Beatie appeared at the Waterfront with her Pack: legendary double bass player Yaron Stavi and rising talent Adam Hayes.
Beatie Wolfe has been hailed as the definition of a 21st century artist with a truly classic sound. Beatie's career has taken her from being the artist who pioneered the "World's First" 3D Interactive Album App for her album 8ight - which led to a world tour with Apple - to Official British Ambassador for Creativity & Innovation.
Beatie's shows range from classic venues like Ronnie Scott's, Jazz Café & 606 Club to the Roundhouse, Marquee Club and The Groucho, a residency with Punchdrunk in New York to festivals like Secret Garden Party in the UK and Wassaic in the US.
Beatie's music has been described as “Brilliant” GQ, “Beautiful” Monocle, “Revolutionary” MTV, "Exceptionally Talented" The New Yorker and “Innovative” WIRED.
Beatie Wolfe is currently working on 'Dementia & Power of Music'. The project aims to reanimate people living with dementia. Beatie commented, "While performing 'The Power of Music' tour for people living with dementia I have been lucky enough to witness some of the most powerful and positive responses to music I have ever experienced. Watching people becoming reanimated and bought to life before my eyes has been incredibly moving, and it has been truly fulfilling to be able to serve in this way: to uplift through my music."