EVES KARYDAS - The Burnt Tapes Tour

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EVES KARYDAS - The Burnt Tapes Tour

7:00pm, Sat 6 July, 2024
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After a 3-year hiatus from the stage, Eves Karydas presents the Burnt Tapes Tour across Australia’s east coast. An intimate and invigorated offering to audiences that will trace new music together with her celebrated catalogue, including her debut album ‘summerskin’ to triple j Hottest 100 favourite ‘Complicated’. 

Building on the foundations of her earlier discography, her sophomore record ‘Burnt Tapes’ is a daring, experimental expression of analog and alternative sounds complimented by Karydas’ stirring vocals. Ever committed to pushing her musical boundaries with a fierce newfound autonomy, the genre-blending record centers Eves’ captivating presence and vocal range with empowered independence and sincere storytelling second to a nostalgic soundscape with daring nods to indie, alternative and even emo side by side with her long standing influence in the trailblazing women of the songwriting tradition. 

Thriving on the spontaneous and imperfect nature of live performance, witness Eves Karydas’ passion in full force. Commanding her deepest creative pursuit in an all new show we’ve yet to experience from the artist. 


This is an 18+ event. 

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Photo ID is essential, acceptable ID is a current and valid Australian Photo Drivers Licence, State Approved ‘Proof of Age’ card or Passport. Must be a physical or digital copy. Photos or scans will not be accepted.

We acknowledge that this event is held on the stolen lands of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to Elders, past, present and emerging. Sovereignty was never ceded.