It may be naff and a just a little bit overblown, but hey it’s Guns N’ Roses.
Backed by the MSO and a children's choir, the almighty Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds truly blew Melbourne away with their enormous scale performance.
Soundgarden - as fresh and exciting now as in 1989.
Kanye West, his ego, and an absolutely feverish full house at the Myer Music Bowl.
Soundgarden will play two Big Day Out sideshows while in town this January.
Parklife again proved an eclectic mix of acts, kicking off the tour in Melbourne with fine performances from Lykke Li, The Streets and one scarily loud comeback set from Death From Above.
Not even a lack of good vantage points and a polarising set list stops TOOL delivering an intense performance in a dramatic arena.
Punk for the Twilight generation with Hayley Williams and Paramore.
Massive Attack delivered one of the gigs of the year at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl.
Neil Young proved he is still a consummate performer and a vital progenitor of contemporary music, one that remains relevant fifty-years from the time he started performing as a solo artist.
Dressed in a brown suit, white shirt, skinny black tie and pointy black shoes, Mark Ronson could have easily been mistaken for a member of the Beatles.
As with most festivals embarking on their first year, you can't expect too much, TGIO was no exception. However, the Sidney Myer Music Bowl was a great place to be for a schoolie, taking in the likes of favourites Gyroscope, Kisschasy, Grinspoon, Dallas C