Friday 14 January 2022 | 6pm, 7.30pm & 9pm
Friday 21 January 2022 | 6pm, 7.30pm & 9pm
Friday 28 January 2022 | 6pm, 7.30pm & 9pm
Standard | $39
Concession | $37
Presented as part of FRINGE WORLD 2022
Let music lift you up in this exclusive behind the scenes event at WA Museum Boola Bardip.
You'll be transported through the levels of the Museum in one of the biggest elevators in the Southern Hemisphere, with a different experience at each stop.
Each week favourite Perth musicians and performers will share a curated soundtrack, performing an intimate gig both in the elevator and in gallery. Enjoy a combination of intimate acoustic sets and awe-inspiring audio.
See our galleries in a different light and don’t miss the opportunity to experience one of the most intimate gigs with the people and sounds you love.
MEET THE ARTISTS
An award winning electronic producer, DJ and artist, Jamilla combines haunting soul vocals, self-produced R&B beats and chill-wave synths to create beautiful and seamless nu-soul music. With an intense and captivating stage presence, and emotive and politically charged lyrics, Jamilla expresses her appreciation for human vulnerability and invites you to experience hers.
Newly formed in early 2020 and taking the WA music scene by storm; Josh (an Indigenous Australian from the Kamillaroi-Yuin people in NSW), Zaya & Nemo (from Erub Island in the Torres Straights), along with their mates Nathan and Fynn produce an incredible indie/reggae vibe way beyond their years.
Drag Time Music Hall
This amazing quartet is made up of Perth drag artists Skye Scraper, Moxie Heart, Rhonda Civic and Miss Cara. After competing as rivals in the Pop Royalty Drag Competition, they came together with the desire to share Perth's drag scene with audiences of all ages and walks of life. Strap in for an incredible teaser show from Perth's Queens of Camp.
Kate Pass and the Kohesia Ensemble
Led by award-winning bassist Kate Pass and featuring some of Perth’s best musicians, this eight-piece band combines the sounds of Persian ney, saz and oud with jazz instruments for a truly unique listening experience. They will be performing a confluence of deeply textured original music and improvisation for you.
This three-piece indie-pop act from Perth have played major festivals Groovin The Moo & Laneway. The band have supported the likes of G-Flip, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, & Odette and are set to head out on an arena tour with Ocean Alley in February.
Not sure which Artist to see? Listen to the sounds of Goods Lift on Spotify.
THE LINE UP
Friday 14 January
6pm, 7.30pm, 9pm – Jamilla
Friday 21 January
6pm – South Summit
7.30pm – Dulcie
9pm – Drag Time Music Hall
Friday 28 January
6pm – Kate Pass
7.30pm – Dulcie
9pm - Dulcie *extra show added