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Previous events

Date Event Location
 — (AEDT, UTC+11)  — (AEDT, UTC+11) Zumpa Cobargo Folk Festival - Wandella venue, , Cobargo, Cobargo Cobargo Folk Festival - Wandella venue, , Cobargo, Cobargo
 — (AEDT, UTC+11)  — (AEDT, UTC+11) Zumpa Cobargo Folk Festival - Wandella venue, , Cobargo, Cobargo Cobargo Folk Festival - Wandella venue, , Cobargo, Cobargo
 — (AEDT, UTC+11)  — (AEDT, UTC+11) Zumpa Cobargo Folk Festival - Yuin Folk Club venue, Cobargo Cobargo Folk Festival - Yuin Folk Club venue, Cobargo
 — (AEST, UTC+10)  — (AEST, UTC+10) Zumpa hosts Italian Tunes Session, Woodford Folk Festival Woodford Folk Festival, Woodford Woodford Folk Festival, Woodford
 — (AEST, UTC+10)  — (AEST, UTC+10) Zumpa hosts Italian Tunes Session, Woodford Folk Festival Woodford Folk Festival, Woodford Woodford Folk Festival, Woodford
 — (AEST, UTC+10)  — (AEST, UTC+10) Zumpa and Taranta Meanjin present Mamma Mia! Danza di Taranta Woodford Folk Festival, Woodford Woodford Folk Festival, Woodford
QUT Cultural Bites QUT, Gardens Point Campus, Brisbane QUT, Gardens Point Campus, Brisbane
 —  — Zumpa @ The BUG (Brisbane Unplugged Gigs) New Farm Bowls Club, New Farm QLD 4005 New Farm Bowls Club, New Farm QLD 4005
 —  — Zumpa and Taranta Meanjin @ Australian Italian Festival, Ingham TYTO Wetlands, Ingham, Ingham QLD 4850 TYTO Wetlands, Ingham, Ingham QLD 4850
 — (AEST, UTC+10)  — (AEST, UTC+10) The BUg - Queensland Youth Folk Orchestra, Zumpa celebrating Italian National Day New Farm Bowls Club, New Farm New Farm Bowls Club, New Farm
 —  — Dall' Italia All' Australia by the Brisbane River Queensland Maritime Museum Queensland Maritime Museum
 —  — Dall' Italia All' Australia by the Brisbane River Queensland Maritime Museum Queensland Maritime Museum
Zumpa, Rob Longstaff - Glasshouse Musos Night Beerwah Hotel, Beerwah. QLD Beerwah Hotel, Beerwah. QLD
 —  — Good Folk by the River - West End Markets West End Markets, West End, Brisbane West End Markets, West End, Brisbane
 —  — Zumpa & The View From Madeleine's Couch at The Sound Society - Roma Street Parklands, Brisbane Roma Street Parklands, Brisbane City QLD 4000 Roma Street Parklands, Brisbane City QLD 4000
 —  — Zumpa play La Donna Barbuda The Bearded Lady, West End, Brisbane The Bearded Lady, West End, Brisbane
Zumpa celebrates Festa Della Repubblica (Italian National Day) at The BUg (Brisbane Unplugged Gigs) New Farm Bowls Club, New Farm, QLD New Farm Bowls Club, New Farm, QLD
One Night In Tuscany - music by Zumpa Gusto Di Gianni, Hamilton QLD 4007 Gusto Di Gianni, Hamilton QLD 4007
Greshka Album Launch + Zumpa + Syph Banshees, Ipswich., QLD Banshees, Ipswich., QLD
 —  — Zumpa at La Donna Barbuda The Bearded Lady (Bar), West End, West End, Brisbane The Bearded Lady (Bar), West End, West End, Brisbane

Previous events

Zumpa

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Cobargo Folk Festival - Wandella venue, , Cobargo, Cobargo Showground, Cobargo

The Cobargo Folk Festival – featuring the best in local, national and international folk, roots and acoustic music in Cobargo on the beautiful NSW Sapphire Coast. Presented by the Yuin Folk Club Inc, the Cobargo Folk Festival is a non-commercial independent music and arts festival organised by volunteers from the local community and beyond. A welcoming, family-friendly, intimate festival with a focus on participation, great music and fun.

