An Evening With Cookie Baker
8 July 2023 | 7:30PM | Port Arthur Historic Site: The Asylum
Sparkling vocals and lyrical brilliance
Join us at Port Arthur Historic Site for an evening of Cookie Baker’s sparkling vocals and lyrical brilliance. In this intimate performance, situated in The Asylum, Cookie will take you on a journey through stories of longing and loss, punctuated with her trademark grit and effervescence. Through a whirlpool of contemporary folk and country songwriting, Cookie’s singularity is tantalisingly refreshing.
Cookie Baker will be joined by local choir The Tasman Peninsula Singers who will also showcase their own repertoire during the interval.
‘An undercurrent of angst and an overcurrent of sunshine.’ – Nkechi Anele, triple j
AT THE VENUE
Food trucks and bar will be available before and during the performance, so why not cosy up around the bonfires and grab a bite to eat? Doors open at 6pm.
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General Admission – $45
*A Booking Fee of $3.00 applies, plus a 2.2% Basket Fee which will be calculated at check-out.
1hr 30mins including interval
VENUE: PORT ARTHUR HISTORIC SITE: THE ASYLUM
Getting to the venue:
- Port Arthur Historic Site is located 90 minutes from nipaluna/Hobart by road.
- The Asylum is located a short walk from the Visitors Centre. Look for the Festival of Voices signs.
- There are regular transport services between nipaluna/Hobart and Port Arthur.
Free parking is provided.
Accessible bathroom facilities are also available within the Visitor Centre.
Guide Dog Symbol / Registered Assistance Animals welcome
Guide Dogs and Registered Assistance Animals are welcome and must be kept on lead.
From force-feeding Christmas Day concerts to her family on the front verandah to recording with Tim Rogers (You Am I) and sharing stages with the likes of beloved Australian artists Augie March, Kate Miller-Heidke, Ben Lee, Mick Thomas (Weddings, Parties, Anything) and The Audreys, Cookie’s 2019 LP, ‘This Is Not A Love Song’, is the perfect introduction to her wide range of influences and the whip-smart character of her songwriting.
Recorded in Sydney, Melbourne and San Francisco - co-produced with Michael Carpenter of Sydney's Love Hz Studios - 'This Is Not A Love Song’ is an exercise in compact contradiction and adaptation, swinging the pendulum dramatically from tongue-in-cheek and unapologetic country nursery-rhymes-for-adults, to sweeping indie pop heartbreakers, to introspective and sparsely decorated contemporary folk.
In a world of cheap thrills and quick pleasures, Cookie’s singularity is tantalisingly refreshing.
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