“It’s time to take up more Space Girls”: an all female mini-festival hits QLD

Space Girls are here and ready to go, with a stellar bunch of female artists playing their Satellite Party on September 13th at Gympie Civic Centre in Queensland.

With a motto “It’s time to take up more space girls”, the party includes indie rocker Jaguar Jonze, electro pop artists Ella Fence and Doolie as well as Indigenous artist Dameeeela (guest DJ), Andrea Kirwin, Elska and The Dennis Sisters. Double J announcer Sarah Howells will be MCing the event.

An all female mini-festival hosted by Space Girls is coming to Queensland to showcase a bunch of great female artists such as Jaguar Jonze and Ella Fence.

Cindy Vogels, a fashion designer who has worked with Lady Gaga amongst many other artists, and has heavily been involved in the music industry, is the genius behind the Space Girls festival. She says she has worked with“incredibly talented women, who all too often aren’t given enough space in festival billing and building”.

Vogels then reached out to Jazmyn Bowman , a filmmaker, and they both co-created Space Girls in an effort to combat the underrepresentation of female musicians at festivals.

The Satellite party will be an all-ages celebration of 100% women-led production, programming and performance and will be the launch pad for an official festival to come in 2020.

View the full lineup below:


Jagua Jones
Ella Fence
Dameeeela (Guest DJ)
Andrea Kirwin
The Dennis Sisters