Photo: (c) Tracey Nicholson

Three voices. Three cultures. One love of music and the ocean.

Xavier Rudd, Donavon Frankenreiter and Nahko and Medicine for the People will tour nationally this September/October.

2013 is proving to be a huge year for Rudd who has been steadily building his international fan base , pumping it up with a stellar set at Glastonbury last month that followed a sold out European Tour. He is currently in the middle of a North American tour that is on its way to being sold out too. Don’t miss these three purveyors of fine music as they make their way around the country.

Donavon Frankenreiter

A California-bred resident of Hawaii; Donavon Frankenreiter’s soul is intrinsically linked to the natural world. A renowned surfer and singer-songwriter, Donavon’s music found a home in Australia almost immediately, and the landscape and people of Australia found their way into Donavon’s heart. Overflowing with songs of love and harmony, Donavon’s fifth album Start Livin’ is his most organic and soulful to date: much of it recorded live using natural percussion and household implements as makeshift instruments.

Nahko And Medicine For The People

Another voice made powerful by its message of love is that of Nahko Bear. Touring Australia in February to a fanatical reception, Nahko’s mix of Apache, Puerto Rican and Filipino cultures has already captured the hearts of Australian fans with its amazing blend of sounds, and powerful message of spiritual, personal and communal healing.


Wednesday 25 Sept – Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide SA (All ages)

Saturday 28 Sept –  3 Oceans Winery, Margaret River WA

Sunday 29 Sept – Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle WA

Wednesday 2nd Oct – The Forum JUST ANNOUNCED, Melbourne VIC

Thursday 3rd Oct – The ForumSOLD OUT, Melbourne VIC

Friday 4th Oct – Big Top Luna Park, Sydney NSW

Sunday 6th Oct – Caloundra Music Festival, Sunshine Coast QLD (All Ages)

Monday 7th Oct – YAC Amphitheatre, Byron Bay NSW

Tuesday 8th Oct – The Tivoli, Brisbane QLD

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Photo: (c) Tracey Nicholson