It’s going down in the Northside Records car park for Record Store Day.
What you need to know
- Hiatus Kaiyote will perform in the Northside Records car park this Saturday July 17
- The show kicks off at 5pm
- Entry is free and the gig is open to all ages
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Going down as part of Northside Records’ Record Store Day celebrations, the beloved home of soul will close off Little Smith Street for the COVID-safe car park gig.
The free, all-ages show will give punters the opportunity to hear Hiatus Kaiyote’s new record live for the first time since its release.
It also marks the first time the beloved Melbourne jazz-funk outfit have played a live set at Northside Records since their instore performance in 2013.
Northside Records also has a bunch of other treats in store for RSD, including exclusive releases by the likes of Ruel, DJ Peril and Proto Moro, as well as a stack of international RSD drops.
Be sure to head down early and register via the QR codes to ensure you don’t miss out on the action.
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Catch Hiatus Kaiyote at Northside Records on Saturday July 17. Find out more here.