Listen - OKA - Deep Underground

Listen - OKA - Deep Underground

OKA are hitting WA this September.

Like a boomerang the OKA collective is heading back this September to WA with their high energy live earth music that is uniquely OKA - electric dreamtime roots. Back from their latest North American and European tour, OKA have been enthralling audiences with their conscious roots, reggae, dub, jazz, funk, tribal fusion. The last three months have seen the collective busy touring through Canada and Europe including a standout three encore performance at one of the worlds largest electronica festivals -  Ozora Festival in Hungary and two epic sun drenched beach sets along the coast of Spain.

The future is looking exciting, new line-up, new sounds and a strong message, OKA are a celebration of all that is free in the world today, their music represents and connects you to spirit and the culture of Australia. This upcoming tour sees them sharing some new tunes from their latest release The Grassy Knoll along with a preview of some exciting new unheard sounds fresh from their latest travels overseas. Music for the soul and music for the soles of your feet.

OKA WA TOUR DATES:

Wednesday 9 September - Mojos - Nth Fremantle

Friday 11 September - Indi Bar - Scarborough

Saturday 12 September - Settlers Tavern - Margaret River

Sunday 13 September - Railway Hotel - Nth Fremantle

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