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Ella Hooper: Live at City Hall

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ELLA HOOPER: Live at City Hall

Award-winning singer/songwriter Ella Hooper, best known for her work in Killing Heidi, is now taking the stage as a solo artist. In July, she'll play live at Kingston's City Hall, weaving together personal stories and lyric-driven country, folk and Americana influenced music.

Joining Ella on guitar, dobro, banjo and harmonica is multi-instrumentalist Michael Hubbard (The Blue Bottles, Eagle and the Worm) with support from Melody Pool.

 "It's been a very rewarding year," Ella says. "Changing things up made it all feel fresh again. And I've realised that making music and playing it live for people is the best job in the world." 

about the arist: Ella Hooper

Ella Hooper was still a teenager when she burst onto the Australian music scene – Unearthed by Triple J when she was just 13, Ella scored her first number one with the single ‘Mascara’ on her 17th birthday. And at 18, she became the first woman to be awarded APRA’s Songwriter of the Year.  
After releasing three hit albums with Killing Heidi, Ella embarked on a solo career. Her album, Small Town Temple – written in her hometown of Violet Town – has been hailed as a new beginning, showcasing Ella’s deeply personal song writing.  
After a multitude of gold and platinum records and four ARIA Awards, Ella remains committed to her craft. As she sings on Small Town Temple: “Still strong, still on a mission.” 

About The Artist: Melody pool

Melody Pool is a songwriter whose deep, introspective lyrics and authentic sound have forged a strong connection with audiences, making her a distinctive voice in the Australian music scene. Her 2013 debut album, "The Hurting Scene," highlighted her knack for crafting emotionally charged narratives, earning her critical acclaim and establishing her as a compelling storyteller in the industry.    

Content Warning

The performance contains haze and smoke effects. 


Kingston City Hall is wheelchair accessible and accessible toilets are available. For more information please visit: Venue Accessibility.



Friday 26 July, 8pm


Grand Hall, Kingston City Hall, Moorabbin

979-985 Nepean Hwy, Moorabbin


95 minutes including interval


General Admission


Full $60 | Conc $50 | Group 4+ $50 | Booking fee additional

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