Caravãna Sun: Once again proving that they are one of Australia’s hardest working bands, Caravãna Sun have announced more shows over summer ahead of the release of their new single in January.
Fri, Dec 23, Miranda Hotel
Dubioza Kolektiv: Mashing up ska, reggae, punk, hip hop and electronica with a healthy dash of Balkan spice has helped this seven-piece outfit amass nearly half a million fans on Facebook. This week they will be arriving in Sydney with their exuberant live show and whip smart political songs.
Sat, Dec 24, Factory Theatre
Mexican Party With Victor Valdes & The Real Mexico Mariachi Band: In his own right Victor is a truly extraordinary performer, but this is a rare opportunity to experience him in full regalia with his big band Mariachi group, as they play all the Mexican favourites!
Wed, Dec 28, Camelot Lounge
Nadya & Zoran’s 101 Candles Orkestra: When Nadya and Zoran and the 101 Candles Orkestra play the Camelot Lounge, it’s more than just another highly enjoyable gig, it’s an event. Come on a real musical adventure as a brilliant group of musicians take you on a whirlwind, genre-hopping journey through a dazzling variety of musical styles.
Thu, Dec 29, Camelot Lounge
The Belligerents: The Brisbane indie-psychedelic supergroup recently captured everybody’s attention with their jaw dropping rendition of Fat Boy Slims ‘Praise You’ for Triple J’s Like A Version. This holiday season fans have an opportunity to see them perform this and many other songs live in a festival setting.
Fri, Dec 30, Lost Paradise Festival
The Bamboos: Australia’s premiere soul and funk powerhouse will be performing their first headline Sydney show in over a year and half to help help you kick off your New Years celebrations a day early.
Sat, Dec 31, The Basement
Luke Million: The king of synthesisers in Australia, who you will likely know from his remix of the iconic Stranger Things theme song, will be helping you continue the New Years Day party as he brings his Live Journey to the iconic poolside stage of Marco Polo at the Ivy.
Sun, Jan 1, Marco Polo
Highasakite: Stepping away from the festival stage for a one off intimate performance in Sydney are Norway’s Highasakite, who will hope to continue to enthral audiences. Joining them for the show will be local songstress on the rise Bec Sandridge.
Tue, Jan 3, Oxford Art Factory
Modern Baseball: In just a few short years, Modern Baseball have gone from college freshmen self-recording their first record to a worldwide phenomenon. Yet somehow, it feels like just the beginning.
Wed, Jan 4, The Metro Theatre