The wait is over, Whyalla City Council has announced the scintillating line up of acts to feature this year's festival.

The council has been working closely with Adelaide Fringe to develop an exciting lineup of talented artists to bring their popular performances to Whyalla, with something sure to please everyone.

From local to international acts, from music to circus acts, it's Whyalla's own slice of "fringe".

The council is excited to announce the official lineup of acts performing at Whyalla’s forurth uneARTh Festival, which is a free event for the whole community.


The spectacular Massaoke Band are coming to uneARTh Festival. Expect classic hairbrush anthems, giant video lyrics and one massive sing-along!

They'll take you on a glittering, spandex-clad journey through all your favourite hits, with mash-ups, megamixes and more. There's something for everyone, so whether you’re a pop princess, a disco diva or a rock monster, all you need to do is BRING THE SING!




An award winning triple-threat entertainer with astounding vocals, Jason is sought by the best; he has sung for the Beckhams and as a vocalist for Adele during her 2017 tour. Singing is Jason’s first language and performance his second nature.

Jason’s extraordinary vocal range extends across four octaves, making him a rare phenomenon. “The proficiency, strength and versatility of Chasland's vocal skills cannot be denied or understated” - Theatreview.

With cheek, charm and boundless charisma, Jason’s authenticity and whole-hearted performances stun audiences; gripping them with energetic theatrics, brilliant wit, big notes and an abundant repertoire. He can sing virtually anyone and anything with spectacular finesse.




A positive and infatuating style of music, the group immediately impacted strongly on the music scene in 2018 with their support slot for comedy trio Aunty Donna’s album tour and their singles, “Heartbreak” and “Wild at Heart”. Alternative versions of these songs are available with Japanese lyrics, an innovative idea seldom associated with other Australian bands.

Their recent EP, “VOA” expands the band’s style by combining groovy instrumental riffs, ambient pop synths and infatuating hook lyrics, delivered with the familiar energy known to band, as is especially evident in their stage presence in their live shows.



Formed in 2015, The Yorke Band met while studying at Adelaide University's Centre for Aboriginal Studies in Music where founding members Zakari, Ben and Caleb were studying. They began bringing original songs about identity crisis, substance abuse and family structures that had affected them. Coming from large indigenous families, the boys wanted to share the positive experiences in overcoming these issues with their community to empower young indigenous kids to dream big.



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