CANCELLED: Live! At The Baptist ft Jelly Oshen


Friday November 26 2021


188 Brisbane Street, Ipswich QLD


All Tickets $15.00


8:00 pm – 10:00 pm


(07) 3810 6100

CANCELLED: Live! At The Baptist ft Jelly Oshen

Supported by Tayla Young.

Hey friends of Studio,

We are regretful to announce that Friday night’s Live! At The Baptist ft Jelly Oshen, and supported by Tayla Young, has now been cancelled.

Ticket holders will have received an email regarding this change and we are in the process of refunding all pre-purchased tickets. 

If you booked online or over the phone, then your monies will be returned to the card with which you booked and paid with, and if you paid via cash or EFTPOS we will liaise with you regarding your refund.

Please continue to support both artists where possible and we look forward to seeing what 2022 brings them on their journeys.


Studio 188 has implemented a COVID safe plan, while still preserving a genuine live music experience. For concerns or queries please view our Frequently Asked Questions and COVID updates reach out to the venue direct for information on our COVID safe plan and measures for ticket holders, artists and staff.

View our COVID-19 Updates page to find further information, frequently asked questions and our COVID-19 Terms and Conditions of Sale.

Please note, group bookings must be made in a single transaction. 

*At this stage, considering current Covid restrictions, the show will be sold at allocated seating, but pending restrictions in September, we hope to deliver this show as a GA Standing event. Please keep this in mind when purchasing your tickets.


Live! at the Baptist is your connection to the most cutting edge and progressive music scene in Ipswich. Experience the sublime sounds of this intimate and energetic venue featuring some of the best headline acts touring the country alongside up and coming local artists.


All Ages | Licenced Venue

Jelly Oshen

Australian bedroom-pop artist Jelly Oshen has emerged from Cairns Australia releasing a steady stream of singles since his debut in 2019, clocking up over quarter of a million streams on Spotify so far (262.8k streams)!

The 20yo has slated his new single “All Alone” for release on August 6th through Cherry Lime Sky / Zojak World Wide, withhis trademark laid-back super-chill R&B tinged indie pop groove.

A lyricist by the age of 8, and a multi-instrumentalist by the age 12, Jelly Oshen (pronounced ‘ocean’) found his singer songwriter calling at 14 and has an ocean of material in the bank. Lyrics that stick, his songs transfix, where lo-fi styles meet a production sweet spot.

If you want to understand Jelly Oshen think of Ed Sheeran and Bruno Mars meeting up with Frank Ocean…add a little island flava and you get Jelly Oshen.

With PNG/African/Chinese/Ambon-Indo and Russian blood flowing through his veins Jelly is a multi-cultural cocktail with a vibe that lifts the spirit. Born into a musical family and growing up surrounded by musicians, it makes sense when you see the old soul inside of this pure authentic music baby, his melodies and lyrics invoke the feeling and passion of someone with many more years of seasoning behind them.

On the live front, Jelly Oshen has been hand-picked for some super cool support slots – playing with Dami Im, Emily Wurramara, and Greta Stanley in 2020, and in 2021 opening for Tones & I at Cairns Summer Sounds in Munro Martin Parklands, and Ben Lee at the Tanks Art Centre.

Later in the year Jelly hits the road on an East Coast tour and then the festival circuit heats up with a slot at Festival Of The Sun in Port Macquarie in December 2021 with Hermitude, Benee, The Chats, Middle Kids and heaps more!

Tayla Young

Tayla Young is a Brisbane-based musician with a knack for storytelling and an admitted love of sharing her own.

Tayla grew up in Townsville listening to the likes of Paul Kelly, Colin Hay, the Waifs and Missy Higgins. Tayla’s admiration of Australian songwriters played a fundamental part in the development of her own craft, which is evident in her writing style. Tayla describes her songwriting as a form of compensation for her tendency to overshare and admits to having accepted that when she writes, the rules of song structure will always come second to telling a story in its entirety. Tayla is praised for her ability to write lyrics that are uncomplicated but rich with significance.

It’s obvious that she chooses her words carefully. Her endearing vocal delivery is gentle but strong, with a true North Queensland inflection.

Looking for the perfect night out?

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6/126 Brisbane Street, Ipswich


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Traditional Indian curry house specialising in group bookings, inside a heritage-listed building.

116 Brisbane Street, Ipswich