Newtown brewers Young Henrys will return to the Sydney Fringe Festival with their Best Served Loud show to take place at the Albion Hotel in Parramatta on Saturday, September 16.
Presented in collaboration with One Day Entertainment and the City of Parramatta, Young Henrys will present a musical mini-festival for one night only featuring Kamilaroi-Samoan singer-songwriter Becca Hatch, hip-hop artist Vv Pete, Blacktown rapper and producer Isaac Puerile and the self-proclaimed “next Aussie icon” Sollyy.
Nazlican Eren from One Day Management said the one-night extravaganza will celebrate the diverse and inspiring talent coming from Western Sydney.
“Young Henrys and One Day share the same ethos – and that is to support and nurture community. We’re so excited to be collaborating with Young Henrys on this special edition of Best Served Loud and to showcase the incredible and diverse talent that continues to come out of Western Sydney.”
Hosting Best Served Loud’s hip-hop spectacular is Del, presenter of FBi Radio’s The Snacc Pacc and supporter of the resurgence of music, arts and culture from Western Sydney along with local multi-disciplinary DJ Slays.
One Day Entertainment is an artist-led and community-powered hip-hop collective that celebrates and embraces the vibrant culture of Sydney’s Western Suburbs, Australia’s third-largest economy.
Niche Pleasures, Sydney-based tooth gem artists, will also be on hand to add some extra sparkle to the night.
Featured image: (L-R) Sollyy, Isaac Puerile, Vv Pete and Becca Hatch.