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May 20, 2022

Jinja Hiccups at Great Northern

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Jinja Safari has crept quickly and quietly into the Australian musical landscape with happy irreverence, sparked a fire, invited their friends and pulled down the roof to watch the stars.

With one of the hands-down most encapsulating and incredible live shows in the country, it doesn’t take long to give yourself over to the beat of a drum, a room with a thousand smiles and young, able gentlemen haphazardly climbing speaker stacks. Tonight at the Hotel Great Northern.


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