The Mill in partnership with Umbrella City Sounds Festival/Music SA presents;
The Hum of Concrete - Songs from the City to Suburbia // Curated by Jen Lush
When the city comes alive with the hum of concrete – songwriters bring warmth and their own unique observations, with stories and songs that take us beyond the concrete surfaces and into the suburbs of our imaginations.
An open air street session of folk-blues with Jimmybay kicks off the six hour Umbrella City Sounds event at The Mill. The Fiddle Chicks thread their folk tunes through the inner spaces, roving storytelling at it’s finest, leading to the Breakout space where Mark Curtis and the Flannelettes, Jen Lush and Loren Kate fill up the night with their indie-folk/rock songs of identity and belonging, joining the hum of the city’s night soundscape.
Date: 26th July
4.30pm - 10pm
4:30 - 5:15 Jimmybay (45 mins - Free Outdoor event)
5:30 - 6:15 Fiddle chicks (45 mins - Enter Via Exhibition Space)
6:40 - 7:30 Jen Lush (45 mins - Enter Via Breakout Space)
7:50 - 8:40 Ryan Martin John (45 mins - Enter Via Breakout Space)
9:00 - 10pm Loren Kate (45 mins - Enter Via Breakout Space)