Gig Guide: Your Dose of Live Music in Perth, February 2017

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February is the month of Fringe Festival which means there’s something for everyone across a huge range of venues. Comedy acts, live music shows, film festivals and more culturally inspired wonders are just some of things that make up Fringe – and almost every venue in Northbridge and the Perth CBD gets involved. Laneway Festival makes an appearance this month in the heart of Fremantle and Rottnest Island’s Castaway music festival will keep punters entertained this summer too.

The local front is buzzing with action thanks to Fringe, but there’s other live music on the cards too including Mossy Fogg, Vdelli, Vida Cain, Our Man in Berlin, The Little Lord Street Band and Bon Scott tributes from Hells Bells. Aussie legends Diesel, Thirsty Merc and Baby Animals will also be heading to Perth. On the international front, Guns N’ Roses make their epic trip to Aussie shores for their Not in this Lifetime tour, Canadian rockers The Franklin Electric head to the Fly By Night Club in Freo, Opeth will heat things up at Metro City, Yellowcard say farewell at Amplifier and Adele hits Domain Stadium at the end of the month. February is going to be huge for live music in Perth so make sure you keep your finger on the pulse to avoid missing out on the action!

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Gumnut #07 | Drew Goddard, Luke Dux, Sam Maher & More

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When: Wednesday 1st February, 8pm-11pm.
Where: El Grotto, Scarborough.
Cost: FREE entry!
Info: Gumnut is a night dedicated to showcasing talent from across the country and a platform for artists to come together and perform their original compositions live on stage in unique, intimate setting. Lineup include Drew Goddard, Luke Dux, Sam Maher and Cals Spiritual Journey. Event details here.

Northern Blues N Roots WA

When: Thursday 2nd February, 7:30pm-10:30pm.
Where: The Carine, Duncraig.
Cost: $15 on door.
Info: Feb fresh start blues with Northern Blues N Roots! The first Thursday of each month, head to The Carine for your dose of blues music. Event details and lineup here.

Record Club Roadshow | The Preachers Perform Presidents of the USA

live music Perth

When: Thursday 2nd February, 7:30pm-11pm.
Where: The Newport Hotel, Fremantle.
Cost: $20.10 from here.
Info: Record Club Roadshow at The Newport Summer/Autumn Edition presents Mike DeGrussa & The Peaches performing Presidents of the USA’s self-titled debut LP in all its entirety. Event details here

Bad Habits feat. Spacey Jane

When: Thursday 2nd February, 8pm.
Where: El Grotto, Scarborough.
Cost: $5 on door.
Info: Bad Habits featuring Spacey Jane, Cloning Mammoth and Goongey – a dream pop band from Fremantle. Event details here. Free entry before 8pm. 

The Little Lord Street Band

When: Friday 3rd February, 8pm-11pm.
Where: Hyde Park Hotel, North Perth.
Cost: On door.
Info: The Little Lord Street Band do every Friday in February 2017 at Hyde Park Hotel we are celebrating the occasion every Friday with these cool country guys in support. Event details here

Pulse Rock Band

When: Friday 3rd February, 8:30pm-11pm.
Where: The Admiral Hotel, Kwinana.
Cost: FREE entry!
Info: PULSE Rock Band return to The Admiral the evening of Friday 3rd February. Free entry, meals available, make a night of it. Event details here

Fortunes | Future Classic

live music Perth

When: Friday February 3rd, 8pm-12am.
Where: Jack Rabbit Slims, Northbridge.
Cost: $10 from here.
Info: JRS’s presents music from Fortunes, Ziggy, Demon Days and Amber Akilla for one hell of a party night. Event details here

Passenger | Fremantle Arts Centre

When: Saturday 4th February, 6pm-10pm.
Where: Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle.
Cost: $89-$129.85 from here.
Info: Select Music presents Passenger with special guests to be announced. From busking on street corners to playing some of the most prestigious venues and theatres throughout the world. This January and February sees him set out on a new adventure. For the first time in many years, Passenger will be backed by a live band. The five-piece will be showcasing songs from the new record as well as breathing new life into the many Passenger cult classics. Event details here

Mossy Fogg

When: Saturday 4th February, 8pm.
Where: Indi Bar, Scarborough.
Cost: On door.
Info: Having a lash at headlining this monster of a venue is Perth legends, Mossy Fogg. With special guests, the Devil in Miss Jones and Bells Rapids! Event details here

Seed at The Fly

When: Saturday 4th February, 8pm.
Where: The Fly By Night Musicians Club, Fremantle.
Cost: FREE entry!
Info: Real house music in the heart of Fremantle with licensed bar and foodtruck on site. Happy, funky vibes brought to you by Ben10 and Ben Discova, hosted by Dukes of Digital. Event details here.

