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Zoo Twilights

Zoo Twilights at Melbourne Zoo

Friday 26th January - Saturday 10th March @ Melbourne Zoo

Zoo Twilights is back this summer and Melbourne Zoo has invited some of the best local and international musicians to play live under the stars in a setting like no other, including Cut Copy, Sunnyboys, Hiatus Kaiyote, Harvey Sutherland, Neil & Liam Finn, Grizzly Bear and more!

All proceeds help Zoos Victoria save the Eastern Barred Bandicoot from extinction. Zoos Victoria is a RRR Sponsor.

Tickets on sale now at www.zootwilights.org.au


The Children MTC

MTC - The Children

Saturday 3rd February - Saturday 10th March @ Southbank Theatre, The Sumner

In an idyllic cottage on the British coast, two retired nuclear scientists are enjoying the quiet life. Outside, the world is in chaos after a devastating Fukashima-like disaster. Then one day, an old friend arrives with a frightening proposition. The fallout will be cataclysmic.

Award-winning playwright Lucy Kirkwood’s brilliant new play The Children asks big questions about the responsibility that each generation faces in leaving a better world for the next, with Pamela Rabe (Wentworth), Sarah Peirse (Switzerland) and William Zappa (Rock ‘n’ Roll) balancing the stark realities of our times with intrigue and humour. This Australian premiere is directed by MTC Associate Director Sarah Goodes.

For tickets and info head to the MTC website.




FLyying Colours

Summer Courtyard: B-Sides

Friday 23rd February @ Immigration Museum, 400 Flinders St, Melbourne

The Immigration Museum Summer Courtyard: A-sides and B-sides, is a two-part Friday night session dedicated to all things Brit. B-Sides, features performances from Flyying Colours plus Triple Rs DJ Steve Wide and DJ Vince Peach.

More details and tickets available from museumsvictoria.com.au/immigrationmuseum/



Neil & Liam Finn at Zoo Twilights

Sunday 25th February @ Melbourne Zoo

After selling out an impressive two shows already, Melbourne Zoo are beyond thrilled to welcome Neil Finn and his son Liam Finn for a THIRD and final performance at Zoo Twilights, with support from Donny Benét.

All proceeds help RRR Sponsor Zoos Victoria save the Eastern Barred Bandicoot from extinction.

Tickets on sale now at www.zootwilights.org.au


BBQ Day 2016

3RRR BBQ Day 2018

Sunday 25th February @ CERES Environment Park, Brunswick East

We unfortunately had to cancel the event last December due to the wild weather... but good news is Triple R's annual BBQ Day will return to CERES from midday till 4pm - rescheduled to the new date of Sunday February 25th!

With a live broadcast featuring the tantalising flavours Eat It, the Greening The Apocalypse crew sizzling from 1pm, then the JVG Radio Method bringing it on home with the all-star Melbourne Barbeque Orchestra.

The barbeque will offer catering for carnivores and vegos!

Plus Triple R on the bar.  Free entry. Gates open 11.30am

Come down and join in the festivities, or tune in from midday til 4pm! 


Mountain Goat


Triple R BBQ Day is proudly sponsored by Mountain Goat Beer




Hiatus Kaiyote and Harvey Sutherland at Zoo Twilights

Friday 2nd March @ Melbourne Zoo

Purveyors of future soul Hiatus Kaiyote are bringing their unique, kaleidoscopic sounds to the lush surrounds of Melbourne Zoo. Joining them is disco minimalist Harvey Sutherland and his live trio Bermuda. Supported by DJ Chris Gill (Northside Records/RRR).

All proceeds help Zoos Victoria save the Eastern Barred Bandicoot from extinction.

Tickets on sale now at www.zootwilights.org.au


Songs of 3056

Brunswick Music Festival

Sunday 4th March - Sunday 18th March @ Various Venues

The Brunswick Music Festival is celebrating 30 years, with a two week program running from March 4 to 18.

The program includes free and family-friendly opening and closing celebrations, Sydney Road Street Party, Music For The People and High Tide, the festival’s first ever pool party. This year the festival features two special commissions; Songs of 3056 – Brunswick Music Festival’s 30 year retrospective, and Wild, Fearless and Free, the festival’s International Women’s Day concert.

Local supports for all international headline shows and a professional development program of talks, workshops and panels now also announced.

Details, tickets and gift vouchers available from brunswickmusicfestival.com.au



Witnessing Climate Change

Tuesday 6th March @ Athenaeum Theatre, Melbourne

Witnessing Climate Change is part of The Wheeler Centre and WOMADelaide’s Planet Talks program.

Climate change is too often discussed in the abstract – in terms of graphs, statistics and future projections. Hear from people who are already seeing, and living, the impact. They’ll share their stories, visions and ideas for the future.

What does climate change look like today, across the globe? How is it affecting the daily lives of people, plants and animals? What are the obstacles – in political systems and in language – that hinder change and can we overcome them?

