The idea of sitting in the wonderful surroundings of New Farm Park on a balmy Brisbane evening and watching a movie classic is certainly sublime. Catering is available with a selection of alcoholic beverages and some delectable dishes from 'Cuisine on Cue.' See website for film details.
Ty Segall is a garage rock singer/songwriter from San Francisco who began his career in music as a part-time musician for several different bands around the Orange County and San Francisco areas. He branched out on his own in 2008 with the release of his first song "Horn the Unicorn," which he recorded on a cassette tape. He would soon release his self-titled debut album, sparking a series of several more records that music critics have hailed for mapping the evolutionary progress of his craft as a songwriter and a performer. From his effortless 2011 album Goodbye Bread, to his 2012 psychedelic and space rock-inspired Twins, his solo endeavors have resonated with critics and fans more so than any of his bands, leading many to proclaim Segall one of the premier garage rock acts to emerge out of San Francisco in some time.
Tim Chaisson is a Canadian singer/songwriter who first got his start in the music business as a member of the contemporary Celtic group Kindle. After launching his solo career with his self-titled debut solo album in 2002, Chaisson would define himself with a characteristic folk sound. Typically filling his songs with methodically arranged acoustic guitar accompaniments, Chaisson's unmistakable voice is also prominent, taking center stage within the song's confines.