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Saturday, 20 June 2009

Fête de la Musique



I will be a groupie tomorrow as my man's band is participating in Fête de la Musique. This is the largest international live music event in the world: it is held in 350 cities on the very same day. Performances are free and held outside of traditional music venues.

The Fête is dedicated to providing a platform for all people who love making music: whether you are a professional musician who has been playing for years or an aspiring performer who is looking for a chance to try out their skills.  All musical tastes are catered for, including Country and Western, Rock, Hip Hop and even Opera.


To find out if there is a venue in your city, check here.




The band, Bagunca plays afro-cuban and bossa nova music. They are not professionals but hey, it's free!  If you are in the Brisbane Queen Street Mall, come along at 2.00 pm and say hello. The program and venue details are here.

However, this blog is really about Thea and Sami so I am letting you that the tunics are now listed in our on-line store. We are printing more colours next week to add to the collection. Look out for upcoming yummy white prints on red organic cotton.




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13 comments:

Helen said...

...but we love a bit of music to keep our creative spirits singing - so thank you for the tip about tomorrow and the link too - so cool!

Anyway I'm sure that I've seen that musician in the background modelling one of your aprons..somewhere...hmm just not sure what he would look like in one of your new tunics but we all will - even more cool!

Sonia said...

You're so lucky ! My favourite French singer, pianist and guitar player, Martin Rappeneau, will be the special guest of Fête de la Musique in Brisbane...

Sandrine said...

Thanks to remind me Thea, back in France la fete de la musique used to be HUGE!and everywhere... and with a musician brother I could never miss it;)

Thea said...

How funny Sandrine, I was just reading your blog when I got your comment. May see you and Helen there? Thanks Sonia, for the tip on Martin Rappeneau. Will check when he is performing now.

Nikki @ My Black Cardigan said...

Sounds like a great event. My fingers are crossed the weather looks after you and you see and hear lots of great music. Wish I could be there too!

Peta @ Pippiwillow said...

Can't wait to see the red tunics. I think the 'Margueritte' print is divine (and how fabulous are your chairs now? Am very jealous of them). am now going over to your store to look some more! Thanks Peta

Jay Dee said...

Wish I could have made it to the music event on Sunday but was in Melbourne - btw, I have never felt so comfortable or chick on a plane before - wore your tunic down to Melbourne and looked very swish! Thanks!

House and Doll said...

I wish i could be a groupie and my man was in a band, how cute.

polly pratt said...

Hi,
Thanks for dropping by,goodluck with the draw.

Anna

Little Diva said...

Hi Thea. Great to see you'll be at the Boutique Markets in a couple of weeks. Look forward to catching up. Christine xo

clare's craftroom said...

My husband is an (aging)muso too and loves it ! That red/white print is beautiful .

Little Jane St said...

Hope you had a wonderful time Thea! Sounds like bucket loads of fun!

amy said...

my friend's band played that gig at an irish bar on caxton street, it was so much fun! i hope you had a good time too :) i just gave you a lovely award on my blog!

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