He’s playing two shows in August.
When those pole posters first appeared in Sydney, Soulfest seemed as unlikely as it was exciting. The names were like a mirage. Frankly, this kind of lineup was absolutely unheard of, not just in Australia, but in the world, and two names in particular proved most earth-shattering. Don’t get me wrong. Maxwell, Common, Angie Stone,
The final round of Soulfest sideshows have been announced, lead by rapper Yasiin Bey, better known as Mos Def, hip hop legend Common and smooth singer-songwriter Maxwell both of whom are set to hit Australia next month for the inaugural Soulfest. First up, Mos Def will play a solo headline show at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre
Soulfest, “Australia’s first ever neo-soul, jazz and hip-hop festival,” has just confirmed date, venue and ticket details for its Auckland leg, giving our friends across the ditch in NZ the opportunity to see some of the world’s most soulful acts onstage this October. The festival’s NZ details were revealed via a Facebook post this morning,
Common, Mos Def, Aloe Blacc and more…
A mysterious event poster and website advertising an event dubbed SoulFest, billed as “Australia’s first annual neo-soul, jazz and hip-hop festival,” has sparked rumours regarding East Coast appearances from Common, Mos Def, Maxwell, Aloe Blacc, and more soul stars this October. According to theMusic.com.au, the poster was shared by singer and apparent lineup member Anthony