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Mikado’s Final Live At The Sly: After nearly two years of running the successful live music showcase night Live At The Sly at the Slyfox, Enmore, Mikado is hosting its FINAL tonight. To commemorate their time championing indie music, tonight’s show will feature Midnight Tea Party, Inés, La Tarantella and Fat Yahooza during the free event.

Thu, Feb 16, Slyfox

The Screaming Jets: Due to popular demand the ever popular Screaming Jets are touring again off the back of their new LP Chrome. With 27 years of touring and making records, these boys know how to rock Oz audiences.

Thu, Feb 16, The Bridge Hotel

Clairy Brown: The Melbourne pop powerhouse is bursting into the new year with her first Australian tour in almost two years. During this time Clairy has been knuckling down to create a brand new fire-spitting live show that is sure to prick ears, turn heads and cement her as one of Australia’s leading women.

Fri, Feb 17, Oxford Arts Factory

Miroslav Bukovsky: This weekend the oft celebrated Divergence Jazz Orchestra will play their first live show of 2017 and to mark the occasion they are welcoming special guest trumpeter Miroslav Bukovsky. Adding Miroslav to the mix brings the number of musicians on stage to 20, and in a venue which has a capacity of only 120 this show is bound to sound incredible.

Sat, Feb 18, Seymour Centre – Sound Lounge

Fractures: After wrapping up 2016 with a national support slot for singer-songwriter Emma Louise, the release of praised singles ‘Fall Harder’ and ‘Alchemy’, plus a memorable performance at BIGSOUND, Fractures gears up for a promising return this year.

Sat, Feb 18, Newtown Social Club

Wil Wagner: Prior to the release of new music and a busy year ahead for The Smith Street Band, much-loved front man Wil Wagner has embarked on an extensive solo tour and is stopping in Sydney this weekend.

Sun, Feb 19, Oxford Art Factory

Handel’s Messiah: Australia’s five time ARIA award-winning baroque orchestra opens this years season by playing the worlds most performed baroque work, for the very first time. This show will be a heavenly synthesis of the Brandenburg Choir, Orchestra and shining young vocal soloists.

Wed, Feb 22, City Recital Hall