|Name||The Mamas Dancefloor Tour|
|Venue||Sydney Road Street Party - Brunswick|
|Starts||Sunday, 1 March 2020 @ 4:00pm|
|Finishes||Sunday, 1 March 2020 @ 5:00pm|
|Genres||Disco, Funk, Hip Hop, Pop, RnB, Soul|
Feeling lost in life? In need of a comforting, maternal figure to take you by the hand, smack you in the head, and pass you a nutritious glass of milk? Well, stop carrying on like a pork chop - The Mamas are here to soothe you.
The past three years have seen this eight-piece act earn a reputation for their unique blend of soul, RnB and funky fem hop - they’ve quickly become known for their sequin-studded shows and knack for toeing the line between social commentary and outrageous comedy. Led by four of the sassiest vocalists you’ll ever meet, The Mamas are a feast for the senses and an invigorating tonic for those in need of a good dance (and a good laugh).
Equal parts fabulous and fearsome, The Mamas have been disciplining and nurturing audiences since 2016, bringing female voices and stories to the front and charming their way into the hearts of Mamas Babes across the nation. Following the release of their debut EP ‘Juicy’ to a packed out room, the Mamas have since been on a wild and toothsome journey; playing sold-out shows in their hometown of Melbourne, supporting Australian legends such as San Cisco and Sex on Toast, playing to heaving crowds on interstate festival stages, and releasing two rambunctious music videos.
Over the years the Mamas have had the pleasure of playing at a delicious tasting plate of Australian music festivals, including Queenscliff Music Festival, Mullumbimby Music Festival, Bello Winter Music Festival, Ocean Rhythms Festival, Happy Wanderer, Moomba, Brunswick Music Festival, Sydney Road Street Party, Darebin Music Feast, Midsumma, Cherry Rock and Girls on Film Festival, to name a few.
The Mamas are best known for delivering social messages with a cheeky, comedic twist - something which has succeeded in gaining them adoring fans from all ages and backgrounds. With their first music video release collectively having over 10,000 views, and tracks from their ‘Juicy’ EP having over 35,000 plays worldwide, it’s clear that The Mamas are just getting started.