The Rubens. Photo: Giulia McGauran

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+Live+: The reunited original line-up of +LIVE+ – Ed Kowalczyk (vocals, guitar), Chad Taylor (guitar, backing vocals), Patrick Dahlheimer (bass) and Chad Gracey (drums, percussion) are back once again with a vengeance for tonight’s show.

Thu, Mar 1, ICC Sydney Theatre

The Eskies: Join Ireland’s The Eskies as they bring their high-energy brand of folk noir/gypsy jazz/sea shanty and swaggering stage spectacle to Sydney tonight.

Thu, Mar 1, Leadbelly

The Purple Doves: A live band tribute and dedication to the music of legendary Prince with The Purple Doves band presenting to you all the hits live. The Purple Doves bring all of the attitude that the music of Prince demands including a funky vocal and a flamboyant performance that will have you partying like its 1999.

Fri, Mar 2, Camelot Lounge

The Rubens: Aussie alt-rock favourites The Rubens have returned with a brand new, groove-fuelled single Million Man which will also see the group hitting the road once again to bring their soulful tunes to life.

Sat, Mar 3, Sydney Opera House

The Genes: Are like that quiet, intelligent guy who doesn’t say much but when he does speak, you just have to listen. Beginning last month the band have been on a busking tour around the country and arrive in Sydney this weekend to celebrate the release of their twelfth album.

Sat, Mar 3, Various Locations

Neon Ivy: If you’re looking for a new Sunday session which embraces music then look no further than this event. Curating the music for the inaugural event is Neon Ivy who’s seamless flow and ability to create a groove will leave you entranced by her sound. With rhythms that change between the fundamentals of house & techno, her sound is constantly evolving.

Sun, Mar 4, Ching-a-Lings

King Krule: Due to overwhelming demand, London’s King Krule, has decided to upgrade the venue for his upcoming Sydney performance by moving from The Metro to the Enmore Theatre. This change will allow more fans to see him perform live, so if you missed out on tickets initially now is your chance to rectify that. 

Mon, Mar 5, Enmore Theatre

George Ezra: Bringing his unmistakable baritone pipes back to our golden shores, acclaimed 23-year-old English singer-songwriter George Ezra will be enchanting Sydney this week.

Tue, Mar 6, Enmore Theatre

Thando: In her first collaboration and with one of the fastest-rising Hip Hop acts in Australia, Zimbabwean born Thando has released her brand new single Numb featuring Remi and will be heading to Sydney for a mid-week romp to celebrate.

Wed, Mar 7, Beach Road Bondi (Sosueme)