From 17 December visitors to HOTA will be required to be fully vaccinated. Check our FAQs here.

Confidence Man + Jaguar Jonze


Unfortunately, this event has been cancelled due to uncertainties of the current climate and changing availabilities of artists and staff.

Refunds will be processed for all ticket holders shortly – no need to contact us.

Due to the volume of ticket holders, refunds may take up to 20 days, so please bear with us.

You can read about our refunds and staying COVID Safe here.

It’s Confidence Man and Jaguar Jonze on the Outdoor Stage. Why haven’t you gotten your tickets yet? 

A big stage needs big entertainers. Indie electro pop band Confidence Man and self-described ‘Eastern cowgirl howling at the rising sun’ Jaguar Jonze bring the soundtrack to your summer with the boldness and boundary-pushing sounds you know and love.  

Oozing the right amount of poise, electrifying looks, and summer heat, this match made in heaven is wrapped with love and ready to take over.  

Don’t forget to dress with the vibes. After all, It’s confidence, man.  

Pick ‘N’ Mix your fun-filled summer of art, skate and play at HOTA. 

Presented by HOTA, Home of the Arts 


Please note, this event is in All Standing mode. No chairs or picnic blankets are allowed.


About Confidence Man

Confidence Man are unarguably one of the hottest acts on the planet right now. A portable party that’s levelled dance floors and flattened festival crowds as it’s rolled out across the world, their performances are custom designed to make you dance and lose your cool.

Within only three years of their conception, the Australian four-piece (led by Janet Planet and Sugar Bones) have already played at some of the biggest festivals in the world including Rock en Seine (Paris), Primavera Sound (Barcelona), Governors Ball (New York), Glastonbury (UK) and Splendour in the Grass (Australia).

While the act’s last single,“Does It Make You Feel Good”dealt in the universal glee of the dance-floor, their latest bop swerves hard in another direction. “First Class Bitch” is an in your face, tongue in cheek anthem. Boasting a hook that Charli XCX will wish she’d written the moment she hears it, “First Class Bitch” is designed to make you feel like you’re on top of the world, at the top of your game, no matter where you might be in reality. Especially in this cursed 2021, that’s priceless.

Parading within a brand of dance pop that sounds like Donna Summer and Giorgio Moroder gleefully discovering house music via Dee-lite, there’s no question that Confidence Man will make you turn it up. Go ahead, feel yourself.

It’s ok. Confidence Man have given you that. It’s in the name, after all.

About Jaguar Jonze & ‘WHO DIED AND MADE YOU KING’

“I want it to represent my anger, where my boundaries now lie and display my fight and resilience.” – Jaguar Jonze

Jaguar Jonze and its adjacent projects, the narrative illustration project Spectator Jonze and the gender-subverting photography project Dusky Jonze, are powerful ways in which Deena Lynch has always processed her most intimate vulnerabilities while empowering others to do the same. Deena’s meticulously realized work has earned her the partnerships with brands like Christian Louboutin, Reebok, BMW, Obey and Stüssy, and an abundance of press (FLAUNT, PAPER, V Magazine, VICE, Refinery29, Fashion Journal, Talkhouse, Vogue Australia, Marie Claire Australia, the cover of NME Australia) praising her commitment to confronting social ills and breaking stigmas. The enigmatic yet vulnerable songwriter continues to deliver defiant ferocity through smoky
vocals on “WHO DIED AND MADE YOU KING?,” a song written in direct response to the fall of certain industry kings in Australia amidst its latest #MeToo reckoning.

“In order to fight for a safer environment within the music industry meant that I had to sacrifice my artistry to advocate,” Deena explains. “With ‘WHO DIED AND MADE YOU KING?’, I wanted to take back my power, take back my voice and take back my artistry.

I wanted it to represent my anger, where my boundaries now lie and display my fight andresilience. Within a year, we have taken down many notable ‘kings’ or heads at the top of the music industry, and this song is to both celebrate that as well as act as warning, that more downfalls and clean ups are yet to come.

Survivors together, with our voice and strength, have created real change and this time I get to use my music and art to speak my truth.”

Keeping You Safe

To keep everyone safe while at HOTA we have a COVID Safe plan and are using the new Check In Queensland app.

From 17 December, visitors to HOTA will be required to be fully vaccinated in line with the Queensland Government health directive. Check our FAQs here.

Please make sure you keep up to date with Queensland Government guidelines at

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