Move and Methods | Something Special

When: Saturday 4th February, 8pm-2am.
Where: Badlands Bar, Northbridge.
Cost: $16-$21.89 from here.
Info: Come together with the united forces of Methods & Move as they bring you Something Special – a brand new party for the promotion of universal togetherness featuring the Perth debut of the don himself. Event details here

The Siren Tower | Invalia Single Launch

When: Saturday 4th February, 8pm.
Where: Amplifier Capitol, Perth.
Cost: $18.70 from here.
Info: After astounding critics and fans with their 2012 debut, A History of Houses, Perth based folk/rock outfit The Siren Tower return with their new single, Invalia; a bulldozing provacation that speaks directly to black and white history in Australia, and the bloody hypocrisy that is our asylum seeker record. Joining The Siren Tower at Perth’s home of live music, the beloved Amplifier Bar will be Timothy Nelson, These Winter Nights and Lofty Heights. Event details here

Laneway Festival

When: Sunday 5th February, 11am-11pm.
Where: Esplanade Reserve, Fremantle.
Cost: $150 from here.
Info: In keeping with tradition, it’s a risk-­taking line­-up that goes deep and wide: supporting the best new local and international talent, while welcoming back acts that once occupied early slots to close out the festival. With a bold selection of contemporary icons and emerging game­ changers, 2017 is on point. Featuring the likes of Koi Child, Chet Faker, Dune Rats, Tame Impala, Glass Animals and so much more. Event details and full lineup here

Workshop ft. Cian Caton

When: Monday 6th February, 8pm.
Where: The Good Shepherd, Leederville.
Cost: $5 on door.
Info: Perth’s newest Open Mic night celebrating the sounds and artists of neo-soul and R&B music. Hosted by Katherine Curnow aka KC and backed by the slammin house band, Workshop will bring to our fair city a fresh new vibe and showcase Perth’s finest vocalists. Next up we have the effervescent Cian Caton, whose sweet and smooth as silk tone will transport you to another dimension – think Nao mixed with Jhené Aiko. It’s also KC’s birthday so you best believe it will be lit. Event details here.

Fringe World Festival | Starman

When: Monday 6th February, 7:45pm-9:15pm.
Where: Perth Cultural Centre, Northbridge.
Cost: $30.50 from here.
Info: International entertainment extraordinaire Sven Ratzke will bring Bowie back to life in a big way when his new rock and roll journey Starman plays at Fringe World 2017. The weirdly mad and entertaining universe of Ratze will merge with the legendary Bowie universe to create a grandiose cabaret that will play seven nightly shows from Monday 6th February until Sunday 12th Februay at the De Parel Spiegeltent (Perth Cultural Centre). Labelled by the New York Press as a must-see? performer, Ratzke is an international stage veteran, spending about 48 weeks of the year touring the world?s biggest theatres, cabaret venues and festivals.

B*Witched | Atomic Kitten | S Club 3 & east 17


When: Tuesday 7th February, 7pm-11:30pm.
Where: Metro City, Northbridge.
Cost: $79-$228.70 from here.
Info: Due to overwhelming popular demand, B*Witched & Atomic Kitten, with special guests: S Club 3 & East 17 will now be heading west to complete their Australian Tour!

Vdelli Album Launch | Out of the Sun

When: Thursday 9th February, 7pm.
Where: Rosemount Hotel, North Perth.
Cost: $20 on door.
Info: The Australian Release Party of their new album Out of The Sun with some of their favourite Perth bands including Legs Electric, Rag Doll and Hailmary. Event details here. You can also catch Vdelli at their resident spot at the Indi Bar in Scarbrough every Friday night in February.

