Something for Kate added to Spectrum Now Festival in Sydney

For one night only, Something for Kate are bringing you an exclusive “Greatest Hits” show at the Spectrum Now Festival at the Domain on Saturday, March 12.

Made up by Paul Dempsey, Stephanie Ashworth, and Clint Hyndman, Something for Kate has been around for twenty years, and is one of Australia’s most respected and successful bands. They have released six top ten albums, a double album of B-sides, a Best-of album, a DVD, a live album, a video collection, three EPs, and 24 singles, including the 2001 hit, “Monsters”.

They’ve toured extensively all over Australia, and internationally, with stars such as David Bowie and Powderfinger, sold over half a million records, and have accumulated 16 ARIA Award nominations.

Spectrum Now Festival opens at 5pm, doors at 7pm. You can get your ticket to the festival here.


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