First Beige


Sat 21 November 2020


The Tivoli

Presented By

The Tivoli & New World Artists

Date / Time

Doors 7:00PM
Start 8:00PM


From $35


General Admission
Cabaret Seating & Standing

First Beige draws upon jazzy colours, textural synth layers and interwoven vocal harmonies backed by driving house rhythms. This infectious live act presents listeners with an ever-evolving set comprised of extended improvised sections and high energy grooves. 

The Brisbane six-piece have continued to solidify themselves as one of the most eclectic, transportive and vibrant live acts to come out of Brisbane in recent years.

Having made a statement at BIGSOUND Music Festival and Conference in 2019, First Beige received high acclaim with Deafen County saying, “judging by the movement in the crowd, everyone is in favour of their funk” and Music is My Muse emphasising, “... First Beige are at their best, evoking growth in a sound that they have seemingly mastered…”

The band have hit the ground running in 2020, receiving praise from Gilles Peterson at a Worldwide FM broadcast show as well as appearing at Brisbane’s Laneway Festival, Party In The Paddock, A Festival Called Panama and Nine Lives Festival. Following up from their second EP ‘Mirrors’, First Beige are already hard at work in the studio, forever striving to push boundaries and further evolve their sound.

First Beige, with FELIVAND and Great Sage will play The Tivoli as part of Open Season this November. 

All events at The Tivoli will be operating under the relevant COVID safe plans stipulated by Queensland Health. Patrons health and safety is our number one priority. Guests will receive event-specific information via email in the week leading up to their performance. Please don’t hesitate to contact us for further information.

This event has a mix of General Admission Cabaret Seating and Standing tickets, and guests will be seated on a first-in, first-served basis. If you would like to be seated we recommend getting here close to doors.

This event is supported through Tourism and Events Queensland, and Arts Queensland’s Play Local funding as part of the Queensland Government’s Arts and Cultural Recovery Package and Green Beacon.

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