Flamenco Pure | Fringe World Festival

When: Thursday 9th February, 8pm-11pm.
Where: Fly By Night Musicians Club, Fremantle.
Cost: $37 from here.
Info: Primarily known throughout the Spanish music and dance community, Flamenco Puro has remained one of Perth’s hidden jewels. The group has been immersed in their art form and given little attention to self promotion, thus although highly respected among their peers, somewhat of a secret beyond the flamenco circle. Event details here

Vida Cain

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When: Friday 10th February, 8pm-11pm.
Where: Four5Nine Bar, Rosemount Hotel North Perth.
Cost: On door.
Info: Following their Yeah Nah East Coast tour, the Vida Cain boys bring the love home with a big ol’ party at Four5Nine bar. special guests include The Shakeys and Second HAND Stroke. Event details here

Bob Marley Reggae on the River

When: Friday 10th February, 6pm-10:30pm.
Where: Mends Street Jetty, South Perth.
Cost: $45 from here.
Info: Reggae On The River pays tribute to one of the worlds greatest artists, Bob Marley, by celebrating his birth date on board the Paddle Steamer Decoy with Dilip n the Davs – one of WA’s busiest originals party bands with an extensive repertoire of reggae/ska/funk grooves. This legendary outfit will deliver two sets of reggae infused rhythms to get folks in dance party mode. Celebrate Bob and life by dancing with the Davs. Event details here

The Beatles Celebration | Honouring George Martin

When: Friday 10th February, 8pm.
Where: Badlands Bar, Northbridge.
Cost: TBA from here.
Info: From Mania to Revolution – A Beatles Tribute to George Martin. George Martin was often described as the 5th Beatle, he was the person that captured on tape the visceral energy of the Beatle’s early years and delivered their unique vision on their increasingly ground breaking albums. Martin influenced music throughout the 60’s and beyond, irrevocably setting the course of popular music, the effects of which are still being heard today. After the death of George Martin earlier this year, Linda Bull, Justin Burford (End Of Fashion), Felicity Groom, Kram and Dom Mariani (Stems, DM3) join Music Director Davey Lane, Ashley Naylor, and their band to present a very special show highlighting the genius of George Martin. Event details here

The Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club

When: Saturday 11th February, 8pm.
Where: Rosemount Hotel, North Perth.
Cost: $28.60 from here.
Info: Cool Perth Nights are pleased to announce legendary Red Dwarf actor, host and broadcaster Craig Charles is heading to Rosemount Hotel this February to present one of his legendary Funk & Soul DJ nights. Event details here

The Franklin Electric with Yomi Ship

When: Saturday 11th February, 8pm.
Where: Fly By Night Musicians Club, Fremantle.
Cost: $10 from here.
Info: After slaying audiences across Australia in 2016 supporting Holy Holy, Canadian hitmakers The Franklin Electric are gracing our shores again, heading around the country this week with Half Moon Run before embarking on an extensive national run with Woodlock throughout January and February to celebrate the release of their new album Blue Ceilings. Don’t miss these guys at the one and only Fly By! Special guests Yomi Ship. Event details here

Opeth | Sorceress Word Tour

When: Saturday 11th February, 7pm-11pm.
Where: Metro City, Northbridge. 
Cost: $79.80 from here.
Info: The evolution of Opeth as a band is wondrous, witnessing spine-tingling music which bestrides genres, and an exponential growth in an ever diversifying fan base. their live show is a deeply emotional, yet exhilarating experience. From centre stage they create an atmospheric utopia; theirs is truly a unique concert experience, and one not to be missed. Event details here

Matt Gresham | Survive on Love Single Tour

When: Saturday 11th February, 10pm-11:10pm.
Where: Indi Bar, Scarbrough. 
Cost: TBA. From here.
Info: Matt Gresham is once again returning to Australian shores, for the Survive on Love single tour. After re-locating to Berlin and delving into a new chapter of creativity and experience, the singer-songwriter is relishing the opportunity to share his stories and music in a series of reflective and intimate performances. Event details here

Castaway Music Festival

When: Sunday 12th February, 12pm.
Where: Hotel Rottnest, Rottnest Island.
Cost: $80-$90.66 from here.
Info: Island festival Castaway returns for a second summer rendezvous featuring Rüfüs, Rüfüs Du Sol, the Kite String Tangle, Yuma X and Pilerats DJs. Two Castaways, one summer – can you handle it? Yes. Yes you can. Event details here

