In full voice

Musical artists from around the world will converge on Tasmania this winter to perform alongside a dynamic line-up of home-grown talent in the 2024 Festival of Voices.

Artistic director Isobel Marmion said with other winter events on hiatus in 2024 the festival had amplified its offerings to attract more interstate visitors.

“As Tassie’s biggest winter festival for 2024 we’re thrilled to announce the star-studded line- up which is sure to spread joy and celebrate the power of song and the delight of music,” Ms Marmion said.

“The highly participatory festival known for its exceptional choral performances, hands-on workshops, cabaret, contemporary concerts, singalongs and pop-up experiences will take place from 28 June to 7 July 2024.

“This year’s pop-up program promises to enchant people around Tasmania as hundreds of singers in small and large groups surprise and delight passers-by with a free performance.”

The 2024 line-up includes American Grammy winner Macy Gray, ARIA Award winner Montaigne and Tasmanian country music legends The Wolfe Brothers.

“The opening night will feature The Tasmanian Songbook, an exciting performance celebrating Tasmanian songs and stories and highlighting the diversity and uniqueness of our island state,” Ms Marmion said.

“The program is brought to life with the support of many organisations and we thank Events Tas, the City of Hobart and festival volunteers for their continued support in bringing joy through music to the Tasmanian community this winter.”

Tickets and the full program are available at festivalofvoices.com

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