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Exclusive Live Event: Jinja Safari Live Performance And Interview

Written by Sarah Bella on May 11, 2013

Jinja Safari will be bringing their glorious indie tunes to the Music Feeds Studio rooftop for an exclusive live-streamed performance this Monday, 13th April from 2:15pm AEST, followed by an interview from 3:20pm AEST.

Jinja Safari make dreamy, worldy pop tunes that will take you around the world without leaving your armchair – think Sufjan Stevens or Animal Collective. On the verge of world domination, their debut self-titled album is set for release Friday, 17th May and it’s sure to garner them even more attention than they’ve already received. The Sydney quartet hits the road in May, taking their renowned live show around the country, so what better way to get a sneak preview than tuning into our exclusive live event?

The live stream kicks off on this page right here from 2:15pm AEST on Monday, 13th May, with the boys getting the good times going from 3:00pm AEST, so be sure to get your week started right with Australia’s next big thing.

2:15pm AEST – Soundcheck (no audio)
3:00pm AEST – Performance
3:20pm AEST – Interview

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Jinja Safari Album Tour
Presented by Music Feeds

Wednesday, 15th May
The Toff in Town, Melbourne
Tix: Moshtix

Thursday, 16th May
The Toff in Town, Melbourne
– SOLD OUT

Friday, 17th May
Jive Bar, Adelaide

Friday, 24th May
The Zoo, Brisbane
Tix: Oztix

Saturday, 25th May
Amplifier, Perth
Tix: Oztix

Thursday, 30th May
Oxford Art Factory, Sydney
– SOLD OUT

Friday, 31st May

Oxford Art Factory, Sydney
Tix: Moshtix

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