Black Slate with Dilip n’ the Davs

When: Sunday 12th February, 6pm-11pm.
Where: Rosemount Hotel, North Perth.
Cost: $39.80 from here.
Info: Black Slate formed in 1972 and were originators of the UK Reggae movement. They originally worked as a backing band for artists like Leroy Smart, The Heptones, Johnny Clarke, Ken Boothe, Dennis Brown, Jimmy Cliff, Toots and the Maytals, Sly & Robbie and Peter Tosh. Reuniting in 2013, Black Slate debuted at the prestigious Miami Reggae Festival and are now touring the USA, Europe, Australia and New Zealand for their new album Peaceful Demonstration. Event details here

Fringe World Festival | Frankly Winehouse

When: Monday 13th February, 7pm-8pm.
Where: The Moon Cafe, Northbridge.
Cost: $26 from here.
Info: Hot from a jam-packed sell-out season at Fringe World earlier this year, Amy Winehouse is back once again, and the beehive is bigger than ever. Devised and written by Ashleigh Kreveld, this is an all out cabaret experience featuring all the soul, sass and vulnerability of this late modern legend. Joining the 27 Club like many great music legends before her, Amy Winehouse’s legacy has truly lived on. With a voice that ignites all, and the talent and ingenuity to match, Amy Winehouse has a story of intrigue, torment and passion.

Lucidity

When: Tuesday 14th February – Saturday 18th February 6pm.
Where: The Blue Room Theatre, Northbridge.
Cost: $21-$26 from here.
Info: SLEEP, SLEEP, SLEEP, REPEAT. “Life, what we call life, is only two thirds of our potential life. So why does the waking world have the monopoly on living?” Alex is in the business of dreams. A young, charismatic, self-help tycoon who has made millions promoting the benefits of lucid dreaming through his company Lucidity. Dealt some unexpected blows, Alex starts abusing his methodology and ultimately finds himself caught between two worlds; one he can control, the other he cannot. Event details here

Conscious Dreamers | Club Acoustica

When: Wednesday 15th February, 7:30pm-11pm.
Where: The Indi Bar, Scarborough.
Cost: FREE entry!
Info: Club Acoustica is a chilled night of acoustic artists playing original music in a stripped back mode in a relaxed lounge room vibe. This week join Conscious Dreamers for a few new tunes from their latest project. Other acts on the night include The Meeck, Michael Dunston and Greg Bowles.  Event details here.

Yellowcard | The Final World Tour

When: Wednesday 15th February, 7:30pm.
Where: Amplifier Capitol, Perth.
Cost: $81.30 from here.
Info: Floridian rockers Yellowcard will release their final album, simply titled Yellowcard, on 30 September 2016 via Hopeless Records/Unified. The band will take their farewells on the road with The Final World Tour that kicks off in Texas in October, landing in Australia in February 2017. Event details here

Women of Soul | Fringe World Festival 2017

When: Thursday 16th February – Sunday 19th February.
Where: Perth Cultural Centre, Perth.
Cost: $31.40 from here.
Info: Australia’s finest female soul performers unite for the Perth premier of their new show Women of Soul. Get ready to shake and shimmy to hard hitting funk, sweet soul and deep rhythm blues with some of Australia’s sassiest divas with a show curated especially for the West! Playing tribute to the female legends of soul such as Etta James, Diana Ross and Aretha Franklin, each vocalist will perform on stage with a mix of their own original songs as well as some classic tunes from Motown and Chess record labels to get the dance floor rocking! Event details here

Motown Legends

When: Friday 17th February, 10:30pm-1:30am.
Where: The Ellington Jazz Club, Perth.
Cost: $15-$20 from here.
Info: Join highly acclaimed and talented vocalists Carrie Pereira, Allira Wilson and Matt Allen as they pay tribute to some of the world’s greatest Motown hits. Come down and experience a night filled with classics by artists such as The Jackson Five, The Vandellas and Diana Ross and the Supremes. Together with a stellar line up of musicians, this night promises to get you off your seats for a good time. Event details here.

Baby Animals | One Word Tour

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When: Friday 17th February, 8pm-11:30pm.
Where: The Charles Hotel, North Perth.
Cost: SOLD OUT.
Info: Baby Animals hit the road to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of ‘One Word’, the band’s highest charting Australian single from the debut self-titled album. The band will rip through a set of ‘Hits’ and fan favourites with support from special guests. Celebrate 25 years of One Word with Baby Animals. Event details here.

