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March 12 | Fish at Parkridge

 Dress tonight to shimmer and dance under the party lights with food, wine and music.

Live music with MZAZA

 accordion, exotic strings, percussion and enchanting vocals.  

Time & Location

Friday 12  March

FISH Parkridge Noosa

3 Alba Close

Noosa Heads

QLD 4567


$165 + booking fee 


Shimmer- Party Tonight? is the theme for an exciting evening of Spanish food, drinks and dancing to the live music of MZAZA that begins with Carlie Wacker, our shimmering MC setting the scene.

You should know:

• This is a Covid Safe event with limited tickets available for this one off event at $165 + booking fee.

• Seating is at tables of 8. Table sharing and special dietary to be requested with your ticket purchase.

• All care has been taken to engage local artists to avoid unavoidable cancellations. NOOSA alive! allows for a change at any time at our discretion in the event of a lock down that prevents the artist to attend.

• Non-refundable once purchased


Two-time Queensland Music Award winners MZAZA bring Balkan-French sounds to sophisticated folk lovers around the world.


Led by an enchanting French-Sephardic vocalist this band of talented musicians from around the world play rhythms and melodies that tap into the beating heart of humankind.

With accordion, exotic strings and percussion, MZAZA embraces diversity, the old, the new, the familiar and the foreign. It is the timelessness of the music and stories that fuels this intense live show and has enraptured audiences across Australia and Europe and earned them supports with Baba Zula (Turkey), Violent Femmes (USA), and DJ Click (France).

You will not be able to stay in your seat ... and yes - dancing is allowed and encouraged!


"MZAZA are a rich blend of something delicious and exotic I used to eat before it vanished from earth" - Australian Arts Review

"Superb musicianship" - Stage Whispers

"A world where music knows no borders **** " The Courier Mail