Kahl Wallis

"Kahl's music comes from a pure source, it's a great joy to listen to him deliver with such authenticity and power. He is a special artist and one to watch out for!" – Carlo Santone, Blue King Brown.

Lead singer and songwriter for indie band The Medics, environmental and social activist, storyteller, and now solo performer. Kahl Wallis is a young Aboriginal First Nation Artist with a clear message.

Exploring his cultural roots through a raw and authentic acoustic musical style, Kahl’s solo work speaks to the core values of humanity. His first solo album is due for release this year and his performance at Riversdale promises to be a powerful and moving experience.

Kahl identifies with his grandfather’s country, the Wuthathi Nation from the white sands of Shelburne Bay in Cape York Peninsula, and his Grandmother’s mob, the Lardil people from Mornington Island in the Gulf of Carpentaria. He takes his last name ‘Wallis’ from his great-great-grandfather of the Polynesian islands of Wallis and Futuna.

Don’t miss this one off performance from a rising star in the Australian music scene.

Gates open at 1:30pm, concert starts at 2:30pm.
Cafe and bar on site.

Rabbit and Co Cafe

Spinach and feta Gozleme
Saffron chicken & yoghurt wrap

Persian love cake – $5
Chocolate cherry flourless pudding cake – $5
Lemon & rose shortbread – $3

Shaky Hands Coffee
Serving a selection of coffee, ice coffee and decaf, tea, chai, hot chocolate and ice chocolate

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EARLY BIRD $25+bf (ends 9 October) Adult $35+bf Concession $30+bf Children under 16 free




VISITING INFORMATION Doors: 1.30pm Concert: 2:30pm Café and bar on-site.

Dates & Times
29/10/2017 - 29/10/2017 Bundanon

Bundanon acknowledges the Wodi Wodi and the Yuin, of the South Coast region, and recognises their continuous connection to culture, community and Country.

In Dharawal the word Bundanon means deep valley.

This website contains names, images and voices of deceased Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.