ONE NIGHT, 16 artists and plenty of indie music — that will be the CBD this Saturday night.
Ipswich Mayor Teresa Harding said there will be a showcase of the state’s next crop of rock, pop and hip-hop
stars, classical masterpieces and other musical treats.
“Waghorn to West is Ipswich’s multi-venue indie live music crawl where, for one night only, CBD venues
become a haven for music lovers wanting to experience the best of Queensland’s scene alongside some of
Ipswich’s most exciting emerging talent,” she said.
“You will be able to rock out to 16 artists including Bugs, Lisi, Greta Stanley, Hallie and Asha Jefferies
across four live music venues between Waghorn and West streets, along Brisbane Street.”
Council and QMusic are hosting Sound the Horn – Waghorn to West’s music development event. The workshop will feature talks from Alex Henriksson (Matt Corby), Braydon Ritson (Front Row Artists, Mountain Goat Valley Crawl), Kristy Gostelow (Tia Gostelow, Busby Marou) and Maggie Collins (DZ Deathrays and Association of Artist Managers Australia), who will help artists plan their next professional steps in the industry.
Cr Andrew Fechner said the Waghorn to West indie music crawl “is a fabulous night to follow the fun between Circa 160, Goleby’s Basement, Hotel Metropole, and Studio 188 to experience the full line-up of
musicians before heading back to Hotel Metropole for the official afterparty”.
SOUND THE HORN: This Saturday (July 9) Level Up, Connect and Get Noticed! Waghorn to West’s music industry development event to develop networks and gain access to experienced industry specialists.
WAGHORN TO WEST, July 9 Circa 160, Goleby’s Basement, Hotel Metropole and Studio 188 Artist line-up includes Bugs, Lisi, Greta Stanley, Hallie, WIIGZ, Asha Jefferies, Austin McKay, Dennis., Emily Grace Taylor, Flamingo Blonde, Melaleuca, Nicole McKinney, Clayton Francis, DuO, Soviet X-Ray Record Club and T.A.S. Sixteen artists will perform during Saturday’s live music crawl as part of the SPARK Ipswich festival