Kate Miller Heidke - presented by One Louder and The Harbour Agency

Kate Miller-Heidke

Kate Miller-Heidke has the critics raving with her fourth studio album, and first independent release, O Vertigo! The album playfully redefines the boundaries of her unique style of indie pop whilst pushing her voice into uncharted vocal terrain.

Made possible by the support of Kate’s army of loyal fans who funded the album through PledgeMusic in a record-breaking 3 days, the album was released in March and garnered rave reviews along with a top five debut on the ARIA album chart.

Kate launched the album to her fans in capital cities with a sold-out series of intimate acoustic shows, featuring long-term collaborator Keir Nuttall on guitar and musical freak-genius John Rodgers on violin and piano. The trio will now embark on an extensive national tour to premiere songs from O Vertigo!, along with old favourites. 

The Joan is the only Sydney stop on the tour - this is your chance to see Kate Miller-Heidke, who will be be joined by some of the best musicians in Australia to perform in full band mode and bring O Vertigo! to life in brand new arrangements.

When people discuss Kate Miller-Heidke, the metaphors have to be big in order to match a voice that is nothing short of monumental. From the towering pop of the title track to the arresting romantic ballads that made her a household name, to electrifying barnyard-stompers and surprising duets, O Vertigo! scales new and adventurous heights in songwriting and performance.

This is your last chance to see Kate Miller-Heidke tour this year before she disappears overseas. Don’t miss one of Australia’s most talented and exciting live performers live at The Joan in the intimate setting of the Q Theatre.

UK singer-songwriter Ryan Keen will be joining Kate on all dates. With the warm, breathy voice, technically virtuosic guitar playing style and armful of confessional and/or observational material, Ryan Keen is about to become your favourite new bard.

Kate's Penrith show is open to all ages.


Saturday 16 August at 8pm

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