Ann O’aro


Ann performs stark and bluesy songs of rage and hope, tackling taboos and her personal history. Backed by simple percussion and trombone, she transforms the Maloya tradition: the music of the sugarcane fields worked by slaves on Réunion Island, a former French colony off the east African coast.

Supported by the Indian Ocean Music Market (IOMMa). The IOMMA regional cooperation program is cofinanced by the European Union

Saturday 18 January, 7.158pm
Sunday 19 January, 33.45pm
Included in Festival Pass $89–$139 + booking fee
Included in relevant day pass $29–$69 + booking fee