Thu, 01 Oct | Desert TV for Mo's Desert Clubhouse

Transvaal Diamond Syndicate LIVE on Desert TV

Catch Blues Rock road dogs Transvaal Diamond Syndicate LIVE in your loungeroom on Thursday October 01 at 8.00pm.
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Transvaal Diamond Syndicate LIVE on Desert TV

Time & Location

01 Oct 2020, 8:00 pm AEST – 02 Oct 2020, 9:00 pm AEST
Desert TV for Mo's Desert Clubhouse

About The Event

Pack your esky, put a few hot treats in the oven and get ready to bite down on a LIVE and rowdy loungeroom experience with touring act Transvaal Diamond Syndicate, manufacturers of some of Australia's finest hard edge Blues Rock.

The now Gold Coast trio throw down a 40min set and live interview for Episode 3 of Desert TV, new professionally captured and edited music TV channel.  Episode 3 airs Thursday 01 October at 8.00pm AEST.

In a solid 9 years on the road, the band has managed to put over 300,000kms on the tour van, have dropped 5 releases, had 5 tracks featured on Triple J Radio, won numerous awards including a #1 slot on 4ZZZ Hot 100, regularly charted on AMRAP charts and has played most of the country's Blues and Roots festivals in a decade of commitment to the cause.

Purchase your $10 household ticket now and the livestream link will be sent to your email on the day of the show.  Then log in to Desert TV's YouTube channel via the link, join the chat room and you're away!  Exclusive show for ticket holders only. 

Desert TV is the live video arm of Gold Coast creative space Mo's Desert Clubhouse, aiming to develop and nurture the energy and creative vision of artists and industry workers, capturing professionally-recorded live sets which engage the community in collaborative experience and provide necessary alternate income streams.   

With help from the awesome folk at Beats Cartel, Mo's Desert Clubhouse, Serotonin Productions, Wild Honey Production, City of Gold Coast and the QLD Government.  Funded by the Regional Arts Development Fund, a partnership between the Queensland Government and the City of Gold Coast Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland. 

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