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Dami Im: Dreamer Tour

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When: Thursday 24th October
Where: Metro Theatre

The HIT Network Presents Australia’s most revered pop artist of the new millennium, Dami Im is set to take her all new national tour on the road in 2019. Bringing her exciting band along, concertgoers can expect to see something special in Dami’s live show; an array of established hits such as Gladiator, Alive, Smile, songs from the # ARIA Album CLASSIC CARPENTERS and fan favourites from X Factor, power ballad and international Eurovision smash, “Sound of Silence” and a mix of new material including ‘Dreamer’.

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Metro Theatre.

Client Liaison

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When: Saturday 26th October
Where: Enmore Theatre

Client Liaison break new ground and begin their new era with the electrifying single The Real Thing. Funk riffs that won’t quit, smiling synths and a triumphant chorus make this the Melbourne duo's most pop-skewed track to date. "We always thought this will be the encore of our live show, with everyone clapping their hands in the air," frontman Monte Morgan says of The Real Thing’s genesis. "It was so positive. To have positivity and danceability in a song and not be cheesy is really difficult. That's the trick. It's more pop than we've ever been. I mean, we started in the underground, doing everything ourselves, but as you progress you want to hit a wider appeal." Morgan and bandmate Harvey Miller have spent the three years since the release of their debut album Diplomatic Immunity spreading the word of Client Liaison here and abroad. The album reached No.15 at the ARIA chart and saw the pair take their acclaimed live show everywhere from The Falls to Groovin' the Moo to Splendour in the Grass with special guest Tina Arena, as well as sold out headline shows. Last August they ambitiously launched their own touring initiative - Expo Liaison - touring Australia in their own tent on a bill they curated that included Luke Million, Alice Ivy, No ZU, Total Giovanni and one John Farnham. They also designed and launched their own fashion brand, Client Liaison Deluxe Line at Sydney Fashion Week with pop-up events across the country. But right now, it's all about the music.

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Enmore Theatre.

Fiddler On The Roof

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When: Friday 18th October - Sunday 27th October
Where:
The Concourse, Chatswood

After some 40 years, Fiddler On the Roof IS back in Chatswood with a full score, scenery and costumes to delight every age group. Fiddler has delighted audiences all around the world ever since Topol made his debut on Broadway and film 50 years ago. With songs like If I Were a Rich Man, Tradition and Matchmaker – this musical is a sure fire winner.

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Donny Benet

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When: Saturday 2nd November
Where: Enmore Theatre

Donny Benét. Don’s back. 5 European tours. Sell outs. International fan clubs. Television appearances. The past 12 months Don has been touring worldwide spreading the touch, breaking hearts and gaining new territories. This summer saw the European premiere of the Donny Benét Showband and they’re ready once again to work for you in the mother country. Join the Don for a celebration of life, love and triumph in the capital city of your choice. It’ll be a nice way to finish up the year before a new hot serving of Don in 2020. XXX

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Article by Metro Theatre.

The Dandy Warhols: 25th Anniversary Shows

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When: Wednesday 6th November
Where: Enmore Theatre

Get Ready For A Massive Concussion of Rock and Roll with The Dandy Warhols as they’ve just announced they’ll be heading to Australia to perform a special run of shows to celebrate their 25th Year Anniversary. Born amidst the twilight years of the 90s grunge scene, The Dandy Warhols arose, and quickly stood a world apart from their contemporaries with their sonic concoction of psychedelia, garage rock and shoegaze - and an aptitude to never shy away from experimentation or getting a little weird. The band’s unfiltered creative streak earnt them a slew of hit singles like ‘Not if You Were The Last Junkie on Earth’, ‘Bohemian Like You’ and ‘We Used To Be Friends,’, alongside internationally renowned live performances and a duet with David Bowie. Earlier this year, the band returned in singularly freewheeling fashion, bubbling with off-kilter alt-pop sensibilities on their tenth album “Why You So Crazy”. A sound that’s been a quarter of a century in the making, their stylistic diversity is palpable with notes of psych-pop, high country-fried Americana, and gothic piano-propelled rumbas.These 25th Anniversary shows are going to be a defiant celebration of everything that’s brilliant about The Dandy Warhols! Grab your tickets early before these special shows sell out. “one of rock's wildest outfits.” – The Guardian.

