2 Gayundah Esplanade
Woody Point 4019
Celebrated veterans Elbow would return to Melbourne to stage a phenomenal Splendour In The Grass sideshow.
Melbourne's premier retro popsters enjoy yet another triumphant homecoming.
Only the Dandy Warhols could balance disappoinment and delight so well.
Cut Copy return to their hometown of Melbourne for their first show in three years, to play a visually and aurally mesmerising set at The Palace, with The Holidays in support.
Definitely not an Alexisonfire gig, Dallas Green brings along a different band with him, with decidedly mixed results.
Foals once again prove that they're more than just hype.
Lupe Fiasco plays a BDO sideshow and treats the fans to a handful of tracks from his upcoming 3rd album Lasers.
M.I.A. joined with Die Antwoord at The Palace to curate a party spectacle to be remembered.
Canadian duo tear the Palace to shreds with an incredible show.
No frills Postpunk
In town for the Meredith Music Festival, Sharon Jones and the much travelled Dap-Kings took to the Palace for a night of funk and soul revival
Tame Impala play a psychadelically excellent set to a sold out crowd in Melbourne as part of their Innerspeaker Spring Tour, with the John Steel Singers in tow.
Emotional Canadian teens form band, perfect melodic vocal, develop hardened exterior, drop bombastic album, arrive in Melbourne
Australian folk rockers prove there's still fire in the bellies with their annual Grand Final eve show.
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