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Nannup, 21 August 2024

Nannup Town Hall, WA, Bibbulmun and Wardandi Country

Nannup Town Hall stands on the traditional lands of the Bibbulmun and Wardandi People.

The old Nannup Town Hall is an iconic venue with great acoustics. Built in 1903 out of timber (as befits a timber town), the hall has held many events, including the first schoolhouse in the town, church services, and film showings. Its most challenging one, that almost saw it torn down, was the flood of 1982 when the Blackwood River rose and floodwaters at their peak flowed through the building at stage height.

Festival of Small Halls returns to Nannup on Wednesday, 21 August 2024 with Jed Parsons (NZ) and Alana Wilkinson (AUS).

Opening the show will be local act Maya Ixchell!

Maya Ixchell has been performing for the last few years and in that time has cemented herself as an upcoming name to watch in the Western Australian music scene. She has been a regular performer at festivals such as the Nannup Music Festival, Country Sounds Music Festival and Out of the Woods Festival. She’s opened for well-known artists such as the Hoodoo Gurus, Jon Stevens, Baby Animals, Mark Seymour, Fieldsy, Joan & The Giants and Mitchell Martin, toured up north playing shows all the way from Perth-to-Broome, performed live on national television for Telethon, released seven singles which have accumulated over 110,000 streams, featured two songs on an international radio chart aBreak58, and was even shortlisted for The Voice Australia in 2016.

Whilst completing her studies at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA), Maya Ixchell debuted her band at the Nannup Music Festival and held a successful band launch at Mojos in Fremantle. Kicking off this year with a Folk WAM Song Of The Year nomination for her single ‘Second Thought’ and new music in the works, 2024 is set to be a successful year. Regularly being compared to some of her favourite musical influences and songwriters such as Missy Higgins and Taylor Swift, Maya Ixchell loves incorporating her own experiences into her music and sharing the emotions and stories with her audience.

Food service will be available for sale: soup, sourdough and sweet treats.
Bar service, including beer, wine, tea and soft drinks will be available at the Hall from 6.30pm. 
All proceeds assist in the running of the event.

Tickets are priced at:
Full Admission – $30
Tickets available online below, or from TigerValley Gallery and Giftware (cash only).
12A-B Forrest St, Nannup WA 6275
Closes 3 pm
0477 186 103

Doors Open 6.30pm
Show Starts 7.00pm

Nannup Town Hall has accessible entry (ramp to hall) and accessible bathrooms.

This show is supported by Nannup Music Club inc.

Festival of Small Halls events take place in venues operating under an approved WA Health Covid Safe Event Checklist, and has stringent Workplace Health and Safety requirements for all travelling artists and crew. Under the terms and conditions of all events, you must not attend if you have any symptoms of Covid-19.

Please do your bit to protect others and keep your community safe.

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