When Brunswick Tune Competition have been in search of their first 2019 artist, they knew they had to flip heads. And that they’ve, revealing lately that Snail Mail will coming to Brunswick in March 2019.
Stretching over two weeks every 12 months (March 3-17 in 2019), Brunswick Tune Competition is the most important party of one among Melbourne’s maximum culturally eclectic neighbourhoods. With a program boasting tune, artwork, meals, drink, and the whole thing else in between, it’s an match you’d be foolish to pass over.
With the announcement of Snail Mail’s look at Brunswick Tune Competition, the development’s 2019 program is already having a look larger than ever prior to.
For the reason that unlock of her debut album Lush in June 2018, Snail Mail has been a reputation at the lips of each and every indie tastemaker on the earth. Her 2018/2019 excursion will see her tackle iconic venues akin to Madison Sq. Lawn, The Fillmore, 5 nights at Toronto’s Danforth Tune Corridor, and now Brunswick Tune Competition.
And virtually unbelievably, she’s simply completed highschool. Snail Mail is at the vanguard of a supercharged, female-led fashionable indie scene and to mention the sky’s the restrict could be an underestimation.
“It is a preview of the standard of the yet-to-be-announced entire invoice”, says 2019 tune programmer, Emily Ulman.
“I’m as excited to look the reaction to this primary announcement, as I’m to be unveiling the remainder of the killer line-up. We will be able to be celebrating the artists, musicians, and tradition that outline Brunswick and the individuals who play, are living, paintings, and love right here. Get able to get among it with us in March!”
Keep tuned for the entire program announcement in January!
Snail Mail involves Estonian Area, Melbourne, on Friday eight March 2019. Grasp your tickets right here.
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