Great Southern Nights presents Brian Campeau, Malaika Mfalme & ZSA ZSA

Fri, 22 Mar 9:45PM  

Great Southern Nights 2024 will take place from 8-24 March 2024 featuring more than 300 gigs across 17
nights throughout Sydney’s inner city and Western Sydney, as well as shows in seven key music
communities across NSW, including Tamworth, Wagga, Newcastle, Wollongong and the Northern Rivers.


(Sydney, nsw)
Superhero/art clown/producer

ZSA ZSA is an Eora/Sydney-based alt-pop artist whose self-produced music ranges from hyperpop to alt-folk, and explores themes of love, care and identity.

Malaika Mfalme

roots, indie
(Sydney, nsw)

Malaika Mfalme is a Tanzanian/Australian singer, songwriter, guitarist, and event producer creating on Gadigal Land (Sydney). Malaika writes immersive and evoking music that focuses on black love, self-acceptance, grief, and the journey of being loved and sometimes lost.  Malaika’s music creates a space focused on healing with a powerful message of kindness, acceptance and reflection vibrating through every one of their sonic outputs. Mfalme’s ink-stained fingers play sweet melodic guitar alongside strikingly smooth vocals layered with a looping pedal; reminding you their name is Angel for a reason.

Brian Campeau

pop, indie, Alt Folk, Rock
(Sydney, nsw)
Musician, model, influencer, lifestyle blogger, fashion entrepeneur
Since 2002 Brian Campeau has released 6 studio albums under his name and 4 studio albums with Green Mohair Suits. He's also contributed to the recordings of multiple other artists such as Elana Stone, Melanie Horsnell, Passenger, All Our Exes Live in Texas, Hinterlandt and Clio Renner amongst many others.
His song 'Montreal' was chosen as the main song for NAB's 'More Give, Less Take' advertisement campaign.