE

Sweet, sour, pretty and brash... all at the same time it's the best way to describe Toowoomba-based artist CLOE TERARE. Coming out late in 2021 with only her third single 'Scotty (Beam Me Up)', a genre bouncing pop number that grabbed the attention of Triple J Unearthed, Spotify and landed in TikToks 'Emerging Artist' playlist. 
Securing a spot with Triple J’s Unearthed Feature Artists as well as the first Feature Artist on The Music.com for 2022. It's been a hell of a start to the year and CLOE's only just winding up with new music just around the corner, what she’s going to throw at us next!!

KRISTAL WEST

Kristal West is a Manbarra, Palawa woman with strong connection to her Piadram roots, and in 2014 she found a national audience after becoming a Grand Finalist on The Voice Australia. As part of the duo ZK, Kristal was mentored on ‘The Voice’ by Will.i.am. Kristal developed a huge fan base, allowing her musical career to soar to new heights. ZK also became the highest ARIA charting contestants from the third series of The Voice Kristal released her latest single ‘Nibe Nibe’ as a tribute to her late Grandfather marking 20 years since the Mabo decision and looks forward to releasing music in dedication to both her Grandparents.

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Program

 

 
5-6pm
Gates open

Enjoy the festival vibes with:

  • Live music
  • Market stalls
  • Food Trucks
  • Cash bar
 

 
6-6.45pm
Kristal West
 
 

 
7-7.45pm
Cloe Terare
 
 

 
8-8.45pm
Mo'Ju
 
 

 
9-9.45pm
Budjerah
 

COVID Safe Events

All events and spaces are operating in line with current guidelines. We ask that you please practice social distancing at all times.

You may attend an event or activity at a UQ location providing:

  • Have not been in close contact with an active COVID-19 case and are required to quarantine
  • You are feeling weel and have not had a fever, cough, sore throat, headache, distorted sense of taste, shortness of breath, chills, vomiting or any cold/flu like symptoms within the last 24 hours.

Acknowledgement of Country

The University of Queensland (UQ) acknowledges the Traditional Owners and their custodianship of the lands on which UQ operates.

We pay our respects to their Ancestors and their descendants, who continue cultural and spiritual connections to Country.

We recognise their valuable contributions to Australian and global society.

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