FBi Presents: Gordi at The Stoneleigh Hotel

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Thanks for coming! Photos and video below…

Pairing a wild, wonder of nature with an ethereal live performance from one of our brightest local talents, FBi presented an evening with folk pop artist Gordi at The Stoneleigh Hotel.

Together with Stoneleigh Wine, we transformed a formerly abandoned building in Chippendale to host three intimate, stripped back sets on Thursday November 24. Guests had the opportunity to explore the striking rooms of the Stoneleigh Hotel, while enjoying free tastings of Stoneleigh wines before the performance.

Hear the full live set from Gordi – broadcast on The Bridge with Ryan Saar.

 

FBi Presents: An Evening with Gordi at The Stoneleigh Hotel - Photo by Yael Stempler 24.11.16

Watch Gordi perform 'Wanting' in the magical Stoneleigh Hotel

Somewhere in the back streets of Chippendale, in an abandoned hotel overrun by nature, a group of lucky FBi listeners got to experience a special live performance by Gordi.
FBi Presents: An Evening with Gordi at The Stoneleigh Hotel - Photo by Yael Stempler 24.11.16

Gallery: FBi Presents An Evening with Gordi at The Stoneleigh Hotel

Returning home after a long international tour, Gordi performed to an intimate crowd in the overgrown wonderland of The Stoneleigh Hotel.

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