Saturday Afternoon Tunes at Wildbark
Wallabindi, with special guest Fynnbar
Wildbark at Mulligans Flat, 25 Rosenberg St Throsby
3-5pm, Saturday 9 December
Celebrate the end of year is style with our final Saturday Afternoon Tunes for the year at Wildbark at Mulligans Flat. Incredible live music from Wallabindi, delicious food and drinks available for purchase from the cafe, free kids activities in the visitor centre and 12000 hectares of bushland right next door – what more could you ask for!
Bookings aren’t essential for this event, but if you can book a table at the cafe here to make sure you don’t miss out! (This event will take place outside on the deck).
Wallabindi is a talented First Nations – Wardandi Bibbulmun Noongar – singer/songwriter hailing from Perth, Western Australia. She is an incredibly versatile artist, with her soulful vocals soaring and weaving throughout many different genres and lineups – both locally and internationally – for almost 20 years.
Wallabindi is passionate about keeping her culture strong and alive through her music. She will be sharing powerful stories, truth telling and reflections throughout her performance with songs from her recently released debut EP, Wallabindi Dreaming, a fresh new track and more. Wallabindi will be accompanied by a talented lineup of musicians including co-writer/guitarist Richard Gorter and Jonathan Jones on percussion for this special on Country performance at Mulligans Flat.
Introducing Fynnbar, a 15-year-old guitarist and songwriter hailing from Canberra. He embarked
on his musical journey at the age of 10, initially mastering the acoustic guitar before delving into
the world of electric guitar four years later. Influenced by musicians such as John Mayer, Taylor
Swift, Angus & Julia Stone, Finneas, and Ed Sheeran, Fynnbar has crafted a unique sound that
effortlessly blends elements of pop and folk.
In early 2023, he marked a significant milestone with the release of his debut EP, “What Do You
Dream About?” This collection of six self-written, composed, and recorded songs offers a
heartfelt exploration of the coming-of-age experience. Fynnbar is also an active member of the
band Monomania and can often be found sharing his music through busking performances in
Canberra. His musical journey is one to watch as he continues to evolve and grow as an artist.
If you’re a local artist interested in performing at Afternoon Tunes, get in touch with us through the Gungahlin Arts register.
Please contact Belco Arts via email, or phone (02) 6173 3300.