AIM delivered a large portion of talent for the Sydney Royal Easter Show this year, with students from various departments performing across 5 stages, showcasing different styles of music. Everything from acoustic duos and trios in the Davidson Pavilion, to mellow jazz and soul in the Food and Wine Graze Podium, to international anthems in the Main Arena. These performances and more were featured during the ten days of the show.
Soul and R&B guitarist Danai said, “it was rewarding to see the joy of the children when we were performing. It was also a good opportunity to perform for a different crowd.”
If that’s not enough, 4 of AIM’s top bands: Remote Control Freak, Pocket of Stones, Enter the Ninja and Hide Your Hope also performed on the TV Stage, complete with an impressive backline.
AIM has certainly put forward some of its best artists to entertain the public with music genres ranging from country, indie-rock, soul and a taste of original material.
“As always, AIM is thrilled to once again be a part of the entertainment on display at The Sydney Royal Easter Show. The Easter Show stages are a wonderful opportunity for our students to perform their music live to show goers, with everything from country, rock and pop, Jazz and Music theatre.” Louise O'Sullivan, Marketing Manager.
Thanks to all thoe people who came to support our AIM students this year at the show!