As Bluesfest announces the local additions to the lineup, they’ve revealed that headliners Paul Simon and Robert Plant are exclusive to that and won’t play any sideshows in Queensland.
A night of great tunes as sixty of Australia's best up and coming bands take over Fortitude Valley.
For your consideration: a stack of tours from some much loved locals (and some New Zealanders we're happy to claim as our own).
King Cannons crank their time machine to the glory days of pub rock, modernising and refashioning the soulful past of a genre and you simply can't go to one of their show without doing the twist at least once.
“It’s about keeping it simple and full of passion and heart”
Plus Ned Collette, Kirin J Callinan, Charge Group, Joe McKee, Elizabeth Rose and Def Wish Cast shows.
Rock! Rock! Rock! And... Kanye West. Melbourne's Big Day Out sizzled (literally) and acts like Soundgarden and Kasabian delivered solid, energy-fuelled sets the crowd lapped up.
ANU Bar gets the 90s treatment, as The Living End bring their teenage anthems for a show that was loud, fast and gritty.
Hometown heroes, The Living End, played to a sold out crowd at the Palace Theatre - the first of two Melbourne shows in support of their new record, The Ending Is Just The Beginning Repeating.
Playing like a greatest hits record, Cheney and his cohorts power through hit after hit, the crowd reveling in every signature upstroke.
The Living End bring their live act back to Brisbane with a bevy of new material and a familiar crazy energy their fans all love.
The Living End return to the touring circuit with a bang this September for their first headline tour in over two years.