A special Melbourne show is locked in.
Southbound Sideshows 2016
The lineups for Falls Festival and Southbound had everybody salivating when they arrived, with the Lorne leg of the festival already selling out. Now we have been gifted a host of sideshows for those who can’t make it to the festivals or just want to catch their favourite acts more than once. A large number
For those Bloc Party fans who can’t make it to Falls Festival or Southbound or just want to see the band more than once, you’re in luck because the Brits have announced a handful of headline shows. Bloc Party will play two sideshows in Melbourne and Sydney in early January at The Forum and Enmore
Oxford indie-rockers Foals have locked in two Australian headline shows for January 2016, around their appearances at Falls Festival and Southbound over New Year’s. Foals are ready to hit up some pretty huge venues in Sydney on 5th January and Melbourne on 7th January, for what will be their biggest Aussie headline shows to date.
Triple threat guitarist, vocalist and songwriter Gary Clark Jr. is heading down-under for Falls and Southbound festivals at the end of this year but now he’s added two more shows to his roster. Clark Jr. will play two headline shows in Sydney and Melbourne next January, taking to the iconic Sydney Opera House in the
Teenage Irish prodigy SOAK will be in the country soon as a part of the Southbound and Falls Festival lineups and today has announced a pair of headlining sideshows too accompany her festival appearances. The young muso will play Melbourne’s Northcote Social Club on Wednesday 6th January and Sydney’s Newtown Social Club on Friday 8th
Southbound and Falls Festival-bound indie rockers The Maccabees have announced a pair of Australian headline shows for January 2016, one each in Sydney and Melbourne. The Maccabees’ 2016 Australian tour will see the London band tour down under for the second time, having last toured in 2012. This time around, the band will also be
2015 has been a massively massive year for Courtney Barnett, and it looks like 2016 will be no different, with the Aussie singer-songwriter locking in a national theatre tour around her appearances at Falls and Soundbound festivals. Buoyed by the success of her debut album Sometimes I Sit and Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit,