Due to Covid-19, the concert in Munich has to be postponed to March 2022. Tickets have already been purchased remain valid.
The rapid rise of Tash Sultana’s musical career has been just breath-taking. In just three years, she’s gone from the streets of Melbourne to the largest concert halls in the world!
Sultana plays solo, as a ‘one-person band’, on four or five guitars as well as other instruments such as bass, keyboards, flutes and trumpet.
But that’s set to change a little. On her upcoming tour, Sultana announced that for the first time, she’ll be bringing her own live band with her. Having developed and refined her own sound over the years, this makes sense. As exciting as it is to watch Sultana playing the instruments with virtuosic mastery (backed by loops), it’s clear that there’s a lot more underlying potential. One can look forward to the new arrangements and renditions of songs from her "Notion" double platinum EP, as well as on the debut album, "Flow State", for which she won an ARIA Award.
No doubt, Tash will work in the odd solo number here and there. But it can be taken for granted that with this larger line-up, her performance will still be characterised by her characteristic on-stage energy.
We are delighted to welcome this exceptional talent from Australia to the Olympic Hall!
Support: Josh Cashman