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Article by Enmore Theatre.

CuiJian

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When: Friday 8th November
Where:
Hordern Pavilion

CuiJian,a seminal figure in Chinese music, is hailed as the godfather of Chinese Rock. Rock embodied the changing ideologies and subconscious desires of a newly-opened China in the1980s. CuiJian grasped this revolutionary new sound and used it to inspire the youth of a generation. Since then, his influence has only continued to grow. CuiJian’s unique brand of rock and cultural impact has dominated the last 30 years of music in China.

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Eskimo Joe

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When: Saturday 9th November
Where: EVAN Theatre, Panthers

Eskimo Joe are happy to announce that due to great demand, they are fuelling up the tour bus and heading your way to perform six headline shows throughout NSW and Victoria this October and November, alongside their national tour in support of the legendary Jimmy Barnes.

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Chase Atlantic

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When: Sunday 10th November
Where: Factory Theatre

From humble beginnings in their hometown, Cairns to worldwide acclaim and ferocious sets on some of the planet's biggest stages, alt-pop trio Chase Atlantic return to Australia in November for a string of headline shows in support of their second album, Phases. The DON'T TRY THIS EP found Chase Atlantic operating at the height of their powers, with six songs that showcased the wide-ranging breadth of their abilities to reveal a darker side of their existence. The EP highlights the band's sonic eclecticism, knack for hooks, and cool, confident delivery. They took a similar approach to their new LP, Phases, fuelled by their obsession with creation, song writing, and beat-making and refusing to conform to any one sound as their spotlight only continues to grow. 2019 looks to be their biggest year yet for Chase Atlantic.

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Article by Factory Theatre.

Carly Rae Jepsen: The Dedicated Tour

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When: Tuesday 26th November
Where: Enmore Theatre

Queen of pop Carly Rae Jepsen is set to perform in Sydney for the very first time this November. From open letters to online petitions and countless heartfelt pleas on social media, Australia has long cried out for a visit from the Canadian songstress. The time has finally arrived for her to take on some of Australia’s most iconic stages. Carly is best known for her worldwide, Grammy-nominated hit “Call Me Maybe” in 2012, which climbed to No.1 on the iTunes Singles charts in over 47 countries, sold over 20 million singles globally and has been certified Diamond RIAA. Her rise to fame has seen her become an international phenomenon, releasing critically acclaimed albums, including E·MO·TION and her latest, Dedicated. Since her breakthrough onto the music scene, Carly has received multiple accolades, including a Billboard Music Award in addition to various nominations for Grammy Awards, MTV Video Music Awards and People's Choice Awards, to name a few.

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Article by Enmore Theatre.

Deacon Blue: 30 Years & Counting

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When: Friday 22nd November & Wednesday 27th November
Where: Factory Theatre

Deacon Blue return to Australia for the first time in 30 years, fittingly to celebrate their 30th Anniversary, a tour which started in 2018 and has seen them play their biggest ever headline show in Glasgow to over 12,000 people. Deacon Blue are one of Scotland’s most famous and successful bands, from their million selling debut album ‘Raintown’ (with classic singles ‘Dignity’ & ‘Chocolate Girl’), and follow up, the chart topping ‘When The World Knows Your Name’ (featuring ‘Real Gone Kid’, ‘Queen of the New Year’ and ‘Fergus Sings the Blues’), through to 2016’s ‘Believers’, their highest charting album in 22 years, Deacon Blue are consistently one of the most respected and best loved bands of their generation.

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Strangelove: The Depeche Mode Experience

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When: Saturday 30th November
Where: Factory Theatre

Direct from the USA, STRANGELOVE - The Depeche Mode Experience tour Australia for the First Time Ever! Performing Depeche Mode's ground breaking Violator album in Full (Personal Jesus, Enjoy The Silence, Policy of Truth, World in My Eyes, Halo). Along with Depeche Mode Classics Just Can't Get Enough, Never Let Me Down Again, Precious, People Are People & more! STRANGELOVE lovingly recreate the sound, image and atmosphere of Depeche Mode. No detail is overlooked. Accuracy and authenticity is a hallmark of the project, with the band employing many authentic vintage synthesizers and samplers to recreate the unique sounds of the Depeche Mode songbook. "They do it to such fine detail that it's scary. I think they are fulfilling a fan's needs by being there when we are not on tour" - Martin Gore

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Article by Factory Theatre.

