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“As a parent, I am always looking for music that my kids love a sing-a-long to but that doesn’t drive me crazy. Angie Who is a rare vintage store find of uplifting folk and kid friendly play. Circle this gig in the family diary.” – Phil Spencer

A musical experience for grown ups and little people.

Join singer-songwriter Angie Who on a folky, blue-grassy journey through a collection of songs-of-old and new! Come ready to sing along to songs you maybe haven’t heard in a while, as well as all the smash hits from Angie Who’s family albums, Littlefolk and I Love You The Most.

Take home a little song you can sing together, in the middle of the night and all the day long! In a world of convenience, technology and apps, Angie Who reminds us not forget the magic of music and just singing together.

Angie is the host of Kinderling Kids Radio podcast Sing-a-Song with Angie Who.

“Her music is so delicate that it could only be delivered from the heart of someone who knows how to hold precious things… I urge you to listen, buy, try, do what you need to bring this album into your cabin, it will be time we’ll spent.” Benny Time

Accessibility Info:

This is a Sight No Obstacle and Language No Obstacle performance.
Click here for more information about Accessibility at Bondi Festival.

Show Info:
  • Please note, all children must be accompanied by a ticket-holding adult.
  • All attendees regardless of age will require a ticket to this performance.
Presented by:

Vocals Angie Who
Double Bass Evan Brown
Drums Craig Collier
Guitar Zac Abela

! Recommended for ages 0-5

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Time: 10:30 am - 11:20 am

Duration: 50 mins

Dates: Sat 10 July

Price: $17

Venue: Wayside Chapel

Address: 95 Roscoe St, Bondi Beach NSW 2026

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