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Mark Seymour and the Undertow

The entertainment line-up for Freds Pass is one of the most exciting ever, headlined by the inaugural NT performance of Mark Seymour and the Undertow.

As the front man for one of Australia’s most seminal bands, the mighty Hunters & Collectors, Mark Seymour is one of Australia’s most gifted and respected musicians. Rock classics that immediately etched their way into our national consciousness, including ‘Holy Grail’, ‘Throw Your Arms Around Me’, ‘When The River Runs Dry’, ‘Say Goodbye’, all of which appear on Mark Seymour and the Undertows ‘Roll Back The Stone’ live album released last year. Along with tracks from his ARIA winning solo career, it’s a show not to be missed.

9.15pm, Saturday, 19th May


Ash Grunwald

Ash Grunwald has had the most prolific blues career in Australian history. He’s been at the forefront of success in the Australian music scene for more than 12 years, he’s just released his 9th studio album and has been nominated for six ARIA awards won two APRA awards. No stranger to the top end, Ash is one of the hardest working artists in the country, and it shows.

8.15pm, Saturday, 19th May

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Burger Joint

Burger Joint are a 2-piece party band marrying fun, tongue in cheek lyrics with sweet melodies and groove.  G and T-Bone are former top end musos keen to show off their loop dominated funk that will get you smiling and moving.

6.00pm, Saturday, 19th May


Gleny Rae Virus and her POLKA PARTY!

Strap yourself in for Gleny Rae Virus and her POLKA PARTY! There's nothing more fun than heel and toe, so get ready to dance til you drop as GRV spices things up with a musical Contiki tour to all the accordion hotspots around the world, culminating with a "polkerated" medley of your favourite pop songs.

7.00pm, Saturday, 19th May


Tracey Bunn

With a blend of rock, folk, and 60's flavoured guitar pop, Tracey Bunn always delivers – 20 years of stage craft with award winning song writing demands your attention and garners praise.

1.00pm, Saturday, 19th May


David Garnham & the Reasons to Live

David Garnham & the Reasons to Live write songs about booze and women, fuelled by isolation and self-loathing.  From toe tappin’ thigh slappers to sentimental moments, it’s always from the heart.

5.00pm, Saturday, 19th May

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Stevie Jean

Stevie Jean, at the age of 18, sings and performs well beyond her years with her unique brand of indie rock and soul.  With her track ‘Hell in Every Religion’ gaining Triple J airplay and already being nominated for NT’s best voice in the 2017 NMLA’s, Stevies star is bright.

3.00pm, Saturday, 19th May


Adam Scriven

A singer songwriter and multi-instrumentalist born in England and now happy to call Australia home, Adam Scriven has been touring internationally for over five years wowing audiences with his ability to weave a web of instruments in a one-man band style performance.

Noon, Saturday, 19th May


The Hot & Cold Big Band

The Hot & Cold Big Band is Darwins premier 17 piece act, performing music that you can dance to, from the swing era through to more contemporary jazz-rock interpretations. Fronted by top monster of the game and living legend, Brian Manning, and including the best players around, Sunday at Freds Pass will be full of jive.

11.00am, Sunday, 20th May