Words and performances from Marshall Islands spoken word artist Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner, activist Ursula Rakova from Papua New Guinea, New York Times science writer Jim Robbins and author and environmentalist Tony Birch. 

Thursday March 6 at the Athenaeum Theatre

Bookings via The Wheeler Centre.


Tank & The Bangers

Tank and the Bangas

Wednesday 7th March - Thursday 8th March @ Howler, Brunswick

Celebrated New Orleans collective are clearly one of the most happening acts in the world right now. Today they add a second Melbourne show to their first ever Australian tour to satisfy overwhelming demand.

Wednesday 7th March – SOLD OUT
With Special Guest Kaiit

Thursday 8th March – ON SALE NOW from www.moshtix.com.au



Mogwai

Mogwai

Thursday 8th March @ Forum Theatre, Melbourne

Seminal Glaswegian rock heavyweights Mogwai announce their return to Australia, playing a Melbourne headline show in March.

The band’s latest release Every Country’s Sun takes two decades of Mogwai's signature, contrasting sounds – towering intensity, pastoral introspection, synth-rock minimalism, DNA-detonating volume – and distills it, beautifully, into 56 concise minutes of gracious elegance, hymnal trance-rock and transcendental euphoria.

Tickets now on sale from www.ticketmaster.com.au

Also playing at Golden Plains.



King Krule

King Krule

Thursday 8th March @ The Croxton, Thornbury


Sold Out


Bedouine

Bedouine

Thursday 8th March @ Northcote Social Club, Northcote

Syrian-born, Los Angeles-based Azniv Korkejian, more widely known as BEDOUINE, will play her first ever Australian dates in March 2018.

Born in Aleppo to Armenian parents, Bedouine spent her childhood in Saudi Arabia, moving to America when she was eight years old. As a result, the sublime singer-songwriter creates music that has a nomadic heart, music that is sweeping and hypnotic, esoteric yet familiar. It’s sixties folk meets seventies country-funk with a glimmer of bossa nova cool.

Tickets on sale now from www.northcotesocialclub.com



Grizzly Bear at Zoo Twilights

Friday 9th March @ Melbourne Zoo

Brooklyn’s lauded foursome Grizzly Bear are making their highly anticipated return to Australia with an open-air concert at Zoo Twilights.

All proceeds help Zoos Victoria save the Eastern Barred Bandicoot from extinction.

Tickets on sale now at www.zootwilights.org.au



Golden Plains 2018

Golden Plains 2018

Saturday 10th March - Monday 12th March @ Meredith Amphitheatre

Golden Plains XII happens over two days and two nights in glorious Autumn in the greatest of outdoors at the Meredith Supernatural Amphitheatre. The Sun arrives eight minutes and twenty seconds after it left and lands like honey on the trees. Afternoon goes on all day and The Big Bang happens twice.

GPXII will be the same shape, same size, and still proudly and genuinely BYO – not just in the campgrounds but the Amphitheatre – with no commercial sponsors, the one and only stage, the renowned No Dickhead Policy, and best-practice services and facilities.

The Avalanches. Kamasi Washington. Waterfall Person. King Krule. The Preatures. Grizzly Bear. The Black Angels. Floating Points (solo live). Jen Cloher. Wet Lips. Lee Fields & The Expressions. Objekt. Tropical Fuck Storm. Adrian Sherwood. Perfume Genius. Batpiss. Kaiit. Rocket Science. Baker Boy. Thundercat. Toni Yotzi. A few more to come...

March 10, 11, 12
Meredith Supernatural Amphitheatre

For details, see 2018.goldenplains.com.au

SOLD OUT



Black Angels

The Black Angels

Monday 12th March - Tuesday 13th March @ Corner Hotel, Richmond

While The Black Angels' studio discography earned rapturous attention, their live show elevated the music to new and ecstatic heights. On stage, The New York Times said, they 'play psychedelic rock as if the 1960s never ended, and they are absolute masters of it.'

The Black Angels play a Golden Plains sideshow with special guests: Flyying Colours

Last tickets just released for first show on March 12. Second show now on sale from www.handsometours.com



BigBoi Inst

Big Boi

Tuesday 13th March @ 170 Russell, Melbourne

Seven-time Grammy Award-winning artist, rapper, producer, songwriter and one half of Outkast, Big Boi will bring his illustrious and internationally renowned catalogue to Melbourne fans for a headline show.

One of history's greatest rhyme mavericks, his indelible influence remains unwavering across two generations of rap music. The musician released his third full-length solo album Boomiverse earlier this year.

Tickets now on sale from www.handsometours.com



Jens Lekman

Jens Lekman

Friday 16th March @ The Night Cat, Fitzroy

Swedish singer-songwriter JENS LEKMAN will return to Australia in March 2018, for an exciting run of shows, closing with a full band show "in the round" at The Night Cat.

