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Corgan and co followed their performance of their new album Oceania with a selection of their greatest songs, reminding us that The Smashing Pumpkins are still well and truly alive and kicking.
Bring on the wrecking ball, the Sydney Entertainment Centre to be demolished as part of a $1 billion upgrade.
Wake me up inside - former faux-goth heroes deliver a disappointing set.
This hippy at heart, rocking firecracker captured a vibe that lingered well after the music was over. Concert-goers left feeling they were privy to something so magical and rare…words fail to describe the enormity of beauty and passion Kravitz transcend
Waves of fans clambered into the Sydney Entertainment Centre to witness the talent of System of a Down on a "school night" early in the week.
They may strike fear into the hearts of church goers and mothers groups with their scary imagery and disturbing lyrics, but Slipknot are all about fun and games.
Polarising megastar Kanye West brings his non-stop greatest-hits show to Sydney's Entertrainment Centre.
The return of Soundgarden proved they still have the passion and intensity to do justice to their impressive back-catalogue.
Kanye will play two epic BDO sideshows at venues that are almost large enough to contain his monsterous live show (and ego).
Florence and the Machine will be returning to Australia in May for her very own headline tour.
If there was a night to get out that moth-holed rocker band shirt, tonight was it. For Sydneysiders, it was a chance to relive the big haired eighties.
His Bobness along with Paul Kelly prove the power of the humble harmonica and a lifetime's musical experience.
The Chemical Brothers left a potent and evocative message seared in the minds of the gathered.