the AU Weekend Gig Guide: October 30th – November 1st.

Chet Faker – Melbourne & Brisbane

Chet returns to Australia for some of his biggest shows yet, hitting Melbourne and Brisbane this weekend! Having spent much of 2015 abroad, the ARIA winner has been busy collaboratin’, producin’ and accruing a legion of fans on social media who are…loyal, to say the least. Chet’s Australian shows will see him rolling out material from the acclaimed Built on Glass for the final time in it’s album cycle, so no doubt these ones are going to be special. Head to Frontier Touring for more information.

Show Details: October 30th at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl & October 31st at the Riverstage.


At the Gates – Melbourne

Swedish death metal act At the Gates come through to the Corner Hotel on Friday night as part of their national Australian tour. With their seminal 1995 record Slaughter of the Soul still hitting all the right notes with fans, the band has a swag of their classic material in their current live show, while their latest album At War With Reality, has shown just how relevant they’ve remained within the genre. Head to Metropolis Touring for more information!

Show Details: October 30th at the Corner Hotel.


Tuka – Sydney

Tuka’s album tour comes through to the OAF in Darlinghurst this Friday night for a hometown show not to be missed! The Life.Death.Time.Eternal album has stood out as one of our favourite hip hop releases of this year and the MC has just kept going from strength to strength as a live performer through 2015. With Left. also providing killer support sets nationally, this Sydney show is gonna be epic. Head to Moshtix to snap up your tickets!

Show Details: October 30th at the Oxford Art Factory.


The Paper Kites – Brisbane

The Paper Kites bring new album twelvefour to the Woolly Mammoth this weekend, continuing the run of shows that have been earning the Melbourne band rave reviews. Continuously refining their live shows and drawing in more and more fans of all different ages, The Paper Kites are fast becoming one of the most endearing and entertaining young Australian bands on the local circuit. Don’t miss out and head to Moshtix for your tickets!
Show Details: October 31st at the Woolly Mammoth.


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