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Kallidad

Friday, March 6, 2020 @ 9:30 pm

With their trademark “Day of the Dead” facepaint, Kallidad has a visual image every bit as striking as their one of a kind sound.

Flamingo Fiesta” trio Kallidad formed in unlikely circumstances, busking alongside Sydney’s iconic Bondi Beach. From humble beginnings Kallidad have become a world class headining act.

An all instrumental show, Kallidad do not need to utter one word to create a bond with their audience, combining Spanish guitar styles with Heavy Metal roots to create a once in a lifetime sound that has seen the group visit Europe, Japan, Indonesia and New Zealand.

Kallidad is one of Australias hardest working bands, constantly crisscrossing the great southern land, spreading their music and engaging with the land itself. The lineup is simple two Spanish guitars and percussion. But dont let the lightweight set up fool you! These three amigos can rock a crowd from top to bottom.

The group has released five albums independently, proudly turning their backs on the establishment music industry and developing a tight, direct bond with their insanely loyal audience.

Major festivals such as Montreux Jazz Festival, Open Air St. Gallen, Splendor in the Grass, Falls Festival, Party in the Paddock and other mainstream festivals, plus many smaller indie events, have booked Kallidad, easily spotting the groups formidable talent. Kallidad

was also voted Most Popular Band” at Italys Ferrara Festival- the worlds premier street music competition! The three amigos live and breathe music and their live show is a testament to their obsession with the craft of connection.

    Details

    Date:
    Friday, March 6, 2020
    Time:
    9:30 pm
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    Venue

    Settlers Tavern
    114 Bussell Hwy
    Margaret River,WA6285Australia
    Phone
    (08) 9757 2398
    View Venue Website

    Dine at our award-winning bistro and stay to enjoy the music!

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    We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land we are on, the Wadandi People, and their elders, past, present and emerging. We are committed to honouring the First Nations People’s unique cultural and spiritual relationship with the land and waters, and their rich contribution to the community and our society.