As you can imagine, many of my upcoming performances have been cancelled, or postponed.  Feel free to email me to find out if a show is still on the books. In the meantime, I'll be offering some online concerts via Facebook and YouTube.  Sign up for my email list and follow me on social media to keep up with the latest.  If you'd like to support me during these difficult times, feel free to make a donation on my music page.  Thank you for being a fan and supporter!

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[CANCELLED] Kim Yang's Birthday at National Folk Festival (10 April 2020)

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Exhibition Park in Canberra, Flute & Fiddle stage, Corner of Flemington Road and Northbourne Avenue, Mitchell ACT 2911

It is Kim's birthday and she's playing her first show at National Folk Festival 2020. If you are coming to the National Folk Festival this year, make sure to come to catch Kim's original music performance and celebrate her birthday together!

[CANCELLED] Kim Yang at National Folk Festival

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Exhibition Park in Canberra, Carnival stage, Corner of Flemington Road and Northbourne Avenue, Mitchell ACT 2911

Singer-songwriter Kim Yang presents a haunting and hypnotic slice of magic. With Kim's ethereal blend of sounds, she creates music that balances delicately between vulnerability and power. Born in Taiwan, Kim started her Australian music journey in 2016 with a ukulele and a guitar in the streets and cafes of Canberra where she won the hearts of many. Kim performs original songs speaking from her lived experiences with mixed genres of folk and blues.

[CANCELLED] Kim Yang at National Folk Festival

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Exhibition Park in Canberra, Scrumpy stage, Corner of Flemington Road and Northbourne Avenue, Mitchell ACT 2911

Singer-songwriter Kim Yang presents a haunting and hypnotic slice of magic. With Kim's ethereal blend of sounds, she creates music that balances delicately between vulnerability and power. Born in Taiwan, Kim started her Australian music journey in 2016 with a ukulele and a guitar in the streets and cafes of Canberra where she won the hearts of many. Kim performs original songs speaking from her lived experiences with mixed genres of folk and blues.