“What a fantastic way to celebrate our incredible music scene.”
The Bombay Royale
This Australia Day public holiday The Rocks precinct in Sydney will be transformed into a live music hub featuring free performances from some of Australia’s best bands and entertainers including Thelma Plum, Saskwatch and Dustin Tebbutt. From midday to early evening on Monday 26th January the precinct will come alive with live performances and events.
Boogie Festival has announced which acts will be taking the stage at Bruzzy’s Farm in Tallarook, Victoria next April. The lineup boasts local talents such as You Am I guitarist Davey Lane, reunited alt rockers Rocket Science, and slop rock five-piece Drunk Mums. International artists set to perform are Pokey LaFarge, Justin Townes Earle, Tony
Melbourne Zoo’s Twilights concert series returns in 2015, with a huge lineup of local and international artists. Led by Paul Kelly, James Reyne, Powderfinger’s Bernard Fanning, Sarah Blasko, Dan Sultan, Connor Oberst and The Cat Empire, the 2015 itinerary will spread 12 all-ages shows across five weekends beginning 30th January. The 2015 Twilights program is
The Mullum Music Festival has unveiled its diverse 2014 lineup, with alt rock legends The Church, Melbourne nine-piece Saskwatch and indie folk darlings Husky leading a line-up of over 80 international and national acts. Held over four days, the Mullum Music Festival will take over the halls, clubs and streets of Iggy Azalea‘s home town,
Queenscliff Music Festival 2014 has dropped the first lineup announcement for its 2014 gathering. In late spring, the coastal Victorian town will host ARIA-charting act The Jezabels, Victorian local Xavier Rudd, folk group The Waifs, Australian country music queen Kasey Chambers, alternative rock legends The Church, Tripod featuring Eddie Perfect, Grammy-nominated soul act Hiatus Kaiyote,