12-22 AUGUST 2021 View all events

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SARAH BLASKO - Presented by BLEACH* and Griffith University

SARAH BLASKO - Presented by BLEACH* and Griffith University

Sit back under the infinite night sky and welcome Australia’s celebrated singer–songwriter Sarah Blasko to the stage.

In concert with musicians from the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, Sarah will perform in full her multiple award-winning masterpiece As Day Follows Night, as well as other crowd favourites. With her dreamy melodies, melting vocals, and intimate lyrics that speak to the heart, feel yourself swoon as she bares her soul in this rare concert in the park.

Don’t miss the opportunity to see the brilliant and beloved Sarah Blasko in the beauty of our own backyard.

“SUBLIME VULNERABILITY WITH A DARK UNDERCURRENT”

– The Guardian ☆☆☆☆

About the artist

Sarah Blasko writes songs that strike with rare immediacy, clarity and purpose. Melodies beguilingly simple, lyrics ever honest and direct. Blasko has reached rarefied status in Australia, from the now-classic debut The Overture & The Underscore (2004) through to the stunning just-released Depth Of Field (2018).

Presented byBLEACH* and Griffith Univeristy
Photo CreditWILK
Ticket prices
  • Adult$55
  • Concession or Child$35
  • Family $145

Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens

Botanic Gardens, 230 Ashmore RoadBenowa QLD 4217

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Saturday 14 AugDoors 5pmSupport Act 6pmPerformance 7pm
All times are QLD AEST
Accessibility
  • Wheelchair access
  • Accessible toilet
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Important Info
  • Covid Safe
  • Food & beverage available on site
  • Transport options available
  • Licensed venue
  • Suitable for all ages
  • Parking
  • Limited seating available, bring beach chair or blanket
  • Ticketed
  • Family
  • Music

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