Whatâ€™s On: Ziggy Plays Guitar
Alexandra Ainsworth | On 19, Feb 2016
If youâ€™re like me and have been spending the past month paying tribute to David Bowie in karaoke bars, then youâ€™ll be excited to know that Brisbane is getting a dedicated Bowie tribute night at The Foundry.The Foundry and Mucho Bravo have spent the past few weeks working on bringing forth some of the most talented creatives to honour The Starman. With a lineup featuring the John Steel Singers, Dean McGrath (Rolls Bayce), Spencer White (Morning Harvey), WAAX, and Born Joy Dead, to name a few, there will be laughs, sing-alongs, and potentially someÂ tears.
Mucho Bravo have kept in the spirit of the unpredictable Ziggy by giving the classic tribute a bit of a spin, â€œZiggy Played GuitarÂ will be a musical memorial unlike anything you’ve seen. No predictable, stale five-song sets. No traditional â€˜one act after the otherâ€™ schedule. No rules. Just incredible, poignant moments created by Brisbane’s finest – and a whole lot of love.â€
All proceeds will be going straight to the Cancer Council Queensland, so for $13 you canâ€™t go wrong, and with new line up additions being added all week, tickets are selling fast.
Ziggy Plays Guitar: A Charity Tribute to David Bowie
Sunday 21 February atÂ The Foundry
Tickets can be found atÂ Oztix.
Images courtesy of The Foundry, DavidBowie.com