Weekend Pass Adult (over 18) $150.00, Friday Adult (over 18) $55.00, Adult Saturday (All day pass including Sat Night) $95.00, Adult Sunday all day $55.00

Zumpa

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Cobargo Folk Festival - Wandella venue, , Cobargo, Cobargo Showground, Cobargo

The Cobargo Folk Festival – featuring the best in local, national and international folk, roots and acoustic music in Cobargo on the beautiful NSW Sapphire Coast. Presented by the Yuin Folk Club Inc, the Cobargo Folk Festival is a non-commercial independent music and arts festival organised by volunteers from the local community and beyond. A welcoming, family-friendly, intimate festival with a focus on participation, great music and fun.

Weekend Pass Adult (over 18) $150.00, Friday Adult (over 18) $55.00, Adult Saturday (All day pass including Sat Night) $95.00, Adult Sunday all day $55.00

Zumpa

 — (AEDT, UTC+11) — (AEDT, UTC+11)

Cobargo Folk Festival - Yuin Folk Club venue, Cobargo Showground, Cobargo

The Cobargo Folk Festival – featuring the best in local, national and international folk, roots and acoustic music in Cobargo on the beautiful NSW Sapphire Coast. Presented by the Yuin Folk Club Inc, the Cobargo Folk Festival is a non-commercial independent music and arts festival organised by volunteers from the local community and beyond. A welcoming, family-friendly, intimate festival with a focus on participation, great music and fun.

Weekend Pass Adult (over 18) $150.00, Friday Adult (over 18) $55.00, Adult Saturday (All day pass including Sat Night) $95.00, Adult Sunday all day $55.00

Zumpa hosts Italian Tunes Session, Woodford Folk Festival

 — (AEST, UTC+10) — (AEST, UTC+10)

Woodford Folk Festival, 87 Woodrow Rd, QLD 4514, Woodford

Learn a few Italian musical favourites to earn your free spaghetti and meatballs at your next Italian restaurant or long lunch gig! Sheet music provided based upon ‘Zumpa’ A Folk Musician’s Italian Tunebook by David De Santi. With an Italian heritage and musical background has been involved in the Australian folk music scene since 1984.

Zumpa hosts Italian Tunes Session, Woodford Folk Festival

 — (AEST, UTC+10) — (AEST, UTC+10)

Woodford Folk Festival, 87 Woodrow Rd, QLD 4514, Woodford

Learn a few Italian musical favourites to earn your free spaghetti and meatballs at your next Italian restaurant or long lunch gig! Sheet music provided based upon ‘Zumpa’ A Folk Musician’s Italian Tunebook by David De Santi. With an Italian heritage and musical background has been involved in the Australian folk music scene since 1984.

QUT Cultural Bites

QUT, Gardens Point Campus, 2 George Street, Brisbane

QUT Cultural Bites 2023

FREE entry

4pm - 8pm Thursday 10th August

Duhgu-ba, 'The Gathering Place' (next to the Goodwill Bridge), Gardens Point

To celebrate Multicultural Queensland Month, QUT is delighted to host this international food festival at Gardens Point. We're working with our international and cultural student clubs to celebrate diversity, and it's your chance to purchase traditional foods from different cultures and enjoy free entertainment.

Come along to the newly opened Duhgu-ba, ‘The Gathering Place’ at Gardens Point campus on Thursday 10th of August from 4pm until 8pm to try mouthwatering dishes, listen to music and watch dance performances from across the globe as the sun sets over the river.

There are a wide range of international and cultural clubs you can join at QUT. It's a great way to celebrate different cultures, connect, and build your community.

Zumpa and Taranta Meanjin @ Australian Italian Festival, Ingham

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TYTO Wetlands, Ingham, Cnr Bruce Highway and, Cooper Street, Ingham QLD 4850

The Australian Italian Festival is celebrated annually and is a fantastic event that promotes, showcases and celebrates the cultural attributes of Italian migrants and descendants in the Hinchinbrook Shire and Australia.

Over the weekend, the TYTO Parklands will be transformed into a full-scale piazza with nonstop, world-class entertainment and competitions. It celebrates all things Italian – Food, Wine, and Song with Market Stalls, a Historical display, Spaghetti and Pizza eating challenges, a Greasy Pole Challenge, Pizza Twirling, play a game of Bocce and much more.

