Navigate / search


Get ready for a crazy September with some killer Australian acts heading back out on the road.

Aussie legends Angus and Julia Stone are embarking on a nation wide tour this September to promote their next album which is due for release at the end of this year. Playing through major cities across the country, we can expect to be hearing a healthy mix of fan favourites as well as some new material from album number four.

Thursday, September 21st | The Tivoli, Brisbane (Brisbane Festival)

Saturday, September 23rd | Palais Theatre, Melbourne

Tuesday, September 26th | Enmore Theatre, Sydney

Thursday, September 28th | Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide

Friday, September 29th | Perth Concert Hall, Perth

Tiny Little Houses have won us over once again their latest single Garbage Bin, coupled with their stunning reputation of live shows, meaning that their single launches are definitely ones to catch. The band’s angsty sound is more likely to glue a grin on fans faces as they play two shows that are bound to be the smallest of what we’ll see them be doing in the near future.

Thursday, August 17 | The Lansdown, Sydney

Saturday, August 19 | Howler, Melbourne

Sydney favourite The Preatures have just announce that they’re going to be touring around the country to promote their second album, Girlhood. The four-piece will be touring throughout September just after their sophomore album releases, playing in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, and Adelaide. If you know anything about The Preatures, you know that their live shows are not to be missed, and if you don’t know anything about The Preatures, now you do.

Friday, September 1st | The Forum, Melbourne

Saturday, September 2nd | Enmore Theatre, Sydney

Thursday, September 14th |  Brisbane Festival (All Ages)

Friday, September 22nd | HQ, Adelaide (All Ages)

Saturday, September 23rd | Capitol, Perth

Brisbanites should prepare themselves for a huge September, with not only Brisbane Festival bringing out the best bands in town, but the Beer InCider Experience combining all things great by showcasing independent beer, cider, wine, and music. On the line up are Ball Park Music, City Calm Down, and Cub Sport to name a few, joining the over 300 independent breweries bringing their best sips straight to you. C’mon guys, even I know that this is a bloody steal.

Friday, September 22nd – Saturday, September 23rd | Brisbane RNA Showgrounds