A Weekend In The Gardens is back.
In honour of a brand new summer concert series!
“Thousands of kids like me are bullied on a daily basis because of their sexuality.”
Feat. Missy Higgins, Skinnyfish Sound System & more.
Australian Open 2017 will be more like Big Day Out 2017.
Because it’s not just about the awards.
Teaming up with some of Australia’s leading symphony ensembles!
‘Play School’ just got even cooler.
Oh and it’s being held in an actual mansion…nbd.
In honour of International Women’s Day.
Our opinions are always the right one.
It’s so very, very powerful.
Missy Higgins shared a political new track and even a ‘Three Little Fishies’ cover last night.
“We’re sick of you Cancer, you can go get fucked.”
Yes, THOSE Workaholics guys.
If you’ve been missing Missy, then you won’t be missing her for much longer, because the iconic Aussie singer-songwriter has just announced a handful of concert dates for 2016. Missy Higgins’ first tour in almost two years will see her grace stages at a variety of concerts and festivals across the country, including Sydney’s Twilight
Sydney’s 2016 Twilight At Taronga music program has been unveiled, with super-talented acts like Courtney Barnett, Josh Pyke, Birds Of Tokyo, John Butler Trio and The Waifs to perform near the homes of some super-cute Aussie animals. Other acts set to perform against Taronga Zoo’s harbour views next year include Missy Higgins, Björn Again, Violent
Grab your tartan blanket and a basket to boot because the Peninsula Picnic is back in 2016 with a line-up full of homegrown talent headlined by Missy Higgins, landing Sunday 20th March at Mornington Racecourse. Returning to the serene surrounds of the Mornington Peninsula following this year’s sold out inaugural event, the 2016 festival is
Fast approaching its fifth birthday, the Riverboats Music Festival has just released the line-up for 2016’s event with Missy Higgins, You Am I and The Church set to headline. Returning to the banks of the Murray River at Echuca-Moama from Friday 19th of February to Sunday the 21st, this year’s line-up is bigger than ever
Music-focused artist grant fund The Seed has gathered together an impressive lineup of some of Australia’s finest talent for its first fundraiser in October. Missy Higgins, San Cisco, Emma Louise, Paul Kelly and John Butler will all play at the event which will be held at The Athenaeum Theatre and hosted by triple j’s Zan