Emma Donovan, Mildlife and Kee’ahn to headline Footscray’s Flow Festival



The Melbourne FLOW Festival returns to Footscray with a packed local lineup on Saturday, November 27.

The Melbourne FLOW Festival returns in November for a day of music and art presented in association with Footscray Community Arts, the Foreign Brothers and The Operatives.

After his successful debut opus in 2019, which included Digable Planets (US), Kaiit, Baro & the Baz Richie Sextet, Milan Ring, The Public Opinion Afro Orchestra, Agung Mango, Tiana Khasi and more, the FLOW Festival brings a whole lineup local to its closely-organized 2021 bill in amplifying Naarm’s musical family.

What would you like to know

  • The FLOW Festival will be the second edition of the one-day Footscray
  • It’s happening Saturday November 27 at Footscray Community Arts
  • For 12 acts, tickets are $ 99 and on sale now. Doors: 12 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.

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The 2021 FLOW Festival lineup will include Brown Suga Princess, C.FRIM, Dallas Woods, Emma Donovan & The Putbacks, Fly Boy Jack, Kee’ahn, Kgomotso, Mildlife, Selena, Shio, DJ Smilez, The Tony Allen Experience and Trad Ukiyo .

“Playing and experiencing FLOW has definitely been one of my highlights of 2019,” said Skomes of SO.Crates.

“The Foreign Brothers team hosted a day that simultaneously had the intimacy and community of a local organic event along with the high production values ​​and professionalism of a commercial festival. Community engagement and participation has been essential in shaping this and I deeply thank them for doing so. “

With a strong community ethic, providing a safe space for a range of marginalized communities and creatives, FLOW Festival aims to champion new movements in hip hop, RnB, jazz and all that is touching. Their programming merges the old and the new, encouraging new creative connections in an environment that celebrates the vitality of POC artists and ensures gender equality.

FLOW is also a family event. Children under 18 will be allowed with a parent or guardian. Children are free, but these tickets can only be purchased by purchasing an adult ticket.

“FLOW 2019 wasn’t just a festival, it’s a day I won’t long forget,” POOKIE added. “The energy in the air that day was intoxicating. The lineup was so well organized that all the interactions I had with other artists made me feel love and light.

“It was exactly what everyone needed to complete their decade after what seemed like a year without end. I really believe the FLOW festival unlocked something in the music community that we were looking for but couldn’t quite express yet. Here I am demonstrating for FLOW standards in my future festival experiences.

With buzzing tunes and flowing drinks, you can expect a selection of soulful food served on the day that is sure to kick off the return of the IRL festival experience in style. The first release tickets are on sale now, starting at $ 99 + BF. Don’t miss your chance to attend one of Melbourne’s premier one-day festivals when FLOW arrives for the second round in November.

The FLOW festival program

Princess Suga brunette
Dallas Wood
Emma Donovan and the setbacks
Fly Boy Jack
DJ Smilez
The Tony Allen experience
Traditional ukiyo

Tickets on sale now: First Release $ 99 + BF via Humanitix Free tickets for First Nations people, please email [email protected]


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