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Six unmissable gigs this July and August

Despite the winter chill, we are looking ahead to July and August to warm up with an incredible lineup of live music. This year has already delivered some unforgettable acts, but it seems the best is yet to come. Australian and New Zealand are about to get a fantastic delivery of shows for you to…

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Photo Gallery: ACL 2022 Day One Weekend Two ft. SZA, Phoenix, Arlo Parks, Genesis Owusu and more!

Waytao Shing brings us these photos from the first day of Austin City Limits Festival‘s second weekend. Check out shots of Arlo Parks, Blondeshell, Boy George, Early James, Gensis Owusu, Jazimine Sullivan, Omar Apollo, Phoenix, SZA, Twen, VACATIONS and Wet Leg. And read the full round up of the day’s action HERE.

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Photo Gallery: Laneway Festival ft Charlie XCX and The 1975 – Hart’s Mill, Adelaide (07.02.20)

The weather was warm and overcast in Adelaide which made for perfect conditions at Laneway Festival.   This year there were four stages playing a good variety of genres. There were so many highlights, from Hatchie, Kučka, and local favourites, Stabbitha and the Knifey Wifeys early in the day. Hockey Dad and DMA’s rocked, Ruel was…

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Festival Review: Laneway Festival – Hart’s Mill, Adelaide (07.02.20)

It was a warm and overcast day on Friday in Adelaide, which made for perfect conditions for Laneway Festival. Since humble beginnings in the laneways of the Adelaide University grounds, Laneway Festival has grown in harmony with the improvements around Hart’s Mill on the Port River. This year there were four stages playing a good…

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Review: Laneway Turned Into Rain-way But That Couldn’t Dampen Sydney’s Spirits (02.02.20)

Sydney’s St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival had surprises in store even before the day had begun. With The 1975 being a late cancellation to the previous night’s festival in Brisbane, Sydneysiders were stricken with worry that their the headliner wouldn’t be fit to perform. But as the city got festival-ready in the morning, the UK act…

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