Cate Le Bon

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When: Wednesday 11th December
Where:
Factory Theatre

Mistletone proudly presents the great Cate Le Bon and her band, with special guests to be announced. Gloriously surreal and unapologetically strange, Welsh avant-pop legend Cate Le Bon has been making her brilliant experimental weirdo art-pop for over a decade now. She recorded her latest, Mercury Prize-shortlisted masterpiece Reward with frequent collaborators, drummer Stella Mozgawa (Warpaint), guitarists Huw Evans and Josh Klinghoffer (Red Hot Chili Peppers), saxophonist Stephen Black (Sweet Baboo), and Kurt Vile. “Surrealist, tactile, against the grain. Welsh polymath Cate Le Bon keeps a steady, curious hand. A ringleader who’s prepared to stake out uncertain territory, she walks the tightrope between krautrock aloofness and heartbreaking tenderness; deadpan served with a twinkle in the eye” – AUNTY MEREDITH. “On her fifth album, the Welsh musician is at her best. The more elaborate and eccentric her music becomes, the more she sounds like herself.” – PITCHFORK.

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Dead Prez

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When: Wednesday 11th December
Where: Metro
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One of the most respected outfits in hip hop, Dead Prez are bringing their signature sound to Sydney for the 20th anniversary of their much loved debut album Let's Get Free. Following in the footsteps of Public Enemy, KRS-One and 2pac, they utilise brilliant, banging tunes to address the impact of unthinking consumerism, rampant sexism and homophobia in hip hop. Their signature tune, ‘Hip Hop’, is an incredible example of their fiercely intelligent art — the perfect answer to all that crass, commercial crap about cars, chains and clubs. Taking inspiration from the life and social activism of Malcolm X, the duo have released two proper albums, two underground mix-tapes and two solo albums of street level political hip-hop that is heavily aligned with challenging the status quo. Joining them at The Metro Theatre this December is the unmatchable Genesis Owusu and up-and-coming hop hip prodigy Lil Spacely.

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Article by Metro Theatre.

Digable Planets

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When: Thursday 12th December
Where:
Factory Theatre

With Special Guests: Milan Ring, The Regime & Setwun (DJ)

Digable Planets, the seminal alternative hip-hop trio comprised of Mary Ann ‘Ladybug Mecca’ Vieira, Craig ‘Doodlebug’ Irving and Ishmael ‘Butterfly’ Butler have finally reunited and performing for the first time EVER in Australia and New Zealand backed by a full rhythm section! The group’s debut album “Reachin’ (A New Refutation of Time and Space)” was released in 1993 under Pendulum Record, with lead single ‘Rebirth of Slick (Cool Like Dat)’ becoming a crossover Top 20 billboard hit, earning gold certification by the RIAA and winning a Grammy for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group. Following on the success of their first record, “Blowout Comb” was released in 1994 becoming another instant classic. Digable Planet’s fusion of Jazz and Hip Hop broadened Hip Hop’s reach and expanded its connection to music history, African American culture and the sounds of the streets. Both LPs are proven Hip Hop classics thriving on listeners’ ability to relate, think, feel and be inspired. A very rare occasion to witness the full band in action on our shores, this concert is not to miss for the old heads, the new heads and all that share a love for Hip Hop and Jazz.

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Factory Theatre.

Christmas at the Coliseum

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When: Thursday 12th December & Friday 13th December
Where:
Sydney Coliseum Theatre, West HQ

David Campbell and the magnificent Sydney Symphony Orchestra are taking to Sydney's newest stage, Sydney Coliseum Theatre, West HQ on December 12 + 13 just in time for the festival season! Inspired by David's cherished memories and love for Christmas, this spectacular, fun-filled event is an exclusive collaboration between the award winning swing king, David Campbell and Australia's premier symphony orchestra and will include a showcase of songs from David's album 'Baby It's Christmas', including the titular track, 'Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree' and 'When My Heart Finds Christmas'. Other festive favourites including 'Silent Night', 'Sleigh Bells' and 'Santa Claus is Coming to Town' will also appear. The concerts will feature new orchestral arrangements specially curated for the performance by Australia's premier orchestra. Don't miss your chance to be at Christmas at the Coliseum with David Campbell and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and the very first performances at the new Sydney Coliseum Theatre, West HQ!

