Amaru Tribe


8:00 pm-10:00 pmSaturday, 17 September 2022


Kew Court House

188 High St

Kew VIC 3101

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Folk-tronic act Amaru Tribe will take to the Kew Court House stage on Saturday 17 September, playing their signature ‘Oceanic Cumbia’ sounds, exploring the intersection between cultures. The band blends traditional music from Latin America, urban flow and contemporary electronic sounds for a truly unique performance featuring some newly released tracks.

Amaru Tribe is comprised of music producer and singer/songwriter Oscar Jimenez (Colombia/Australia), muralist and singer/songwriter Katherine Gailer (Colombia/Australia) and percussionist Cristian Saavedra (Chile/Australia). Their live show has captivated audiences at major festivals such as Womadelaide, Bluesfest and Queenscliff Music Festival as well as international tours to the USA (SXSW), Colombia, Thailand and Taiwan.

Amaru Tribe’s performances are a playground for exploring the intersection between cultures, traditional music from Latin America and new contemporary sounds. Their self-created genre “Cumbia Oceanica” features vibrating charangos, urban flow, electronic and afro-Latin beats, and powerful vocal harmonies.

This special event at Kew Court House is a chance for audiences to experience a truly unique performance with their signature sounds.