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Vance Joy, Baker Boy & Tones and I to perform at Nova’s ARIA-themed Red Room

Senior Journalist, B2B
Vance Joy, Baker Boy & Tones and I to perform at Nova’s ARIA-themed Red Room

In the lead up to this year’s virtual ARIA Awards, Nova will host a special edition of its Red Room series.

Nova’s Red Room ARIAs At Home Edition feature performances from award nominees Tones and I, Baker Boy and Vance Joy.

The event will be hosted by Nova Drive co-host, Tim Blackwell on Tuesday, November 23, ahead of the virtual ARIA Awards on Wednesday, November 24.

Music fans can enter the draw to win their invite to Nova’s Red Room ARIAs At Home Edition by listening to Nova’s Kate, Tim & Joel Drive show (3pm to 6pm) and Smallzy’s Surgery (7pm to 10pm). They can also enter by downloading the Nova Player from this week.

The event is being staged in partnership with Menulog.

Annabelle Herd, chief executive officer of ARIA, said she was proud to be able to celebrate Australia’s artists in this way.

“There’s no two ways about it, the quality of music coming out of Australia right now is absolutely exceptional. While the nation waits to experience that immense talent live, we’re very proud to be able to deliver this unique virtual experience in celebration of our artist’s creativity, diversity and dedication in the face of another year of adversity.”

Paul Jackson, NOVA Entertainment’s chief programming and marketing officer, said Nova’s Red Room ARIAs At Home Edition will provide a platform to support Australian talent and allow them to perform for fans at an exclusive virtual gig.

“Despite the last 18 months proving challenging for the industry, the quality of Australian music has never been better or more diverse,” he added.

Menulog – which also recently ran a campaign featuring Aussie artists including Baker Boy – said getting on board with the event was a no-brainer.

“This edition will celebrate all-Australian talent which aligns perfectly with our latest brand campaign featuring locals Baker Boy, Kirsten Salty, D’Arcy Spiller and Big Twisty,” Fiona Bateman, head of brand at Menulog, said. “As a homegrown Aussie delivery brand ourselves, it felt like the perfect time for us to give the now-infamous Snoop jingle an Australian makeover.”


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