Flamenco Pure | Fringe World Festival

When: Friday 17th February, 8pm-11pm.
Where: Fly By Night Musicians Club, Fremantle.
Cost: $37 from here.
Info: Primarily known throughout the Spanish music and dance community, Flamenco Puro has remained one of Perth’s hidden jewels. The group has been immersed in their art form and given little attention to self promotion, thus although highly respected among their peers, somewhat of a secret beyond the flamenco circle. Event details here

Hands Like Houses | The Colourblind Tour

When: Friday 17th February, 7pm.
Where: Badlands Bar, Northbridge.
Cost: SOLD OUT.
Info: Riding the shockwaves made by their hard hitting new album and their recent tours with some of the biggest bands in the business, Hands Like Houses are gearing up for their Colourblind Tour, their largest Australian headline tour ever! Event details here

In Memory of Bon Scott | Hells Bells

live music Perth

When: Friday 17th February, 8pm.
Where: Leopold Hotel, Bicton.
Cost: $18.40 from here.
Info: Hells Bells play AC/DC’s Greatest Hits like a runaway train coming to you at 100 MPH. Fans can expect a healthy dose of rock and rock in memory of Bon Scott. Hells Bells has been performing the best of AC/DC for almost 12 years – from the earliest Bon Scott to the latest Brian Johnson to rapturous audiences all over WA and is appreciated for it’s ability to perform energetic live versions of all the classics. Event details here

Fringe World Festival | Comedians vs. Rappers

When: Friday 17th February, 8pm-10pm.
Where: Leapfrogs Cafe, Wanneroo.
Cost: $29 from here.
Info: Well-known Comedians and Rap artist royalty. Going head to head in an attempt to skillfully out crazy the opposing genre, relying on nothing but quick wit and microphone mastery. This is truly the ultimate battle of the 29th Century. This could get messy and will probably end in tears, laughter or other. Sold out shows in 2016, every show is different, see some of the festival’s best comedians take on some of Perth’s best rappers, it’s wild it’s different and of the cuff.

WA’s Newest Music Festival | A Dog Day Afternoon

When: Saturday 18th February, 12pm.
Where: The Carine, Duncraig.
Cost: $34 from here.
Info: Announcing the brand new WA annual music festival with a showcase of talent and seasoned rock legends. Despite the name, this event is oddly enough a dog free one. Event details and full lineup here

Blues in the Hills

live music Perth

When: Saturday 18th February, 6pm-10pm.
Where: Araluen Botanic Park, Roleystone.
Cost: $10-$60 from here.
Info: Araluen’s annual blues night is coming back to the breathtaking amphitheatre at Araluen Botanic Park. Blues in the Hills will be bringing you an evening of WA’s finest blues music under the trees and stars and overlooking the water at Araluen Botanic Park, guaranteeing a beautiful summers evening. This year’s event will see the talents of Hunt For Dallas, Steely Blues Lez Karski Trio and MattyTWall take to the stage for the ultimate blues night out! Event details here

Mallrat & Tyne-James Organ

When: Saturday 18th February, 9pm-5am.
Where: Jack Rabbit Slims, Northbridge.
Cost: $12 presale from here.
Info: Mallrat is a Brisbane-based teenager with a knack for creating outrageously catchy pop tunes. She sings, she raps, she makes everybody dance. She shot to attention with her incredible indie hip hop/electronica/
pop-rap hybrid track “Suicide Blonde” gathering praise from the good folks at triple j and FBi (Artist of the Week), international tastemakers HillyDilly, Pigeons and Planes, Pilerats, and many others. Event details here

Our Man in Berlin | A Lightbulb Mind Single Launch

When: Saturday 18th February, 7pm.
Where: Badlands Bar, Northbridge.
Cost: TBA.
Info: After a quiet 2016, Our Man in Berlin are back with their single launch. Special guests include These Winter Nights, Dear Creature and Big Orange. Event details here.

The Date | Master Date Album Launch

When: Saturday 18th February, 8pm-10pm.
Where: The Hen House Live, Northbridge.
Cost: $10 on door.
Info: The Date are launching their third album Master Date Event details here with special guests Kylie Storm and Rocket and Friends.

Sunset Wine and Music

When: Saturday 18th February – Sunday 19th February, 2:30pm-7:30pm.
Where: Brighton Reserve, Scarborough.
Cost: $28 from here or $33 at gate.
Info: Enjoying wine, food and music as the sun goes down overlooking the beach is as good as it can get for summer! Join with friends and family and discover some new wines along with a few favourites. Your day will be helped along with some tasty tapas styled meals and live music. Wine will be available to taste, buy by the glass or you may pick something up to be enjoyed at a nearby restaurant or at home. Event details here or read my guest post on the event a few years back with Travelling Corkscrew here.

