Karl S. Williams, singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, visual artist and poet will perform at the 2020 Festival of Small Halls in Rainbow Beach
The Festival of Small Halls returns to Rainbow Beach on Wednesday, November 25, with Women in Docs and Karl S. Williams and local talent, Joel Mak, opening the event.
Women in Docs have played to packed houses having built a fiercely loyal following throughout Australia, as well as internationally.
With a reputation for stirring and humorous live performances, Women in Docs provide a refreshing acoustic-styled experience loved by audiences of all ages and cultural backgrounds.
Multi-award-winning singer/songwriter/instrumentalist, Karl S. Williams, brings complete humility and the charisma of a ‘rock-star’ to the stage. Returning to the industry with a new album, Karl cleans the slate and redefines the terms of engagement.
We are discovering he has a cult-like following amongst anyone who hears him sing. He raised goosebumps on our arms at a recent show at our home base and we can’t wait to see what magic comes from this powerhouse on tour.
The Rainbow Beach Community Hall has disability access and car parking.
Head to: festivalofsmallhalls.com to read more about these fantastic artists. Snaffle up your tickets quickly, these shows are limited in capacity and will sell out.
This project is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland. Tickets on sale online at www.facebook.com/festivalofsmallhalls.
Tickets are $20 adults, kids 13 and under free, and concession $17.50 with doors open 6.30pm for a 7pm start.