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Get excited for some huge tours coming up over the next few months.


Portland indie icons The Shins are back for Fairgrounds Festival and Fidelity Festival and are making a few sideshow stops along the way, with Angie McMahon in tow. With their fifth studio album released earlier this year, The Shins haven’t stopped reinventing the bouncy, layered pop-hued indie rock they’ve carved out their reputation on. 

2 Dec | Fidelity Festival, Perth

4 Dec | Palais Theatre, Melbourne

5 Dec | QPAC Concert Hall, Brisbane

8 Dec | Enmore Theatre, Sydney

9 Dec | Fairgrounds Festival, NSW


Scandinavian disco lord Todd Terje is coming to Australia and for the first time, bringing his live band, The Olsens, with him. The tour follows the release of his latest single ‘Maskindans’, the first to be taken from his long awaited second album out on Olsen Records in 2018. ‘Maskindans’ is a body moving cover of a Norse Synth spectacular from the dystopian dance floors of ’82 and the live rendition, supported by Roland Tings, promises to be incredible. 

7 Dec | The Metro Theatre, Sydney

9 Dec | Meredith Music Festival, Victoria

10 Dec | Forum Theatre, Melbourne


Having just wrapped up a North American and European tour, iconic brother-sister team Angus and Julia Stone are returning to Australian shores in 2018 to finish off the Snow tour. With three dates across Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne, the duo are bringing their latest record, along with old favourites, back to the stage. If you missed out on catching their sold-out Australian tour in September, now is the chance to see these guys in their final shows for the record.

28 April | Eatons Hill Hotel, Brisbane

12 May | Hordern Pavilion, Sydney

19 May | Festival Hall, Melbourne


Indie giants Grizzly Bear have announced a few headline shows along with an appearance at Golden Plains Festival and A Festival Called Panama. The Brooklyn quartet are playing in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, and Adelaide in March in support of their latest album, Painted Ruins. Playing at the Sydney Opera House, Melbourne Zoo, the Performing Arts Theatre, and Riverbank Palais, these shows are guaranteed to be magical.

6 March | Riverband Palais, Adelaide

7 March | Riverband Palais, Adelaide

9 March | Melbourne Zoo, Melbourne

10 March | A festival Called Panama, Coldconda

11 March | Golden Plains, Meredith

12 March | Sydney Opera House, Sydney

14 March | QPAC, Brisbane


WA favourites, San Cisco have announced an Australia tour in support of their latest single, The Distance. The four-piece have added a couple of headline shows in Brisbane and Wollongong in addition to a bunch of festival sets they’ll be at to wrap up 2017. 

Thur 23 Nov | The Triffid, Brisbane

Sat 25 Nov | Spiltmilk, Canberra

Fri 1 Dec | Waves, Towradgi

Sat 2 Dec | Vanfest, Forbes

Fri 29 Dec | Lost Paradise, Glenworth Valley

Sat 30 Dec | Beyond The Valley, Lardner 

Sun 31 Dec | Tabtouch Perth Cup, Belmont

Michelle He

Live music enthusiast. Always at gigs with my camera.