Chronixx

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Grouplove: The Californian indie-pop vibers will be hitting up Sydney to deliver their 2016 studio album Big Mess to fans here for the first time. To help kick off the party they have enlisted Sydney’s very own rambunctious rock outfit The Ruminaters to crank that dial up to 100!

Thu, Feb 15, Metro Theatre

Freya Josephine Hollick: Is bringing blues and honky tonk goodness that transports you back to early Appalachia, through wartime romance, the golden era of country music and into a cosmic hootenanny. With a voice that floats between Maybelle Carter, Dolly Parton and Skip James, Freya Josephine Hollick is a lady not to be missed.

Thu, Feb 15, Leadbelly

Star Wars – A New Hope in Concert: Sydney Symphony Orchestra (SSO) will perform Oscar-winning composer John Williams’ musical score live to film. Fans will be immersed in the scope and grandeur of the beloved Star Wars film in a live symphonic concert experience led by conductor Nicholas Buc, with the film played out on a giant screen at the ICC Sydney Theatre.

Fri, Feb 16, ICC Sydney Theatre

Cloud Control & Julia Jacklin: Sydney trio Cloud Control and Blue Mountains singer/songwriter Julia Jacklin will entertain the crowd while the sun sets over Sydney Harbour. Cloud Control & Julia Jacklin will be supported by Sydney-siders, Body Type. The four piece released their third single Silver last year and have since earned two FBi 2017 SMAC Award Nominations for Best Live Act and Next Big Thing.

Sat, Feb 17, Taronga Zoo

Stuck Out: After putting in the hard work over the past two years, supporting bands such as Moose Blood, Real Friends, and The Getaway Plan, Melbourne’s Stuck Out are stepping into the spotlight with the track Fade Away. This weekend they will also be joining forces with Stateside for a live performance in Sydney.

Sun, Feb 18, Bald Faced Stag

Too Many Zooz: From the underbelly of New York City’s subway stations to gleaming stages alongside Beyoncé; Too Many Zooz have proven their unique take on music can spark a fire in anyone and will do so once again this week with a live show in Sydney.

Mon, Feb 19, Factory Theatre

Primal Scream: Acid house hedonists, indie rock ‘n rollers Primal Scream have built a 30 year career on the art of reinvention and they are bringing their incendiary live show back to Sydney, more powerful and engaged than ever.

Tue, Feb 20, Enmore Theatre

Chronixx: Jamaican musician Chronixx is one of reggae’s leading lights, bringing together the traditions of dub, dancehall, ragga, soul and hip hop into his own fusion which has put reggae back on the main stage.

Wed, Feb 21, Metro Theatre