• USA/Australia

Emily King + Harry James Angus

An evening of jazz-inspired soul pop crooners that will melt hearts.


‘King’s soul-pop records evoke an instinctual happiness … this is music to groove to.’

- Spectrum Culture

Possessing a vocal that melts hearts and weakens knees, Grammy nominee Emily King is equal parts soulstress and pop princess. Rolling out caramelised ditties from a place where the café meets the dancefloor, this daughter of an internationally renowned jazz duo blends soul, pop and swoon with an understated grace fostering instant intimacy.  
Joining this New York heartthrob is The Cat Empire’s Harry James Angus with his latest incarnation Struggle With Glory. Backed by Melbourne maestros, Angus continues to cross musical boundaries, transporting the classic Greco-Roman myths into a surreal world of old-time jazz and gospel music. Revenge, giant beasts in strange lands, the doomed love affairs of Gods and men and the unstoppable torrent of fate are served up with the unmistakable sound of Angus’ old dented trumpet. 

Want to live it up as a VIP at the Gardens? Limited VIP Experience seats are available for each show at the Chevron Gardens this year. With a guaranteed seat within the VIP area and your own dedicated cash bar, grab your friends and be the envy of everyone at the Gardens.

Set Times

Harry James Angus - 8pm
Emily King - 9.30pm 


A power punch of neo-soul goodness, Demon Days conjure Erykah Badu-smooth in a four-piece that mashes hip hop, jazz, funk and soul with eclectic wonder. Whimsical vocals, fat basslines and more – it’s no wonder this band is turning heads. From 6pm.


Resident restaurants Lalla Rookh, Sauma and The Standard will be serving up five star food every night from 6pm. With ever-changing menus we are sure you’ll want one of everything!

Join Perth’s best dinner party and dive into mouth-watering eats while the Gardens Stage serves up sizzling beats, no ticket necessary!

The detail


Tickets from $36 - $40 + BF

Friend $36 / Adult $40


Gardens Pass

We’re bringing the bangers to the Chevron Gardens and there is no better way to get you moving than by you choosing your own live playlist. Book tickets to three or more gigs in a single online transaction and you will unlock a special 15% discount.

Purchase your Gardens Pass here.


Set Times

Harry James Angus – 8pm
Emily King – 9.30pm 

Chevron Gardens


1 Mar 2018

Thu 1 Mar 2018, 8.00 PM



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How to


What time do the gates open?

The Gardens are open from Mon – Sun, 5pm – late. The Mainstage doors open at 7.30pm on the night of the performance.

Are there seats?

All events are general admission with very limited seating available.

Is the venue BYO?

No. The Chevron Gardens are a fully licensed venue.

Can I buy food at the Gardens?

Yes! Our fabulous partner restaurants Lalla Rookh, The Standard and Sauma will be onsite with pop up restaurants to fill all your culinary needs.

I’m underage, can I come?

Anyone aged 10+ is permitted entry with a parent or legal guardian.

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