Kenny Rogers, Lanie Lane, Kate Miller-Heidke Announced For Darwin Festival - Noise11.com
Lionel Ritchie and Kenny Rogers - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Lionel Ritchie and Kenny Rogers - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Kenny Rogers, Lanie Lane, Kate Miller-Heidke Announced For Darwin Festival

by Andrew Tijs on June 27, 2012

in Live,News

Country icon Kenny Rogers will join rockbilly chick Lanie Lane, quirk-pop star Kate Miller-Heidke and more at this year’s Darwin Festival.

Lionel Ritchie and Kenny Rogers - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Lionel Ritchie and Kenny Rogers - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Alongside Rogers, Lane and KM-H, there’s international cabaret circus stars La Soiree and The LoveBirds, camp comic Pam Ann, singer-songwriter and one third of Seeker Lover Keeper Holly Throsby, rapper Hermitude, comedian and rapper Candy B, the lovable musical jokers of Tripod, and the National Indigenous Music Awards.

There are already tickets available for Kenny Rogers, La Soiree, The LoveBirds, Pam Ann, and the NIMAs.

This is merely the beginning of the program, with more dance, theatre, comedy, visual arts and special events to be announced.

The Darwin Festival runs from August 9 to 26. For more information and tickets head to their website here. And have a look at some highlights from last year below.

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