Minus The Bear: Over the course of their 15-year career, Seattle band Minus The Bear have made music on their own terms while carving out their own unique musical world, which they will be bringing to Sydney tonight.
Thu, Aug 3, Oxford Art Factory
Steve Hackett: As the powerhouse guitarist for Genesis, inarguably one of the most important progressive rock bands ever, Hackett has been a guiding influence for musicians and guitarists for over 40 years. For this show Hackett will be performing from his vast Genesis and also solo catalogue of songs.
Fri, Aug 4, Enmore Theatre
Dear Seattle: This Sydney band have been shaking up the live music scene and crowdsurfing their way across Australia all year, and now they return home to celebrate the release of their new self-titled EP.
Fri, Aug 4, Brighton Up Bar
G-Dragon: The South Korean sensation who has been touted as one of the countries most influential leaders in music and fashion will be making his way to Sydney this weekend. Experience one of the greatest K-Pop acts touring the world at the moment.
Sat, Aug 5, QUDOS Bank Arena
Ceres: Celebrating the release of their new 7-inch Stretch Ur Skin vinyl Melbourne heart throbs Ceres return to Sydney this weekend. For the Sydney show they will be supported by Slowly Slowly.
Sat, Aug 5, The Lansdowne
Stepson: A five piece melodic-hardcore band from Brisbane that pride themselves on having high energy, honest lyrics and raw, emotive music. Now following the release of their latest single, Come With Me, the band are hitting the road and arrive in Sydney this weekend.
Sun, Aug 6, Bald Faced Stag
Taryn Fiebig & The Australian Art Quartet: Helpmann Award-winning soprano Taryn Fiebig is one of Australia’s most popular and versatile artists. Taryn has performed with all the major Australian opera companies. Tonight she joins The Australian Art Quartet at the Yellow House Gallery to create a rare chance to see this phenomenal voice in an intimate setting.
Tue, Aug 8, Yellow House Gallery
The Merchants of Helsinki: The seemingly unlikely but completely charming piece The Merchants of Helsinki is to be performed for the first time at the Seymour Centre. This show is a special recreation of a 1930s Yiddish-Finnish cabaret, lovingly restored by a group of Sydney and UK academics.
Wed, Aug 9, Seymour Centre – The Sound Lounge