Mazda Australia Marks the Return of Live Music with Kaiit
To kick off the return of live music and celebrate the launch of the stylish new Mazda CX-30 small SUV, Mazda Australia is hosting the Mazda Parked Party, bringing on-stage performances back to Australians, featuring Kaiit this weekend.
A chance to celebrate summer and do what we do best – getting out and about, gathering with friends and listening to the best home-grown sound our country has to offer – the Mazda Parked Party will be free to stream for all Australians.
Live streamed across both the Mazda Facebook and Instagram channels from 2pm on Saturday 4 December, music lovers are encouraged to tune in and watch the show from their favourite destination - whether that be with the seats down and a picnic in the car or parked up on the couch at home.
Headlining the event is Papua New Guinea-born and Melbourne-based artist, Kaiit (she/they/he). Having burst onto the scene in 2017, Kaitt is now titled as one of the best rappers under 25 by Red Bull Music, and their neo-soul voice has taken over the world.
Previously selling out multiple national tours, Kaitt has performed at Splendour in the Grass and Laneway Festival, and has since gone on to build a truly global community of fans, amassing over 15 million streams and 50,000 followers on Spotify alone.
At the Mazda Parked Party, Kaiit will be performing hits like Miss Shiney and OG Luv Kush pt.2, offering viewers at home the chance to sing along and join the party - no matter their location.
The Mazda Parked Party marks the first look at the new Mazda CX-30, with the SUV adding a sporty new SP grade and a more sustainable mild-hybrid engine option to the line-up. Winning the prestigious Wheels Car of the Year when it debuted in 2020, this update bolsters Mazda CX-30’s appeal as a stylish, feature packed small SUV.