Missy announced today that she is returning to her much loved city of Broome in Western Australia for a very special performance next week.
Performing an intimate acoustic set, Missy will play her first ever live show in Broome at the iconic Sun Pictures on Friday June 14. Tickets go on sale tomorrow, Wednesday June 5, at 9am with net proceeds from the show being donated to the Leukaemia Foundation, Kyle Andrews Foundation and the Royal Flying Doctors Service.
Earlier this month, Missy was forced to cancel her performance at the Mothers Day Festival in Broome and she is now looking forward to making it up to local fans who missed out whilst also providing much needed support to several worthy organisations.
Also performing on the night will be local favourite Naomi Pigram. Naomi is one of the most exciting new Indigenous female artists to spring from the dynamic musical culture of Broome. Naomi has also fronted notable Indigenous bands such as One Strum and St Agne.
Missy is no stranger to Sun Pictures which is the world’s oldest picture garden still in operation. In 2009, the cinema hosted the premiere of the Western Australian made musical film Bran Nue Dae, in which Missy made her acting debut as the character of Annie.
Don’t miss what promises to be a special evening of music!
On Sale 9am Wednesday 5th June.
With special guest Naomi Pigram