MELT Vinyl: Colour By Numbers

Brisbane Powerhouse

Colour by Numbers, the landmark second album of one of the most successful and pioneering band of the 80s, Culture Club, is celebrated by MELT Vinyl at the Brisbane Powerhouse on September 14.
A celebration of the greatest LGBTIQ+ albums, singers and icons of the past 50 years, MELT Vinyl brings the best in Brisbane’s music community together to pay homage to the messages, struggles and vocals of our LGBTIQ+ voices, kicking off with Colour by Numbers, Culture Club’s masterpiece album.

MELT Vinyl Brisbane Powerhouse

Brisbane’s Turtle Juice Records collective perform these infectious songs with guest vocalists James Halloran, Josh Daveta, Selma Soul and Yani. Flamboyant, fun, sexy, soulful, colourful, androgynous and carefree, this music event will bring Culture Club’s energy to Brisbane Powerhouse.
From house churner Church Of The Poison Mind to the irresistibly catchy Karma Chameleon, don’t miss these charismatic Brisbane performers take on the album that set Culture Club into stardom.

Brisbane Powerhouse is a valued partner of Must Do

MELT Vinyl: Colour by Numbers

Brisbane Powerhouse

119 Lamington St

New Farm

Sep 14 7pm

$34-$39 + book fee

3358 8600


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