FRIDAY OCTOBER 18
Australia’s best folk singer-songwriter, the master of ballads and warm humour
Folk on Tap, UK
Dublin-born folksinger Enda Kenny is one of Australia’s favourite festival performers. As a storytelling songwriter, his ability to instantly engage audiences is well known, creating evocative characters drawn from life that pull you in to their stories and songs that trigger memories you didn’t know you had.
With the migrant’s eye for his adopted country, Enda has travelled widely across and around it and found the word pictures to bring it to life as if you’re travelling with him.
Sydney Morning Herald
Enda has headlined festivals in Hong Kong and the UK, opened for the McGarrigles, toured Germany and Holland, and played thousands of venues from Folk in the Bath and The Albert Hole to The Drunken Poet. He is equally at home around the campfire at Nariel Creek, Australia’s longest-running festival.
An Irish-born songwriter who has made his home in Australia since the late 1980s, Enda’s thoughtful, descriptive stories of his adopted homeland have struck a chord with festival audiences here and beyond. His songs are always memorable and spiced with plenty of humour.
Kenny is a cracking solo entertainer, the raw emotion of songs like Heart Tattoo and Vigil are beautifully balanced by hilarious observations about everyday life and human frailty. Make sure you catch him… booking is recommended.
BUY TICKETS ONLINE
Concerts sometimes sell out.
To guarantee your seat, advance tickets are available at the Arts Junction or by booking online via the link below: a booking fee applies.
The Arts Junction,
36 Main Road, Katikati
Doors open 7:00pm
Show starts 7:30pm
Intermission around 8:30pm
Members just $20
Complimentary tea, coffee and biscuits at break.
A cash bar is available for wine and beer.
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