The 2023 entertainment will feature Paul Tabone returning to Australia from his latest overseas performances. Also, dance away to the traditional Italian folk band, Zumpa, Cosima De Vito, Fortunato and his band, Attori and many more. Would you like to learn traditional Italian dance? We have Carina Dancers and Taranta Meanjin Brisbane, who will run traditional dancing displays and workshops. Or would you like to learn how to cook like an Italian? The cooking demonstrations return this year.

For the children, there are free amusement rides, a live puppet show, and a circus workshop; Prima Spada will be there with their fencing demonstration and other exciting events. On-site will be market stalls, homemade, mouth-watering Italian food from professional chefs and the best local Italian Nonnas on sale!

The Festival is run by volunteers and is a celebration of our cultural heritage.

Located at the award-winning TYTO Precinct, just 500 metres from Ingham's CBD. The precinct includes a library, gallery and visitors information centre along with pristine parklands and wetlands.

Saturday $20 Adult, Sunday $10 Adult, Weekend $25

The BUg - Queensland Youth Folk Orchestra, Zumpa celebrating Italian National Day

 — (AEST, UTC+10) — (AEST, UTC+10)

New Farm Bowls Club, 969 Brunswick Street, New Farm

CELEBRATE ITALIAN NATIONAL DAY with ZUMPA at The BUG (Brisbane Unplugged Gigs)

7.30pm - Blackboard (3 x 10 minute spots - 2 songs max.) - arrive early and see the MC for a spot. 8.15 - 9.00 pm - Queensland Youth Folk Orchestra led by Emma Nixon 9.15 - 10.00 pm - Zumpa ENTRY: $10 Tickets only at the door.

ABOUT THE VENUE There is a full bar and food is available at reasonable prices. Seating capacity - 100 comfortable.

ABOUT THE ARTISTS Queensland Youth Folk Orchestra The Queensland Youth Folk Orchestra (QYFO) is a gathering of young folk musicians and singers (13-30yrs) from across Queensland meeting to learn, teach each other and perform traditional and contemporary folk songs and tunes from Australia and beyond. Through a tapestry of workshops, sessions and performances led by Emma Nixon, QFYO provides opportunities for young musicians to learn a variety of musical styles in a space dedicated to development, friendship, inspiration and sharing. Website: facebook.com/folkaphonic

ZUMPA Join Zumpa as they celebrate Festa Della Republica (2 June). They will re-launch their first ever album - Sette Belli. It is a collection of seven beautiful classic and original tracks to evoke that Italian Mediterrenean feeling. Zumpa will transport you to forgotten Italian fishing villages, moonlit olive groves and a hard life under a hot sun where peasants play music to celebrate life with a fierce sense of humour. They provide the sounds and energy of folk, gypsy and Italian world music woven together to provide a truly spaghetti and meatballs experience.

Kristy Stanfield — main vocal, guitar Andre Bonetti — percussion, nose flute Benja King — double bass David De Santi — piano accordion Gareth Mewes — violin Innes Campbell — mandolin, backing vocal Sam De Santi - bouzouki

www.zumpafolk.com / www.facebook.com/zumpafolk

$10

Dall' Italia All' Australia by the Brisbane River

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Queensland Maritime Museum

In 1924, film director Angelo Drovetti embarked on epic 8,000 nautical mile voyage. The result is regarded as the most comprehensive film ever made of a migrant voyage.

Live the journey with live Italian folk music from Zumpa by the Brisbane River at the Queensland Maritime Museum as part of the 2022 Brisbane Anywhere Festival.

ABOUT THE NIGHT There will two performances with limited tickets on Friday 20 and Saturday 21 May 2022.

Gates will open at 6.30pm. Food and drink will be available. The film and live Italian folk music performance by Zumpa will be at 8pm. There will be pre-show entertainment including Taranta dance demonstration by Anna Cerreto and Tarantati Meanjin. The performances are part of the 2022 Brisbane Anywhere Festival - www.anywherefestival.is

Adults $35, Concession $28, Child $20

Dall' Italia All' Australia by the Brisbane River

 —  —

Queensland Maritime Museum

In 1924, film director Angelo Drovetti embarked on epic 8,000 nautical mile voyage. The result is regarded as the most comprehensive film ever made of a migrant voyage.

Live the journey with live Italian folk music from Zumpa by the Brisbane River at the Queensland Maritime Museum as part of the 2022 Brisbane Anywhere Festival.

