Sydney Olympic Park
Sydney Olympic Park SA
It may have been the Easter Long Weekend for most, but Christmas came early for metalheads in the form of Music as a Weapon.
As we leave the stadium reeling, the one name that emerges in conversations all around us is that of the late Freddie Mercury’s. Certainly Muse have put on a glam show worthy of comparison to their countrymen, Queen.
If anyone needed assurances after '808's and Heartbreak' that recent Autotune-adopter Kanye West was keen on taking the road less travelled, this balmy Saturday night at Acer was it.
A triple threat line-up rocked Acer Arena on Friday night as Panic At The Disco and friends shimmied their way through fun, infectious sets.
Hitting the stage at the Acer Arena on Friday night, the Foo Fighters proved that even if they're running of places to go musically, they've got enough energy left in their live shows to take them through another several decades at least.
After an 11-year absence Ozzy Osbourne made his way down under, joined by special guests Sevendust.
Billy Joel returns to Sydney after eight aggravating years. The Piano Man proves why he is THE Entertainer in front of a record crowd of almost 20,000 fans at Acer Arena.
Eddie and his gang of Jamsters come to Sydney after a break of three years! New songs from Pearl Jam of course a smorgasbord of selections from the past.
Every year there is a time where drinking coke finally pays off... in the form of music. On Saturday punters lined up for hours just to try for that all important spot front row to see Evermore, The Veronicas, End of Fashion, After the Fall, The Hot Lies
And if you're in Sydney, it may just mean dashing across the road from the BDO a few hours earlier than you expected...