Matt Gresham | Survive on Love Single Tour

When: Sunday 19th February, 6pm.
Where: Ravenswood Hotel, Ravenswood. 
Cost: TBA. From here.
Info: Matt Gresham is once again returning to Australian shores, for the Survive on Love single tour. After re-locating to Berlin and delving into a new chapter of creativity and experience, the singer-songwriter is relishing the opportunity to share his stories and music in a series of reflective and intimate performances. Event details here

Hockey Dad | Benefit of the Doubt Tour

live music Perth

When: Sunday 19th February, 8pm.
Where: Indi Bar, Scarborough. 
Cost: $20.40 from here.
Info: Hockey Dad are stoked to announce their Benefit of the Doubt regional tour. Cop some tikkos and turn into a human beer with them. Event details here

Guns N’ Roses | Not in this Lifetime Tour

live music Perth

When: Tuesday 21st February, 6:30pm.
Where: Domain Stadium, Subiaco. 
Cost: $95-$360.74 from here.
Info: Founder Axl Rose and former members, Slash and Duff McKagan have regrouped for one of the century’s most anticipated tours. Currently touring the US and South America before heading to Australia in February 2017, Rolling Stone said: “This was the real thing, the thing we’d all been waiting for: the triumphant return of one of the most important bands to cross rock music history. And it happened in our lifetime”. Event details here.

Kid Ink | Australian Tour

When: Wednesday 22nd February, 8pm.
Where: Metro City, Northbridge. 
Cost: $69/90 from here.
Info: Los Angeles rapper and producer, Kid Ink, returns to Australia in February 2017 playing Perth on Wednesday 22 February 2017 with special guests Donell Lewis and Kennyon Brown. Presented by Live Nation Australia & New Zealand.

Record Club Roadshow Presents Stone Roses

When: Thursday 23rd February, 7pm-11pm.
Where: The Newport Hotel, Fremantle. 
Cost: $20.10 from here.
Info: The Stoned Posers: SAE honcho Wayne Hodges and fellow king monkey men Tristan Dudley, Howard Whitworth, Colin Outhwaite Jnr, Colin Outhwaite Snr and they are performing The Stone Roses. Event details here

Thirsty Merc

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When: Friday 24th February, 8pm-11:50pm.
Where: The Charles Hotel, North Perth. 
Cost: $30 from Charles Hotel bottleshop or here.
Info: Join Aussie rockers Thirsty Merc as they make their way back over to Perth for another epic live show. Event details here

2nd Annual Ravenswood Blues & Roots Festival

When: Saturday 25th February, 4pm-11:30pm.
Where: Ravenswood Hotel, Ravenswood.
Cost: $68.75 from here.
Info: The Ravenswood Hotel and Starr Special Events present the 2nd Annual Blues Festival 25th Feb 2017.
With an all star line up including Diesel, Russell Morris, Dave Hole, Blue Shaddy and then our very own local artists John Read, Nate Lansdell, Ben Catley, Lightning Jack and The Mikmen. Two stages outside in the beer garden on the beautiful Banks Of The Murray River… this is one event you won’t want to miss. Details here

Riley Pearce

When: Saturday 25th February, 4pm-11:30pm.
Where: Indi Bar, Scarborough.
Cost: $11.44 from here.
Info: Playing in full band mode, don’t miss Riley Pearce at his favourite venue. Joined by special guests Ben Swanson and Grace Sanders. Event details here.

Howie Morgan

When: Saturday 26th February, TBA
Where: Indi Bar, Scarborough.
Cost: On door.
Info: Join Howie as he takes you on a journey through a mix of blues, soul and pop music.

Adele

When: Tuesday 28th February, 7:30pm.
Where: Domain Stadium, Subiaco.
Cost: $104-$308.77 from here.
Info: Global superstar Adele will visit Australia for the very first time in February and March, 2017 to perform a series of special stadium concerts in a unique 360º in-the-round production. “It was a pure Adele moment: a pop triumph immediately brought to earth by shared human frailty. Adele’s gifts could separate her from more ordinary humans. Instead, she forges bonds.” – New York Times, USA. Event details here.

 

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