ABOUT THE NIGHT There will two performances with limited tickets on Friday 20 and Saturday 21 May 2022.

  • Gates will open at 6.30pm. Food and drink will be available.
  • The film and live Italian folk music performance by Zumpa will be at 8pm.
  • There will be pre-show entertainment including Taranta dance demonstration by Anna Cerreto and Tarantati Meanjin.

The performances are part of the 2022 Brisbane Anywhere Festival - www.anywherefestival.is

Adults $35, Concession $28, Child $20

Zumpa, Rob Longstaff - Glasshouse Musos Night

Beerwah Hotel, 53 Beerwah Parade, Beerwah. QLD

Feature concert at the Beerwah Hotel with Zumpa and Rob Longstaff. Doors open 7.30pm Music from 8pm Free Entry The Glasshouse Musos (Sunshine Coast) is happy to announce that they are ramping up their involvement with the Beewah Hotel. Recognising the lack of performing opportunity for musicians, the hotel has responded warmly to more shows in the local area. From June the Musos will coordinate three events a month for the hotel. The events will be on the second Tuesday, the third Saturday and the last Sunday of the month. The evening is hosted by amazing local performer Rob Longstaff. The 21 August evening will feature Zumpa, from Brisbane. Be transported with Zumpa to forgotten Italian fishing villages, moonlit olive groves and a hard life under a hot sun where peasants play music to celebrate life with a fierce sense of humour. They provide the sounds and energy of folk, gypsy and Italian world music woven together to provide a truly spaghetti and meatballs experience. A highly energtic band bring frenzy to old Italian songs and tunes and also the sweetness of la dolce vita. www.zumpafolk.com

Good Folk by the River - West End Markets

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West End Markets, Davies Park, West End, Brisbane

Live music returns to West End Markets! Free gig on the banks of the Brisbane River at the wonderful Davies Park Market, West End (Brisbane). Music starts at 9am and goes through to Midday. Grab breakfast, a coffee, kombucha, water and chill on the hill. 9am - Zumpa (instrumental version Italian Folk Music) 10.10am - Fly Little Sparrow 11.20am - Zumpa Zumpa takes you on a musical journey to forgotten Italian fishing villages, moonlit olive groves and a hard life under a hot sun where peasants play music to celebrate life with a fierce sense of humour. Songwriters Lisa Brennan and Lizzie Flynn come together as Fly Little Sparrow to sing harmonies that emulate riding on the wings of a strong-willed bird. Heading on a flight path of beautiful harmonic arrangements, their eclectic repertoire and commentary will take you on a journey from fragility to hope.

Pull up a rug in Brisbane’s biggest sub-tropical backyard, relax and listen to smooth, jazzy tunes at The Sound Society.

11:45pm - The View From Madeliene's Couch - 2 sets

1.45pm - Zumpa - 2 sets until 3.30pm

To satiate your lunch time cravings, The Garden Room Café will be creating picnic hampers, specially curated for the event. Hampers are designed for two and include an assortment of home-made dips, cured deli meats and farmhouse cheeses. View the picnic hamper offerings via their web page. To pre-order a hamper for The Sound Society, please phone or email them.

The venue is licensed from 10am - 8pm, however to consume alcohol you must be 18 years and over and have food to accompany your drinks. Feel free to pack your own picnic should you not wish to pre-order from the Café.

The event takes place from 11am- 2pm.

May13

Tuscan degustation featuring beef! (Apologies to vegetarians). 4 courses with matching exquisite wines. $135 per person. Starter - Grass fed beef tartare, caper berries, cream fraiche, salmon rpe Entree - Ravioli with braised beef in truffle and butter sauce Main - Bistecca Fiorentina T-Bone with Tuscan roast potatoes, steamed beans and broccolini Dessert - Chocolate tarte passion fruit compote with chocolate mousse Bookings call: 07 3868 2011 events@gustodagianni.com

Previous events

Zumpa

 — (AEDT, UTC+11) — (AEDT, UTC+11)

Cobargo Folk Festival - Wandella venue, , Cobargo, Cobargo Showground, Cobargo

The Cobargo Folk Festival – featuring the best in local, national and international folk, roots and acoustic music in Cobargo on the beautiful NSW Sapphire Coast. Presented by the Yuin Folk Club Inc, the Cobargo Folk Festival is a non-commercial independent music and arts festival organised by volunteers from the local community and beyond. A welcoming, family-friendly, intimate festival with a focus on participation, great music and fun.

