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Sincerely, Grizzly: Following two meticulous years constructing their debut album Adelaide’s indie, punk-pop-rock band return to the road to celebrate. Despite this being their debut album they have a solid live show background performing at Laneway Festival, Big Day out and Bigsound so their is no doubting their stage presence.

Thu, Dec 4, Oxford Art Factory

The Peppercorn Queen et The Fat Lambs: Blending country with rock-n-roll to create a new energetic sound that also has deep soulful sound Jackie Marshall will be launching the EP Good People for her new project this week.

Fri, Dec 5, Marrickville Bowls

Ceres: Following the highly successful release of their debut album earlier this year Melbourne’s anthem eom-pop rockers have broken all conventions by following it up quickly with a four track EP & will be rejoining the touring circuit with good mates Violent Soho.

Fri, Dec 5, The Metro

Teen Sensations: Having been described as “the best band of 20-somethings pretending to be teenagers pretending to be The Beach Boys” this four piece band is reviving instrumental surf music following the release of their debut 7”.

Fri, Dec 5, Gallery Bar

Gingerfest: Some of the most exciting punk and rock bands join forces this weekend to raise funds for Vision Australia at the inaugural Gingerfest. The event is in memory of Nicholas Sofer-Scheiber an icon often regarded as the glue that held the punk community together. Some bands involved include 28 Days, The Snowdroppers, Bagster, Chris Duke and The Royals and Lindsay “The Doctor” McDougall.

Sat, Dec 6, Factory Theatre

Sydney Gay & Lesbian Choir: As the holiday season can be an “especially difficult time for people in the LGBTQI community the SGLC hope that by showcasing some of the best holiday season songs and even some unexpected favourites they can cut through the commercialism to provide a heartwarming and unifying evening for all.

Sat, Dec 6, Petersham Town Hall

100 Guitars For World Peace: Bringing together volunteering primary, high school students and adults alike to celebrate peace and raise community spirit through music. During the event both professional and amateur musicians will share the stage to play two pieces of music to raise money for the Sydney Children’s Hospital and the International Association of Human Values.

Sun, Dec 7, VJ’s Chatswood

Beats 4 Breast Cancer: During 2.5 hours of entertainment this event will see multiple major artists including, Justice Crew, Dami Im, Leo Sayer, Anthony Callea and Amber Lawrence, coming together to raise funds to help the National Breast Cancer Foundation move closer to its goal of zero deaths from breast cancer by 2030.

Wed, Dec 10, QANTAS Credit Union Arena