Liam Gallagher: Forthcoming debut solo album As You Were confirms that he is as much of a legend now as he ever was, with lead single Wall of Glass already clocking up over 11 million streams on Spotify in just under two months. Lending his voice to a myriad of sing-along tracks as front man of Oasis and now with new solo material under his belt, get your vocal chords prepped and ready for a show you won’t want to miss!
Thu, Jan 4, Hordern Pavillion
Flint Eastwood: Is bringing the show that’s blown away the stages of Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza and Sasquatch festivals just to name a few to Sydney tonight.
Thu, Jan 4, Lansdowne Hotel
Led Zeppelin Masters: The mammoth Led Zeppelin Masters are retiring to the Sydney Opera House tonight. The annual New Year event features Adelaide’s Zep Boys and the Black Dog orchestra (also conducted by the awesome Nichols Buc) playing the big Led Zeppelin songs. Imagine hearing the soaring much loved tunes such as Kashmir, The Immigrant Song, Dazed and Confused and Stairway To Heaven (of course!) played by a full orchestra!
Thu, Jan 4, Sydney Opera House
The Kooks: Are returning to Australia to celebrate their ‘Best Of’ album, a collection of greatest hits, including such classics as Naive, She Moves In Her Own Way and Ooh-La.
Fri, Jan 5, Hordern Pavilion
The East Pointers: JUNO-Award Winning Canadian trio The East Pointers write about real life, sketching out its joys and sorrows in vivid strokes, and their new tracks are akin to meeting up with an old friend. This weekend they bring this heartfelt sound to Sydney.
Sat, Jan 6, Factory Theatre
The Mighty Reapers: The original Mighty Reapers are getting together to play their annual shows at the Petersham Bowling Club. Once again guitarist Dave Brewer, who now resides in Perth, will make his annual pilgrimage across the country to join the rest of the band for two massive shows!
Sat, Jan 6, Petersham Bowling Club
Lunar Electric: Port Macquarie is set to become a giant dance floor to Australia’s who’s who of electronic dance music. Electronic music lovers will be pleased with the incredible lineup of DJs the festival will bring to New South Wales’ mid-coast with the first lineup including Australia’s #1 DJ in 2014, Will Sparks, Australia’s #1 female DJ three years running, Tigerlily and one of Melbourne’s best up-and-comers, Tyron Hapi.
Sat, Jan 6, Cassegrains Winery
Freedom Time: A new epic multi-stage festival catering to Sydney’s thriving disco, soul and house/techno communities will make it’s debut this weekend. Witness performances from Larry Heard, Johnny Osbourne, Bradley Zero, Sassy J and Silent Jay & Jace XL, alongside a spectacular local selection at this this open-air, day/night music celebration.
Sun, Jan 7, Manning Bar