Weekend Pass Adult (over 18) $150.00, Friday Adult (over 18) $55.00, Adult Saturday (All day pass including Sat Night) $95.00, Adult Sunday all day $55.00

Zumpa

 — (AEDT, UTC+11) — (AEDT, UTC+11)

Cobargo Folk Festival - Wandella venue, , Cobargo, Cobargo Showground, Cobargo

The Cobargo Folk Festival – featuring the best in local, national and international folk, roots and acoustic music in Cobargo on the beautiful NSW Sapphire Coast. Presented by the Yuin Folk Club Inc, the Cobargo Folk Festival is a non-commercial independent music and arts festival organised by volunteers from the local community and beyond. A welcoming, family-friendly, intimate festival with a focus on participation, great music and fun.

Weekend Pass Adult (over 18) $150.00, Friday Adult (over 18) $55.00, Adult Saturday (All day pass including Sat Night) $95.00, Adult Sunday all day $55.00

Zumpa

 — (AEDT, UTC+11) — (AEDT, UTC+11)

Cobargo Folk Festival - Yuin Folk Club venue, Cobargo Showground, Cobargo

The Cobargo Folk Festival – featuring the best in local, national and international folk, roots and acoustic music in Cobargo on the beautiful NSW Sapphire Coast. Presented by the Yuin Folk Club Inc, the Cobargo Folk Festival is a non-commercial independent music and arts festival organised by volunteers from the local community and beyond. A welcoming, family-friendly, intimate festival with a focus on participation, great music and fun.

Weekend Pass Adult (over 18) $150.00, Friday Adult (over 18) $55.00, Adult Saturday (All day pass including Sat Night) $95.00, Adult Sunday all day $55.00

Zumpa hosts Italian Tunes Session, Woodford Folk Festival

 — (AEST, UTC+10) — (AEST, UTC+10)

Woodford Folk Festival, 87 Woodrow Rd, QLD 4514, Woodford

Learn a few Italian musical favourites to earn your free spaghetti and meatballs at your next Italian restaurant or long lunch gig! Sheet music provided based upon ‘Zumpa’ A Folk Musician’s Italian Tunebook by David De Santi. With an Italian heritage and musical background has been involved in the Australian folk music scene since 1984.

Zumpa hosts Italian Tunes Session, Woodford Folk Festival

 — (AEST, UTC+10) — (AEST, UTC+10)

Woodford Folk Festival, 87 Woodrow Rd, QLD 4514, Woodford

Learn a few Italian musical favourites to earn your free spaghetti and meatballs at your next Italian restaurant or long lunch gig! Sheet music provided based upon ‘Zumpa’ A Folk Musician’s Italian Tunebook by David De Santi. With an Italian heritage and musical background has been involved in the Australian folk music scene since 1984.

QUT Cultural Bites

QUT, Gardens Point Campus, 2 George Street, Brisbane

QUT Cultural Bites 2023

FREE entry

4pm - 8pm Thursday 10th August

Duhgu-ba, 'The Gathering Place' (next to the Goodwill Bridge), Gardens Point

To celebrate Multicultural Queensland Month, QUT is delighted to host this international food festival at Gardens Point. We're working with our international and cultural student clubs to celebrate diversity, and it's your chance to purchase traditional foods from different cultures and enjoy free entertainment.

Come along to the newly opened Duhgu-ba, ‘The Gathering Place’ at Gardens Point campus on Thursday 10th of August from 4pm until 8pm to try mouthwatering dishes, listen to music and watch dance performances from across the globe as the sun sets over the river.

There are a wide range of international and cultural clubs you can join at QUT. It's a great way to celebrate different cultures, connect, and build your community.

Zumpa and Taranta Meanjin @ Australian Italian Festival, Ingham

 —  —

TYTO Wetlands, Ingham, Cnr Bruce Highway and, Cooper Street, Ingham QLD 4850

The Australian Italian Festival is celebrated annually and is a fantastic event that promotes, showcases and celebrates the cultural attributes of Italian migrants and descendants in the Hinchinbrook Shire and Australia.

