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Ella Hooper - Live In Concert

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Get ready to be captivated by the incredible journey of Ella Hooper, who exploded onto the Australian music scene as a teenage prodigy. At a mere 13 years old, Triple J discovered her, and by her 17th birthday, Ella was already celebrating her first number one hit with ‘Mascara.’ At 18, she shattered barriers by becoming the first woman ever to be honoured with APRA’s Songwriter of the Year award.

Following the triumphant success with the chart-topping band Killing Heidi, Ella embarked on an exhilarating solo career. Her highly anticipated album, ‘Small Town Temple,’ penned in her beloved hometown of Violet Town, marks an exciting new chapter in her artistic journey, revealing the depths of her profoundly personal song writing.

With a string of gold and platinum records and an impressive collection of four ARIA Awards, Ella Hooper’s dedication to her craft continues to shine. As she passionately declares in ‘Small Town Temple’: “Still strong, still on a mission.” Join us for an unforgettable performance and experience Ella’s incredible talent live!


Supported by the incredible NEAV

NEAV signed a world-wide publishing contract with ‘ORiGiN Music Publishing’ (Gotye, Megan Washington), at 16, and signed to Sydney-based boutique independent Record Label ‘Double Drummer’ (Greta Stanley, Cousin Tony's) at 17.  NEAV released her debut EP a year later in November of 2022.

NEAV has received critical acclaim from the music media (Rolling Stone [Australia], Amazing Radio [UK and USA], Triple J [Australia], and MTV [Australia]. She has also been recognised for her music by her industry peers, twice winning the Australian Songwriters Association's annual 'Australian Songwriting Competition' (2020 & 2021), winning the Listen Up Music National 'Songwriting Prize' (2020), and twice being nominated for the APRA AMCOS/ASA 'Songwriter of the Year' award.

NEAV has opened for or shared the stage with artists such as Greta Stanley, The Moving Stills, Dan Sultan, Pierce Brothers, Imogen Clark, Cousin Tony's Brand New Firebird, Little Quirks, and Elaskia in well-known venues across Sydney, Newcastle and the Central Coast.






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