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Brooke Candy The Whore Tour

When:

Fri 22 Feb 2019, 10:00pm–3:00am

Where: The TBC Club, 388 Brunswick Street, Brisbane CBD, Queensland

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $43.52 ($40.00 + $3.52 fees)
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Listed by: ValhallaTouring

She’s effervescent, charismatic and fearless.
The freedom and enthusiasm she expresses is beyond contagious and undeniably best experienced live!

Feb 16 - Oxford Arts Factory - Sydney
Feb 19 - Valhalla - Wellington
Feb 21 - Whammy - Auckland
Feb 22 - The TBC Cub - Brisbane
Feb 23 - The Tote - Melbourne

Brooke Candy is a rapper, singer, dancer, performance artist and fashion muse from Los Angeles. Her self-made
music videos have garnered millions of views around the world and shaped a uniquely devoted and interconnected fan base of like-minded freaks, queens and queers.
Candy’s musical career began with an outlandishly stylized video for her late-2012 banger “Das Me,”. By that point she was known for her cameo appearance in “Genesis” by Grimes. Inspired in part by ’90s rapper Lil’ Kim, Brooke’s musical career stands out with her uniquely blunt sound and hyper-sexual explicit songs presented in colorful videos.

She released her Opulence EP in 2014 that features the popular single “Rubber Band Stacks”. The SoCal native went on to endorsement deals with Diesel industries and two sell-out collaborations with Mac Cosmetics. Throughout 2016 & 2017 she released a string of Spotify singles “Happy Days”, “Nasty”, “Changes” and the pop hit “Living Out Loud”, which went to #4 on the dance charts. The self-identified queer artist separated with her record label Sony RCA in 2017 to get back to her punk inspired roots. Brooke took her new sound to The Roxy Theater on the Sunset Strip, wowing fans with her new edge.

“Candy is one of the most inclusive and politically outspoken artists of our era, who also knows how to entertain a crowd. Whether its 20 or 2,000 people, Brooke Candy puts on a goddamn good show.”
- Summer Dos Santos, Blurred Culture

“The playful nature of her music, on a surface level, might appear as if it’s just freaky music for the club, but actually, party tracks like hers are bristling with genuine political power”
- Daisy, Noisey