Over the weekend, the TYTO Parklands will be transformed into a full-scale piazza with nonstop, world-class entertainment and competitions. It celebrates all things Italian – Food, Wine, and Song with Market Stalls, a Historical display, Spaghetti and Pizza eating challenges, a Greasy Pole Challenge, Pizza Twirling, play a game of Bocce and much more.

The 2023 entertainment will feature Paul Tabone returning to Australia from his latest overseas performances. Also, dance away to the traditional Italian folk band, Zumpa, Cosima De Vito, Fortunato and his band, Attori and many more. Would you like to learn traditional Italian dance? We have Carina Dancers and Taranta Meanjin Brisbane, who will run traditional dancing displays and workshops. Or would you like to learn how to cook like an Italian? The cooking demonstrations return this year.

For the children, there are free amusement rides, a live puppet show, and a circus workshop; Prima Spada will be there with their fencing demonstration and other exciting events. On-site will be market stalls, homemade, mouth-watering Italian food from professional chefs and the best local Italian Nonnas on sale!

The Festival is run by volunteers and is a celebration of our cultural heritage.

Located at the award-winning TYTO Precinct, just 500 metres from Ingham's CBD. The precinct includes a library, gallery and visitors information centre along with pristine parklands and wetlands.

Saturday $20 Adult, Sunday $10 Adult, Weekend $25

The BUg - Queensland Youth Folk Orchestra, Zumpa celebrating Italian National Day

 — (AEST, UTC+10) — (AEST, UTC+10)

New Farm Bowls Club, 969 Brunswick Street, New Farm

CELEBRATE ITALIAN NATIONAL DAY with ZUMPA at The BUG (Brisbane Unplugged Gigs)

7.30pm - Blackboard (3 x 10 minute spots - 2 songs max.) - arrive early and see the MC for a spot. 8.15 - 9.00 pm - Queensland Youth Folk Orchestra led by Emma Nixon 9.15 - 10.00 pm - Zumpa ENTRY: $10 Tickets only at the door.

ABOUT THE VENUE There is a full bar and food is available at reasonable prices. Seating capacity - 100 comfortable.

ABOUT THE ARTISTS Queensland Youth Folk Orchestra The Queensland Youth Folk Orchestra (QYFO) is a gathering of young folk musicians and singers (13-30yrs) from across Queensland meeting to learn, teach each other and perform traditional and contemporary folk songs and tunes from Australia and beyond. Through a tapestry of workshops, sessions and performances led by Emma Nixon, QFYO provides opportunities for young musicians to learn a variety of musical styles in a space dedicated to development, friendship, inspiration and sharing. Website: facebook.com/folkaphonic

ZUMPA Join Zumpa as they celebrate Festa Della Republica (2 June). They will re-launch their first ever album - Sette Belli. It is a collection of seven beautiful classic and original tracks to evoke that Italian Mediterrenean feeling. Zumpa will transport you to forgotten Italian fishing villages, moonlit olive groves and a hard life under a hot sun where peasants play music to celebrate life with a fierce sense of humour. They provide the sounds and energy of folk, gypsy and Italian world music woven together to provide a truly spaghetti and meatballs experience.

Kristy Stanfield — main vocal, guitar Andre Bonetti — percussion, nose flute Benja King — double bass David De Santi — piano accordion Gareth Mewes — violin Innes Campbell — mandolin, backing vocal Sam De Santi - bouzouki

www.zumpafolk.com / www.facebook.com/zumpafolk

$10

Dall' Italia All' Australia by the Brisbane River

 —  —

Queensland Maritime Museum

In 1924, film director Angelo Drovetti embarked on epic 8,000 nautical mile voyage. The result is regarded as the most comprehensive film ever made of a migrant voyage.

Live the journey with live Italian folk music from Zumpa by the Brisbane River at the Queensland Maritime Museum as part of the 2022 Brisbane Anywhere Festival.

ABOUT THE NIGHT There will two performances with limited tickets on Friday 20 and Saturday 21 May 2022.

Gates will open at 6.30pm. Food and drink will be available. The film and live Italian folk music performance by Zumpa will be at 8pm. There will be pre-show entertainment including Taranta dance demonstration by Anna Cerreto and Tarantati Meanjin. The performances are part of the 2022 Brisbane Anywhere Festival - www.anywherefestival.is

Adults $35, Concession $28, Child $20

Dall' Italia All' Australia by the Brisbane River

 —  —

Queensland Maritime Museum

In 1924, film director Angelo Drovetti embarked on epic 8,000 nautical mile voyage. The result is regarded as the most comprehensive film ever made of a migrant voyage.

