The killer lineup will be hitting Oakleigh’s Warrawee Park in late March.
Live at Warrawee festival has just announced their bumper lineup of artists set to descend on Oakleigh’s Warrawee Park on Saturday March 27. Alex Lahey, Hayley Mary of The Jezabels, Horns of Leroy and emerging Noongar artist Bumpy will join forces for an unmissable night under the setting autumn sun.
What you need to know
- Live at Warrawee festival takes place on Saturday March 27 in Warrawee Park, Oakleigh
- The likes of Alex Lahey, Hayley Mary, Horns of Leroy and Bumpy will perform
- The event is free but booking is essential
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Having ruled the Aussie touring calendar ever since her 2017 debut album I Love You Like A Brother came into the world, Melbourne native Alex Lahey will be the headline act at Live at Warrawee in 2021.
Since then, she released her sophomore LP, The Best of Luck Club, in 2019 and will arrive at Warrawee Park fresh off the release of her new single ‘Dino’s’, a track she wrote with Aussie artist Gordi.
Hayley Mary, frontwoman of The Jezabels, has created a compelling solo catalogue since going it alone in 2019. Ever since she stepped aside from the much-loved rock band, Mary has given audiences indie rock hits like ‘The Piss, The Perfume’ and ‘The Chain’, both of which will hopefully be on show at Live at Warrawee.
Taking inspiration from the rich brass sounds of New Orleans, Melbourne’s Horns of Leroy have created their own unique space on Australia’s live circuit, recording punchy covers from everyone from Stevie Wonder to Toto. In 2020, they released their sophomore album, Big Night, which featured a collaboration with the incredible thando.
Capping off the stellar lineup comes Bumpy – an emerging Noongar artist who just released her debut single ‘Falling’ in September last year. Poised to bring her angelic voice to the Live at Warrawee stage, Bumpy’s set is not-to-be-missed.
Live at Warrawee goes down in Oakleigh’s Warrawee Park on Saturday March 27. Tix will be released here from 9am, Monday February 22.