Past Event

Club Weld at Night Owls for World Autism Day

April 5, 2024 6:00 pm — Tickets FREE
Australian Museum

Adoni, Picture of Everything LP Launch, 2023. pic Sally Tsoutas & Jonathan Yung, Club Weld's Western Sydney University tour, 2023. pic Sally Tsoutas

ACE celebrates World Autism Day with performances by Club Weld musicians Jonathan Yung and Adoni, at the Australian Museum’s Night Owls event from 6 – 9 pm on Friday 5 April.

Night Owls is a free event, perfect for everyone but particularly those who prefer to visit the Museum in a sensory-controlled, relaxed, and supportive environment.

Event Details:

When: Friday, 5 April 2024, 6 pm – 9 pm
Where: Australian Museum

Tickets are free but registration is essential. Reserve yours via the link below.

Reserve Your Seat Here!

About Adoni

Adoni is an aficionado of synthpop, animation and sound effects who produces unnerving, theatrical, often science fiction-inspired sound. Adoni is noted for his impressive baritone, spoken-word style and experimentation with vocoders and analog synths. For Night Owls he will perform his track The Music Never Stops off Club Weld’s recent Picture of Everything compilation LP.

About Jonathan

Jonathan Yung writes and performs keyboard-based jazz, cinematic piano and synthesizer instrumentals and more recently he has turned his hand to producing disco, pop, and dancehall tracks with intricate melodies and the occasional charming vocals. Jonathan will play tracks off his recently released debut EP Disco City.


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