Live the journey with live Italian folk music from Zumpa by the Brisbane River at the Queensland Maritime Museum as part of the 2022 Brisbane Anywhere Festival.

ABOUT THE NIGHT There will two performances with limited tickets on Friday 20 and Saturday 21 May 2022.

  • Gates will open at 6.30pm. Food and drink will be available.
  • The film and live Italian folk music performance by Zumpa will be at 8pm.
  • There will be pre-show entertainment including Taranta dance demonstration by Anna Cerreto and Tarantati Meanjin.

The performances are part of the 2022 Brisbane Anywhere Festival - www.anywherefestival.is

Adults $35, Concession $28, Child $20

Zumpa, Rob Longstaff - Glasshouse Musos Night

Beerwah Hotel, 53 Beerwah Parade, Beerwah. QLD

Feature concert at the Beerwah Hotel with Zumpa and Rob Longstaff. Doors open 7.30pm Music from 8pm Free Entry The Glasshouse Musos (Sunshine Coast) is happy to announce that they are ramping up their involvement with the Beewah Hotel. Recognising the lack of performing opportunity for musicians, the hotel has responded warmly to more shows in the local area. From June the Musos will coordinate three events a month for the hotel. The events will be on the second Tuesday, the third Saturday and the last Sunday of the month. The evening is hosted by amazing local performer Rob Longstaff. The 21 August evening will feature Zumpa, from Brisbane. Be transported with Zumpa to forgotten Italian fishing villages, moonlit olive groves and a hard life under a hot sun where peasants play music to celebrate life with a fierce sense of humour. They provide the sounds and energy of folk, gypsy and Italian world music woven together to provide a truly spaghetti and meatballs experience. A highly energtic band bring frenzy to old Italian songs and tunes and also the sweetness of la dolce vita. www.zumpafolk.com

Good Folk by the River - West End Markets

 —  —

West End Markets, Davies Park, West End, Brisbane

Live music returns to West End Markets! Free gig on the banks of the Brisbane River at the wonderful Davies Park Market, West End (Brisbane). Music starts at 9am and goes through to Midday. Grab breakfast, a coffee, kombucha, water and chill on the hill. 9am - Zumpa (instrumental version Italian Folk Music) 10.10am - Fly Little Sparrow 11.20am - Zumpa Zumpa takes you on a musical journey to forgotten Italian fishing villages, moonlit olive groves and a hard life under a hot sun where peasants play music to celebrate life with a fierce sense of humour. Songwriters Lisa Brennan and Lizzie Flynn come together as Fly Little Sparrow to sing harmonies that emulate riding on the wings of a strong-willed bird. Heading on a flight path of beautiful harmonic arrangements, their eclectic repertoire and commentary will take you on a journey from fragility to hope.

Pull up a rug in Brisbane’s biggest sub-tropical backyard, relax and listen to smooth, jazzy tunes at The Sound Society.

11:45pm - The View From Madeliene's Couch - 2 sets

1.45pm - Zumpa - 2 sets until 3.30pm

To satiate your lunch time cravings, The Garden Room Café will be creating picnic hampers, specially curated for the event. Hampers are designed for two and include an assortment of home-made dips, cured deli meats and farmhouse cheeses. View the picnic hamper offerings via their web page. To pre-order a hamper for The Sound Society, please phone or email them.

The venue is licensed from 10am - 8pm, however to consume alcohol you must be 18 years and over and have food to accompany your drinks. Feel free to pack your own picnic should you not wish to pre-order from the Café.

The event takes place from 11am- 2pm.

May13

Tuscan degustation featuring beef! (Apologies to vegetarians). 4 courses with matching exquisite wines. $135 per person. Starter - Grass fed beef tartare, caper berries, cream fraiche, salmon rpe Entree - Ravioli with braised beef in truffle and butter sauce Main - Bistecca Fiorentina T-Bone with Tuscan roast potatoes, steamed beans and broccolini Dessert - Chocolate tarte passion fruit compote with chocolate mousse Bookings call: 07 3868 2011 events@gustodagianni.com