Electric Fields, photo by Morgan Sette; DEM MOB, photo by Riot Media

Presented in collaboration with Adelaide City of Music

Be a part of the future of one of the world's oldest cultures as Australian First Nations artists Electric Fields and DEM MOB take over Lincoln Center for a one-night-only performance. Multi-award-winning Electric Fields plays a striking mash-up of living history with dance music, bringing moments of breathtaking beauty and strength to the stage. Featuring the rare and beautiful voice of Zaachariaha Fielding, who often sings in the ancient languages of his Anangu culture, and the brilliant producer Michael Ross, Electric Fields utilizes soulful pop and epic electronics to create intensely intimate story-songs. Hip-Hop sensations DEM MOB have been turning heads around the world with songs about life in remote far north South Australian communities and their desire to change lives and unite people of all walks of life through the power of sound. Combining entrancing lyrics, traditional language, and an innate need to enjoy life, DEM MOB’s energy sets the tone for an Australian party to remember.

Run time: approximately 2 hours

Video Production by Nel Shelby Productions

If you have any questions about this event, please contact Guest Experience at 212-875-5456 or [email protected].

 

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