Following the success of SummerSalt concerts over past summer seasons, the event will head to Canberra's Stage 88 in February, 2021.
Grammy nominees The Teskey Brothers have come a long way in a short time. The four friends have seen a meteoric rise in the part 12 months, amassing a legion of fans around the world. On stage, the group pull out all the stops, with Josh Teskey's voice defying belief.
The Cat Empire's live set at SummerSalt is your chance to gather your friends and family and get your dancing shoes ready – they'll be bringing genre-embracing anthems, high-energy performance and joyful sounds to elevate post-COVID spirits.
John Butler has an impressive one million album sales to his name. He's one of the most successful independent artists in Australia's history and the latest release, 'Home', debuted at #1 on the ARIA charts. John will bring his unique solo performances to SummerSalt.
Last year saw Boy & Bear triumphantly return to the international touring circuit to promote their album 'Suck On Light'. Celebrated for their unique sound, harmonies, warmth and charisma, Boy & Bear aim to project the musicianship and connection that their live audiences have come to love.
Sydney-based artist Montaigne (Jess Cerro) is 24 years old and has been recognised for her work with multiple spots on triple j's Hottest 100, an ARIA Award, countless festival slots and a spot representing Australia in Eurovision next year.
Groote Eyelandt's Emily Wurramara is a singer-songwriter now based in Tasmania. Through her music, she shares stories of country, family and culture sung in English as well as her traditional language Anindilyakwa. Her new single 'Cruising' is set for release this summer. Ticket information for SummerSalt can be found here.
SummerSalt Canberra 2021 Line-Up
The Teskey Brothers The Cat Empire John Butler Boy & Bear Montaigne Emily Wurramara
SummerSalt 2021 Dates
14 February – Glenelg Beach (Adelaide) 21 February – Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens 27 February – Stage 88 Canberra