GIG ALERT: Amy Shark

HOMEGROWN multi ARIA award winning, Australian singer-songwriter Amy Shark is back, bigger and better than ever with her upcoming headlining tour set to be one of the first post COVID-19 arena tours! The “Cry Forever“ tour due to kick off on Friday June 11 at Newcastle’s Entertainment Centre marks a momentous occasion in both the return of live music, touring and as Amy’s most ambitious live … Continue reading GIG ALERT: Amy Shark

Elton John lets rip at security in Perth

Look, it’s fair to say we don’t know the whole story here but Elton John for PM, please and thank you. The English legend halted his second Australian farewell concert in Perth last night – one of the final of around 300 in the Farewell Yellow Brick Road worldwide tour – to give security an absolute mouthful when he saw a couple of guards apparently … Continue reading Elton John lets rip at security in Perth

Fall Out Boy Announce Aussie Tour

In the worst-kept secret this year, American rockers Fall Out Boy are heading Down Under for four mammoth all-ages shows early next year. Rumours have been circulating since earlier this month, when Ticketmaster allegedly leaked their Brisbane Riverstage date: Yesterday, the band posted the following on Twitter: Australia + New Zealand…you might want to check back here tomorrow 😉 pic.twitter.com/zHnFBZoI6g — Fall Out Boy (@falloutboy) … Continue reading Fall Out Boy Announce Aussie Tour

Stage Dive Don’ts With Frenzal Rhomb

Frenzal Rhomb drummer Gordy Forman showed how not to stage dive at Perth’s Amplifier Bar at the weekend. In a twist of irony, the poor dude was trying to show a fan how to do a proper stage dive when the accident happened. “Pretty sure if you wanna stage dive it’s simple,” he said in a video of the incident. “Here’s a one-two-three-dive. “Stand up here,” … Continue reading Stage Dive Don’ts With Frenzal Rhomb

Soundwoes For Two Major Cities

At a time when many festivals seem to be struggling, the hugely popular Soundwave festival has had two huge blows this week. First, Public Transport Victoria announced there would be no public transport available to or from the venue this year, including trains, trams and buses, “due to other citywide commitments.” This has led to panicked punters trying to sell their tickets online, although festival … Continue reading Soundwoes For Two Major Cities