Since re-opening early this year, The Palais has re-claimed its crown with the slew of musical talent they’ve brought to the countryside of Hepburn Spring – and it shows no signs of slowing down as we enter the last few months of the year.
First up tomorrow night (Friday November 8) will see much loved Australian duo Busby Marou take to the stage in support of their recent fourth studio album The Great Divide. The album is a powerful chapter in the story of two men from two very different worlds, on the same journey and having reached a new level of maturity. If you’re keen to get out and about, this promises to be a powerful and moving show.
Later in the month, a real highlight will be when veteran singer-songwriter Steve Poltz comes through on Thursday November 28. The Canadian-born musician is one of the founding members of Californian indie-rock band The Rugburns and has forged out an impressive career as a solo artist and songwriter for other musicians, most notably pop-folk singer Jewel.
Heading into December, we’ll see non-stop touring musicians Tyson & Laura from ‘Sunday Lemonade’, bring their melodic, folky, ray-of-sunshine vibes to the Palais-Hepburn. With elements of The Head & the Heart, City & Color and The Lumineers evident throughout their high-energy performances, Sunday Lemonade is sure to leave you feeling as refreshed as a cool drink on a sunny, Spring afternoon. See them Friday, December 6.
And that’s just our few picks! There’s loads more happening so keep up to date via www.palais-hepburn.com
Photo by Laura Partain