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Dragon

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When: Friday 13th December & Friday 20th December
Where:
The Bridge Hotel & EVAN Theatre, Panthers

The legendary Dragon is coming to you in 2019, back by popular demand. Bringing a special two-hour concert packed with all your favourite hits and Dragon classics plus some of the #1 hits you have loved from their Countdown tours. You will hear all the songs you know and love from each generation of Dragon's pop magic; The Young Years of April, Sun in Cuba and Are You Old Enough; the chaos of 5 crazy guys from The Land of The Long White Cloud crashing the music scene in Australia in the mid-seventies; The Glory Years of Rain, and Speak No Evil, when Todd and Marc, older and only slightly wiser reformed the band on the back of a new sound; and The Phoenix years of bringing all the hits back to life for old and new generations of music fans. Older and MUCH wiser but more entertaining than ever. Dragon will get you up and singing like only the most iconic can, Don't miss out on this extraordinary music event. Only the best, simply the best - The Best of . . . . DRAGON. Two special hours of unforgettable music brought to you by Dragon, the living legends that love to keep these songs alive.

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Freddie Gibbs

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When: Saturday 4th January
Where:
Metro Theatre

Astral People and Handsome Tours are proud to announce the return of Indiana-based rapper Freddie Gibbs, in support of his latest critically acclaimed album Bandana. Released this past June, Gibbs second full-length album with long-time producer / collaborator Madlib was met with widespread acclaim, with Pitchfork scoring it an 8.1/10, saying “as mouth-watering a combo as licorice and pickle juice”, while Stereogum called it “everything we could’ve hoped [for]”. Bandana features legendary hip hop contemporaries Killer Mike, Pusha-T and Yasin Bey aka Mos Def, as it sees Gibbs further cement his legacy through his prolific output, which includes two full length releases, Fetti and Freddie in the last fourteen months. Growing up on the east side of Indiana, Gibbs saw his fair share of drug-dealing and violence, forming the centrepiece of his introspective commentary and laid-back delivery.

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Elton John: Farewell Yellow Brick Road

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When: Saturday 21st December - Monday 23rd December & Tuesday 7th January - Tuesday 14th January
Where: ICC Sydney & Qudos Bank Arena

‘…emotional farewell concert to fans. Each song felt so important. Each moment seemed so significant. And the crowd hung on every word...’ ~ The Mercury News, USA ~

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David Sedaris

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When: Tuesday 14th January & Wednesday 15th January
Where: Enmore Theatre & The Concourse, Chatswood

Following the success of his best-selling book Calypso, critically acclaimed author and humourist David Sedaris will visit Sydney for an evening filled with storytelling, observations, unpublished tales, audience Q&As and book signings. Calypso, which sees Sedaris at his darkly hilarious best, is a The New York Times best seller and a The Washington Post Best Book of the Year. A regular contributor to The New Yorker, over the course of his career Sedaris has penned many collections of personal essays including Naked, Me Talk Pretty One Day, Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim, When You Are Engulfed in Flames, Let's Explore Diabetes with Owls and Theft By Finding: Diaries (1977-2002). A savant of razor-sharp and sardonic wit, don't miss your opportunity to spend an evening with one of the world's pre-eminent humour writers. "David leaves his audience weeping. And still wanting more." - The New York Times.

