There’s one last chance to bask in the beauty of Bond University’s amphitheatre with live music at twilight.
Live At Bond delivers one final live music event Sunday 4 November and one of the most vivid live acts in the country is making the trek from Melbourne for the afternoon.
Vaudeville Smash deliver an explosion of funk, flute, sax, synth and groove and pretty much guarantee dancefloor mayhem wherever they go.
Also jumping on the groove train for Live At Bond’s 4 November gig is The Steel Syndicate. This Brisbane-based octet has an eclectic genre-gending sound that reimagines elements of old school funk, reggae, ska and indie rock.
They’re bringing those grooves alongside rich vocal harmonies, a four-piece horn section and energising songs which will uplift the Bond audience and no doubt have them dancing in the aisles.
In summary, Live At Bond in November will be one hot sweat-fest as bodies writhe blissfully as some of the country’s best groove merchants lay down the funk.
Another upside? It’s all free and family-friendly.
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Live At Bond featuring Steele Syndicate and Vaudeville Smash takes place at Bond University’s ADCO Amphitheatre on Sunday 4 November. Get the latest at Live At Bond’s Facebook page.