Thursday 2 March from 7:30pm to 11:30pm
Seymour Centre's contemporary music program, Seymour Nights, returns for Sydney WorldPride.
Offering free gigs at dusk in the Seymour courtyard and coinciding with eight brilliant Sydney WorldPride events, Seymour Nights @ Sydney WorldPride will champion local LGBTQI artists and new sounds, with appearances by Seann Miley Moore, Tanzer, Dyan Tai, and more.
Join us for free performances from some of Australia's most vibrant voices, wickedest DJs, and most daring drag artists, all in the leafy, summery surrounds of the Seymour courtyard.
An artist unlike any other, non-binary singer-songwriter Rachel Maria Cox is quickly becoming one of the most promising emerging Australian acts. Blending popstar bravado with emo vulnerability, they’ve built a solid reputation for their relatable lyrics and energetic live show.
2018 saw Cox take their live show to Groovin The Moo, BIGSOUND, Mountain Sounds Festival, and King St Crawl, and they’ve supported everyone from Alex Lahey and Ruby Fields to Georgia Maq (Camp Cope) and La Dispute.
Their debut LP, Untidy Lines, gained critical acclaim from Triple J, Rolling Stone Australia, and Australian Guitar Magazine, and was The Brag’s Album of the Week.
Singles off Untidy lines were equally well received – Emotionally Untidy gained plenty of airplay on Triple J, If I’m Smiling (It’s Because I’m Thinking About Zac Efron) was added to Spotify’s Fresh Finds Playlist, racking up hundreds of thousands of streams and gaining them international attention, and Stronger Lines won the Triple J Unearthed NIDA competition, with the resulting film clip played on ABC’s Rage.