South.Point Sessions – Live Music Every Friday

October 13, 2020 By Southpoint Tuggeranong

Enjoy LIVE MUSIC every Friday night at South.Point!

Kick back at one of our foodie destination along Anketell Street and discover your local musicians

as they perform every Friday night outside Mookie Burger.


Friday Nights, 5:00 - 8:00pm


 Outside along Anketell Street


Meet the artists

"Rhythmic guitar playing, dynamic vocals, and an eclectic set lists have helped Nick become a veteran of Canberra’s live music scene over the past few years.

Seamless changes between songs ensure the atmosphere never drops off during his performances.

Nicks vocal range and guitar skills allow him to cover a hugely eclectic selection of songs."

"Kashia, Salale and Koebi Faumui are a vocal group who've been singing and performing together for over nine years.

Predominantly raised and influenced by gospel and acapella music from a young age, all three have been classically trained in piano and also play guitar, bass, ukulele, trumpet, Cajon and drums.

The siblings developed their vocal ability to sing and harmonize through regular singing sessions around the guitar as toddlers under the musical influences of their Samoan father and Polish mother.

In their time together they’ve recorded 10 original & 5 cover albums & have toured nationally and overseas.

Their originals chronicle their experiences and perspectives around social issues, mental health, love, relationships and family.

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“She has supported some of the world’s biggest names, Rita Ora, Jess Glynne, James Arthur and Adam Lambert, toured Australia on several occasions, with The Bodyguard The Musical and the Ministry of Sound Orchestrated Tour with Crystal Waters, Alison Limerick and Sam Sparro, and performed for the likes of ARIA winning group “Idea Of North” and the Governor-General of Australia, while being a proud ambassador of the incredible Cure Brain Cancer Foundation. Kirrah Amosa is dedicating all her time to give back the unwavering support she’s received over the years through her music. From the moment you see Kirrah, you’ll realise it’s not just a performance - you’re seeing part of her heart and soul.” 


“With her honey resonance, Siobhan McGrath brings a power and vulnerability to the stage. The 24-year-old has opened and sung alongside artists such as Timomatic, Katie Noonan, and Montaigne. Performing at the LGBT Awards, Sydney Royal Easter Show, Skyfire and more, Siobhan has years of experience in a broad range of genres. Her soulful tones will remind you of heartbreak in one moment, and have you dancing and singing along to your favourite tunes by the end of the night.”