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?Vivid Sydney 2018 – Cat Power Moon Pix 20th Anniversary ?

Vivid Sydney reviews takes on Cat Power’s comeback with a concert their generation and the new one will surely love. If you want nostalgia, on point, if you want lights, if you want to get more of the good vibes, Vivid has you covered. When you find yourself to feel a little nostalgic about the past, then you should check this one out. Party all night with your friends and meet new people in the concert as the night moves on.

Vivid Sydney won’t disappoint. Vivid Sydney accommodation deals are also limited so hurry up and plan yourself accordingly to fully enjoy the festivities.

Cat Power

Cat Power makes a huge comeback before Vivid finishes on June 16. If you’re a huge fan then this will be your best way to see Vivid Sydney with the music you already know. After you have your Vivid accommodation packages, just head out to get your money’s worth and just roam Sydney for this year’s Vivid programs.

What dates is this on? May 31

What time does this Vivid event start? 8PM-10PM

Where can this be found? Sydney Opera House, Bennelong Point, Sydney, NSW 2000

How much are the tickets for this Vivid installation? Prices starts at $69


Marking 20 years since the release of her breakthrough album, Moon Pix, Chan Marshall (aka Cat Power) returns to the Sydney Opera House, debuting this seminal precursor to the current cultural explorations of female experience. Potent for new and original fans alike, Moon Pix’s anti ‘bubblegum pop’ version of girl power is a heart rending exploration of fragility and strength.

Performing the album in full with her original collaborators, Jim White (Xylouris White, Dirty Three) and Mick Turner (Dirty Three), Cat Power’s melancholy lyrics and bewitching vocals will pour out across the dreamlike expanse of the Concert Hall; a hypnotic reminder of her timeless vocal abilities. Recorded in Melbourne over 11 days, Moon Pix is perhaps even more relevant now than it was during its release; hailed for its dark, honest and unguarded lyrics, Marshall’s ability to tell a powerful tale of innate fragility is especially compelling against  the expressive, urgent arrangements seeping through every track.

Share a trip through her poignant breakthrough album as Cat Power reminds us why she stood with Patti Smith and Debbie Harry, paving the way for women as singer songwriters.


Vivid Sydney 2018

Weekdays: 10am – 6pm
Saturday: 10am – 6pm
Sunday : Closed

After Business Hours, By Appointment only.

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