Image for Select Music 7th Birthday Party Is Sold Out!

Select Music 7th Birthday Party Is Sold Out!

Written by Liam Apter on June 20, 2012

For all those who planned to go but haven’t bought their tickets for Select Music’s 7th Birthday, sadly you can’t purchase your tickets anymore as they have sold out!

All funds raised by the birthday party are going to beyondblue, which aims to create awareness over the issue of depression and how to prevent it. The idea for this great initiative of giving the money to beyondblue came from the artists.

The lineup is:

Andy Bull, Argentina, Ball Park Music, Bluejuice, Bob Evans, Elizabeth Rose, Emma Louise, Hungry Kids of Hungary, The John Steel Singers, Josh Pyke, The Jungle Giants, Lior, Midnight Juggernauts DJs, Millions, The Mission In Motion, Nantes, The Paper Scissors DJs, Pluto Jonze, The Preachers, Purple Sneakers DJs, RÜFÜS, Spit Syndicate, Step-Panther, Strangers, Tokyo Denmark Sweden, Toucan, and The Walking Who.

They will be playing at five different venues: The Standard, the Upstairs Beresford, the Oaf, the Oaf Gallery and the Phoenix Bar.

If you are going, hopefully you have a great time tomorrow night!

Join Music Feeds on Facebook

More On Music Feeds

Gig Reviews

George Maple – Sydney, Oxford Art Factory 24/04/15

There’s a reason why George Maple is riding on a wave of success right now.

News

Ivy Nightclub Apologises For Disrupting ANZAC Dawn Service With Loud Music

A representative of Sydney’s Ivy Nightclub has apologised and said they are “mortified”, “deeply upset” and “extremely distressed” after a contractor’s “unauthorised” sound test disrupted this morning’s ANZAC Dawn Service in Martin Place.

Gig Reviews

Montaigne – Sydney, Brighton Up Bar 24/4/15

From the painted skeletons and photos of musicians on the wall, to the red curtains that look like they may or may not have come from Kmart, the Brighton Up Bar has a strong student-house-living-room vibe.

News

Here’s What Jared Leto Looks Like As The Joker

Today marks the 75th anniversary of the first appearance of DC Comics supervillain the Joker in Batman #1, and to mark the occassion directory David Ayer has shared an image of Thirty Seconds To Mars frontman Jared Leto, in full costume as the Dark Knight’s archnemesis.

News

Paul Kelly Pays Respect To Diggers In New ANZAC Tribute Song

Whilst some corporations go out of their way to cash in on this year’s 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings with insidious marketing campaigns, that inevitably that go tits up *cough* Woolworths *cough*, it’s great to see the important day of reflection inspiring some actually beautiful, touching material such as Paul Kelly’s new song Letter .

News

Chet Faker’s Second Album Will Be “Heavily Performance-Based”

Tame Impala might be going more electronic, but Chet Faker is going organic — “clean beats”, you could say.

Around the web

This May Also Interest You