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Young Henrys Best Served Loud at Miami Marketta

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Launching into 2023, Newtown brewers and distillers Young Henrys today announce the first 2023 edition of Best Served Loud, this time hitting sunny Queensland’s Miami Marketta on Sunday, March 5. Featuring an all-star lineup of Aussie acts including King Stingray, The Terrys, Teenage Joans and more, the Newtown beer lords will also be bringing along friends from Volcom Australia for an afternoon of non-stop entertainment.

Headlining the evening is the electrifying North-East Arnhem Land five-piece outfit, King Stingray. Coming off the back of a momentous 2022, the band have treated fans to a round of show-stopping performances, dazzling crowds across festival circuit at Spilt Milk, Splendour In The Grass and Lost Paradise. Since their meteoric rise and #1 Most Played Australian Track on triple j and accidental lockdown anthem, “Get Me Out”, the free-spirited band have seen their self-titled debut album King Stingray receive critical acclaim, with the fusion of piping-hot electric guitars, biḻma (clapsticks) and non-stop energy taking Australia by storm. Queenslanders get ready, because King Stingray is an act strictly not-to-be-missed this March.

Adding to Young Henrys’ takeover of the Miami Marketta are Gerringong-based trailblazers, The Terrys. Forming in the depths of a shared trailer house, the quintet swiftly saw fans swoon to the swirly sounds of their soothing beach-rock tunes like “Pesos” and “Penny,” and have gone on to garner praise from the likes of Life Without Andy, AU Review and countless more. Knowing a thing or two about putting on a killer show with an armoury of sold out tour dates under their belt, the Terrys are on course to display the distinct exuberance from their latest album True Colour to awaiting fans, who will be chanting their anthems all night long.

Eager to spill their high-octane presence onto awaiting audiences this March are indie-pop-punk powerhouse Teenage Joans. Hailed as South-Australia’s Best Live Act at the 2019 National Live Music Awards, Teenage Joans have enjoyed an upwards trajectory, captivating Aussie crowds with their unapologetic lyricism and relentless hooks. Going from strength to strength, the duo have unleashed the sounds of their award-winning debut EP Taste Of Me around major festivals such as Yours & Owls, Summer Sounds and more, and will be crash-landing into the mosh-pit of the Miami Marketta.

Treating fans to a slew of hit singles throughout 2022 like “Heart Attack” and “All My Friends Are High”,  Bella Amor will also be making her Best Served Loud debut in Queensland’s iconic live music institution. With a reputation for wearing her heart on her sleeve paired with a distinct knack for creating shimmering, relatable melodies, Amor’s explosive concoction of soulful, cathartic flavours will be on full display, showing the soul-bearing honesty that has earned her a place in fan’s hearts.

Cranking up the heat and joining the gang of talented local acts are the electrifying South-East Queensland motley-crew, Chutney. Known for their chaotic and ground-stomping live performances, the four-piece spent 2022 performing at Space Out Festival, Gold Coast Show, Urban Sport Fest and more. With a growing catalogue of red-hot tracks such as “Dream in a While” and “If You Go”, Chutney will be spluttering hooks throughout the evening, turning heads with their unmistakable high-voltage live showing.

Adding to the entertainment throughout the evening, Volcom Stone’s Australian Skate Team will be transforming the laneways of Miami Marketta, kickin’ ripper half-pipes while live-music continues to roll on. Providing Young Henrys drinks specials all Sunday long, Best Served Loud will also be fitted with a pop-up tinnie bar making sure to keep fan-favourite YH brews and signature serves rippling throughout the night.

Synonymous with serving the people for over 10 years, Young Henrys are proud to continue to champion Australia’s prospering live music and arts culture, banding together the community for this unmissable mini-fest. Giving back to their community and the wider Aussie live music-scene, don’t miss when the Newtown brewers and distillers head north this March for the ultimate 2023 curtain-raiser.

Unveiling an unmissable lineup of fan-favourite Aussie acts, there’s no better place for Queenslanders to be this March. Join Young Henrys as they serve up their first Best Served Loud for 2023 – round up your mates and head to OzTix to secure your tickets now before they’re gone!

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