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RHYTHM UNDERGROUND Get ready music spectacle of 2015 One of Australia's most dynamic festival groups, Rhythm Hunters in the iconic grand arch of The Jenolan Caves!!
Jenolan Caves 21st November 2015
8pm in the Grand Arch
RHYTHM HUNTERS + Special Guests
Nicky Bomba (Melbourne Ska Orchestra) & Si Mullumby (Wild Marmalade)
Super early bird tickets $35 on sale soon until 11th July
Tickets $50 pre sale/ $60 door
Kids under 12 FREE
Discount for group bookings of 8 or more adults
Rhythm Hunters is an ever-evolving project that has carved a reputation as a group that knows no boundaries. Massive Japanese Drums to songs from remote Indonesia, smooth dance grooves and subtle electronics, the spectrum of sound is the imagination.
Performing countdown to the New Year on The Woodford Folk Festival's Amphitheatre to Carols in the Domain and The Sydney Opera House, Rhythm Hunters new world tribal music has a reverence and a love of tradition that transcends age and genre. As a tight ensemble of 3 drummers to an orchestra of 16 players this will knock you out.
"Rhythm Hunters shone and inspired, the intensity of the drums, combined with the poetics of dance and martial arts was irresistible".
Lisa - Maree Botticelli (Australian Stage Online)
"... the most uplifting, energetic live performance I saw in my life......A unique experience." Benoit Jutras (Cirque Du Soleil)
The grand arch in Jenolan Caves will host RHYTHM UNDERGROUND. There is no better location for a sound experience, a dance experience, a concert, a party than this huge natural sound resonator, a massive theatre made of stone, a visual spectacle with rugged walls going up and up into the ether where stalactites delicately that hang and bats fly beyond reach. Jenolan is the oldest underground caves system in the world; the acoustics are on par with any of the world's greatest concert halls but the atmosphere is still and ancient. A sound will be heard indefinitely is bounces of rock up into eventual silence.
Jenolan Caves is only 4 hours drive from Sydney, nestled deeply in the Blue Mountains World Heritage wilderness.
Jenolan Caves are the largest, most spectacular and most famous caves in Australia. They are the world's oldest caves and one of the most outstanding cave systems on the planet. Experience the amazing and award - winning caves tours, adventure caving, scenic bush walks and Australian Aboriginal culture. Glimpse Australian birds and animals in the wild, including kangaroos and platypus. Relax in our magnificent Chisholm's Restaurant, cafe or bar. We offer accommodation in Caves house, hotel, motel, cottage or backpacker lodge. Set in Blue Mountains World Heritage wilderness, Jenolan Caves are a national treasure, of awe-inspiring beauty and scale.
Camping with The Rhythm Hunters is now available! 'Brae Lossie Farm Stay', just 12km down the road from the Caves. $20 per night, per person (available Friday and Saturday night), on a beautiful property, with a chai tent/chill out space, and a nice after gig chilled vibes running.
Situated on top of the Great Dividing Range, flanking the natural wonders of Jenolan Caves and Kanangra Walls. Set on 200 private rural acres overlooking our own private mountain spring fed lake. Perfect for those fresh water swims.
All booking for camping are via our Moshtix link here, and must be booked in advance:
PLEASE NOTE: The road into The Grand Arch closes at 7.00pm. The event begins at 8pm sharp. Please aim to be inside the venue no later than 7.00pm