Music, Special Event
Endeavour Group Closing Weekend at the Ski Club

THE CAT EMPIRE

Supported by Katanga Junior

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Aussie icons The Cat Empire have had an illustrious career, spanning decades and genres. Illuminating stages across the globe, the band are a magnetic force that have captivated millions of adoring fans with their high energy performances and explosive sound and visuals.

With the band’s infectious groove and vibrancy, audiences are guaranteed to shimmy, shake and sing their way through a Cat Empire set to close Darwin Festival 2024. 

The Cat Empire head to the Top End with an all-new line up and a brand-new live show. Continuing the legacy and the driving force behind a new era for the band is Felix Riebl and Ollie McGill, two of the original three founding members of the group. Breathing energy into the band, the new project showcases a wonderful collective of musicians who retain the core DNA of The Cat Empire but include more collaborations, influences and diverse artistry. Fans can expect fresh interpretations of Cat Empire classics and a host of new material in a massive night of music that celebrates movement, vibrancy and playfulness. 

Support comes from Katanga Junior.

Hailing from the vibrant streets of Arusha, Tanzania, and now a musical force in Mparntwe/Alice Springs, this charismatic artist seamlessly blends reggae, ragga and hip-hop. for a sound that transcends boundaries and unites cultures, while getting your feet moving. Come for the muziki (music), stay for the cheza (play), furaha (joy) and upendo (love) because with Katanga Junior and band, the celebration never stops!

Presented by Darwin Festival and Darwin Ski Club

Ticket price includes one Social Membership to the Northern Territory Water Ski Association / Darwin Ski Club (the “NTWSA”) for a period of 12 months only from date of the event.*

*Please see our Terms and Conditions for more details.

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  • Photo Giulia McGauran

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