Gondwana Choirs’ Festival Of Summer Voices: Featuring more than 300 of Australia’s finest young singers from all over the country this series of concerts will include both classical and contemporary works from around the world, particularly highlighting Australian composers.
Until Sat, Jan 20, University Of New South Wales
Actress: Actress aka Darren J. Cunningham returns to Sydney for a very special live performance at Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory with special guests Cop Envy, Magda Bytherowicz and Body Promise tonight.
Thu, Jan 18, Oxford Art Factory
Drunk Mums: Have been compared to The Ramones and The Saints if they had bulked up on protein powder and had a possessed baby. The four piece, have built a reputation for their rowdy shows over the years, having played at many of the country’s finest festivals so check them out live in Sydney tomorrow night.
Fri, Jan 19, Landsdowne Hotel
Mashd N Kutcher: Fresh off a huge world tour, Mashd N Kutcher have kicked off the year with the release of their brand new single Need Me (feat. Sammi Constantine). Mashd N Kutcher have progressed from local DJs to one of the most prominent electronic acts to grace the music scene in recent years and will be bringing their infectious live show to Sydney this weekend.
Sat, Jan 20, Marquee
Miss Blanks: The First Lady of Trench Records, Miss Blanks, has launched into 2018 like a heat-seeking missile which strikes Sydney this weekend. Her spectacular live show has only gone from strength-to-strength in the last six months too. After establishing herself as the breakout star of Bigsound 2017, she’s since gone on to perform at Listen Out, Meredith, The Plot, Let Them Eat Cake, and Beyond The Valley, and is now poised to rock the Laneway 2018 line-up and Sydney.
Sat, Jan 20, Tokyo Sing Song
Summer Dance 2018: Local tastemakers Astral People are thrilled to announce the return of Summer Dance – a series of outdoor parties in the luscious surroundings of Sydney’s National Art School this summer. The blissful Sunday program will feature an exceptional lineup of hand-picked artists from international pioneers to local champions. Performing this weekend will be Dan Shake, Project Pablo, Adi Toohey and Fortune Taylor.
Sun, Jan 21, National Art School
Alanis Morissette: For the first time in almost 20 years, Alanis will enthral Australian audiences with her deeply raw, emotional lyrics potent trademark vocals and captivating stage presence, performing songs spanning her entire career in an intimate acoustic trio setting.
Wed, Jan 24, ICC Sydney Theatre