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Manoa – Album Launch Tour


Fri 10 May 2019, 8:00pm–11:00pm

Where: SONAR Room , Upstairs, 42 Mews Rd, Fremantle, Western Australia

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Listed by: Six By Nine Agency

Manoa – "Change Is In The Air" launch with special guests ETS Trio & Reins.

Manoa is launching his debut EP ‘Change Is In The Air’ on an international tour starting with an Australia national tour in April 2019! After touring the album throughout Australia he will be heading overseas to take the music through the West Coast of the United States and Hawaii. The music video for his new single, ‘Change Is In The Air’ will be launched alongside the new EP in April!

‘Change Is In The Air’ was inspired by The Pacific Earth School, an urban permaculture farm and learning center on Stradbroke/Minjerribah Island. The song embodies the message of personal and cultural transformation through new ways of education and new ways of being connected to each other and the more-than-human world.


California-born and Australian based roots artist Manoa weaves a dynamic soundscape of upbeat songs with positive messages and intention. His music ranges from laid back soulful folk melodies to groovy reggae loops that uplift the spirit and inspire bodies to move. Manoa’s early musical influences come from growing up sailing around the Caribbean and experiencing the music of the islands.

Manoa has shared his music at various festivals around Australia and New Zealand (Splendour In The Grass (2016), Island Elements Festival (2018), Biophilia (2019 - NZ), Uplift Festival (2014), Nimbin Roots Festival (2016), O'Heart Festival (2017/18). He has supported a range of inspirational roots artists including Dustin Thomas (USA), Oka, The Floating Bridges, and Nicky Bomba.

'The Water Song', written to raise awareness about the importance of clean water, was released in 2016. The music video was created in collaboration with Uplift Connect and has received worldwide acclaim.

With a background as a marine biologist and after completing his PhD in Environmental Education & Ecopsychology from Western Australia, Manoa moved to Byron Bay to focus on music full time. He lived at the Bentley Blockade in 2014 and where he experienced the power of music to bring community together. Manoa co-produced the album ‘Songs of the Bentley Blockade’ because he strongly believes in the magnetic power of music to bring healing, empowerment, self expression and to build and bond community.

He is also a cultural ambassador for the Pacific Village and Earth School on Stradbroke Island/Minjerribah and runs workshops around music and connection to the more than human world.