Event Time Sat 23rd Nov at 6:00pm-Sat 23rd Nov at 10:00pm
Event Location The Deaf Institute, Manchester
The Deaf Institute


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Indie Folk singer Hazlett was born and raised in Australia but if the past few years are anything to go by, he’s very much bloomed in Sweden. An old friend, one big break-up and playing Oasis’ 'Wonderwall' three times a night was the unplanned cocktail of moments that saw him throw adulthood to the wayside and venture to the other side of the world.

A pocket full of nerves and a tangled mess of memories became the start of Hazlett’s unique brand of “Indie Ballroom Folk”. But everything crystallised one summer in Stockholm after finding the fabled collaborator chemistry in now close friend Freddy Alexander. A lot has changed since then and what started as a way for him to “figure out some things in his head…” has now become a whole world of music and beautiful details to move through.

Even though the nerves never quite go away, there’s this newfound quiet confidence to the troubadour from down under. You may not have met, but sometimes when you’re listening to Hazlett, he feels like the only friend you’ve ever had.

(Live focus Addition:)
At the beginning of 2024, he performed as the opening act for LANY in North America and Callum Scott in Europe. Prior to embarking on his headline tour in the UK and Europe in November, he is scheduled to perform as the support act for Ocie Elliott and Passenger in Europe, reunite with LANY in Australia, and return to the US for additional shows.


The Deaf Institute
135 Grosvenor St, Manchester M1 7HE, UK