His fourth album Life Will See You Now was released in 2017 through Secretly Canadian/Inertia.

Tickets on sale now from www.thenightcat.com.au

*Also Playing at Zoo Twilights with Grizzly Bear on Friday 9th March


Aireys Inlet Open Mic Music Festival

Friday 16th March - Sunday 18th March @ Aireys Inlet, VIC

Now in its 11th year, the Aireys Inlet Open Mic Festival presents over 140 performances, covering many genres of music from full rock bands to solo acoustic acts.

The festival takes place over three days and across nine stages at Aireys Inlet, on the Great Ocean Road, and entry is free.

Each year a Special Mystery Guest closes the festival. Colin Hay, Dan Sultan, Tim Rogers, Mark Seymour, The Hoodoo Gurus, Rockwiz Orkestra with Ella Hooper, Vika + Linda Bull, and Tash Sultana have all been past SMGs.

Running from the afternoon on Friday 16 March until 6:30pm on Sunday 18 March.

More information at aireysinlet.com.au




You Am I - The Majesty of Tap

Thursday 22nd March - Friday 23rd March @ various

You Am I announce a special tour - embarking on a tour playing the music of Spinal Tap.

Over two nights, they'll be sharing their Spinal Tap moments with the nation.

From the band: "One out of every four and a half interviews has included the question ‘Have you ever had a Spinal Tap moment?’. Well sweet lord, any band worth their talc has, and we, whether on talc or not, have had more ‘Tap moments’ than liquid dinners! "


Thursday 22 March - Sooki Lounge, Belgrave  - tickets HERE
Friday 23 March  - The Corner Hotel, Richmond - tickets HERE


ON SALE NOW!


The Hills Are Alive No. 10

Friday 23rd March - Sunday 25th March @ The Farm, near Wonthaggi

Grassroots Victorian music festival mainstay THE HILLS ARE ALIVE returns in 2018, for its 10th anniversary edition!

Curated by music lovers, for music lovers, the past ten years have earned The Hills Are Alive a reputation for its ahead-of-the-curve line-ups and for discovering, promoting and creating a platform for Australian bands early on in their career.

This year, The Hills Are Alive are inviting past favourites and new favourites to The Farm:

ALEX THE ASTRONAUT, ALI BARTER, ALICE IVY, BATTS, THE BENNIES, BOAT SHOW, BOO SEEKA, COOL OUT SUN, DEAR SEATTLE, DORSAL FINS, DJ SAFETY, FOSSIL FUEL, HALCYON DRIVE, HEAPS GOOD FRIENDS, HORNS OF LEROY, JACKSON FIREBIRD (REUNION SHOW), JAKUBI, JAMATAR, JOSH CASHMAN, KIM CHURCHILL, LUCA BRASI, MANCHOIR, MIKE WATERS, PLAYWRITE (REUNION SHOW), REAL SLINGER, REMI (WITH FULL LIVE BAND), SASKWATCH, THANDI PHOENIX, THEME TEAM, THESE NEW SOUTH WHALES, TIMBERWOLF, ZOE FOX AND THEROCKET CLOCKS, ZIGGY RAMO and comedy acts to be announced!

The Hills Are Alive 10th Anniversary Edition - 2018
Tickets and festival details at thehillsarealive.com.au



Benjamin Booker

Saturday 31st March @ Corner Hotel, Richmond

Based in New Orleans, Benjamin Booker draws his influence from post-war electric blues, and garage punk.


In 2017 he released Witness, an album that he created in response to the racial tensions facing America in 2017. Booker creates powerful music, that is as exhilarating and well-crafted as it is significant. 

With guests Baby Blue + Jade Imagine

Tickets on sale NOW from Eventbrite.




First Aid Kit

First Aid Kit

Thursday 5th April - Saturday 7th April @ Various Venues

First Aid Kit returns to Australia for the first time since 2015, anticipating their forthcoming fourth studio album, due for release in 2018.  ‘It’s A Shame’ is the lead single, exploring “the emptiness and desperation you feel after a relationship has come to an end.”

Their April 2018 concerts will provide Australian fans with the first opportunity to experience the band’s brand new music live, in intimate settings.

With special guest Stella Donnelly.

First show (Croxton Bandroom) SOLD OUT!
Second show (Croxton Bandroom) SOLD OUT!
Third show (Melbourne Recital Centre) SOLD OUT!



Music Cities Convention

Music Cities Convention

Thursday 19th April - Friday 20th April @ Arts Centre Melbourne, Melbourne

Music Cities Convention explores the relationship between city planning, strategy, development and the music industry.

From the development of venues and community spaces, to education, employment, event management, licensing and demographics, music industries have an impact on city planning in many ways, including strategy, regulation and legislation.

The conference brings together leaders from governments, cities and regions, academics, organisations and the music scene to discuss, debate and introduce new thinking, and showcase best practices.

Tickets and more details from musiccitiesconvention.com




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