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Cavetown

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When: Thursday 16th January
Where: Factory Theatre

With Special Guest: spookyghostboy

In an announcement bound to provoke scenes of jubilation amongst his flock of devoted followers, Robin Skinner – the 20-year-old UK singer / songwriter who performs under the alias of CAVETOWN – will make his first visit to Australia and New Zealand in early 2020. Support at these very special shows will come from Nashville-based artist spookyghostboy – a fellow bedroom artist and kindred spirit who will arrive fresh from sharing the stage with CAVETOWN across Europe earlier this year. An artist devoted to maintaining a direct connection with his fans, CAVETOWN’s track ‘Lemon Boy’ (taken from his full length album of the same name) has amassed nearly 10 million YouTube views, allowing the super prolific Skinner to bask in a breakout that has been building since he began posting on his own channel back in 2013. Arriving in Australia and New Zealand on the back of the release of his latest mixtape Animal Kingdom, CAVETOWN’s tireless imagination and unbreakable, authentic bond with his fans will undoubtedly result in a spectacular night for both audience and artist.

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Clem Burke & Bootleg Blondie

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When: Saturday 18th January
Where: Factory Theatre

Clem Burke, Blondie’s original drummer joins Bootleg Blondie to celebrate the classic Parallel Lines album (Heart of Glass, One Way Or Another, Sunday Girl, Hanging on the Telephone, Picture This) Hear the classic album in full + Blondie Hits and deep cuts! Bootleg Blondie are the Official Blondie Tribute Band, with the authenticity of Blondie’s renowned and celebrated drummer, Clem Burke it’s no surprise they are the only tribute band to ever play the legendary CBGBs. Burke's combo of crisp backbeat and kinetic Keith Moon-influenced bluster helped set Blondie apart from the pack. Burke had a presence and charisma beyond your typical sticksman. Debbie Harry said "He was into jumping over his drum kit fairly regularly… Clem showed up, and he was a real star. He could play, and you could tell that it was his life"

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Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes

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When: Saturday 18th January
Where: UNSW Roundhouse

The national run is the band’s fourth Aussie stint in just over two years, and after selling out dates across the country previously, will see the band hit their largest Australian headline venues yet, and perform to fans in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes were last in Australia in April this year, supporting fellow UK heavyweights Bring Me The Horizon, also joined by You Me At Six and Trophy Eyes. The punk outfit were met with widespread praise from national media for their trademark high energy, unpredictable live performances, with JB HI FI’s STACK Magazine musing they “damn near stole the show”, Music Junkee praising Frank Carter as “the kind of frontman who says jump and you say how high”, and Tonedeaf reflecting on how they “brought serious punk rebellion to the corporate arena.” Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes’ 2020 Australian tour will see the band perform tracks from their recent record ‘End Of Suffering’ to Aussie audiences for the first time.

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Cold Chisel: Blood Moon Tour 2020

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When: Friday 24th January
Where: Bankwest Stadium

Bankwest Stadium Special Guests: Hoodoo Gurus, Birds of Tokyo & Busby Marou

There’s nothing more Australian than hot sun, warm waves and Cold Chisel. The band's classic songs like Khe Sanh, Flame Trees, Bow River, My Baby, Cheap Wine, Saturday Night and You Got Nothing I Want have become the soundtrack to our summers. For the first time ever, this legendary Australian band will be playing 14 very special outdoor shows in Australia and New Zealand during summer. Between New Year’s Eve and the second weekend of February, they’ll do gigs on the beach, gigs by the river and gigs in the bush. You’ve never seen anything like it before. You’ll never see anything like it again. It’s called the Blood Moon Tour 2020 - named after a rare lunar eclipse where the sun, earth and moon all briefly align before returning to their own orbits.

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Flying Lotus 3D

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When: Friday 24th January
Where:
Enmore Theatre

The Operatives are proud to present the exclusive first appearance of the globally-renowned, mind-bending Flying Lotus 3D experience.  No stranger to Australiasian shores, the artist known by fans affectionately as FlyLo has toured his past five studio albums down-under, since he attended Red Bull Music Academy in Melbourne in 2006 and met some long-term collaborators in the cohort. Whether he's covered in women's bras at a secret Captain Murphy show, getting the 'shoe' at Meredith Music Festival, or blowing the curved-roof off the Sydney Opera House, FlyLo's shows have been a much-talked about affair for anyone interested in experimental music and visual arts across the country. Fans new and old, this time, are invited to forget what they've seen or heard before - Flying Lotus 3D makes the extensive and first-of-it's-kind stage show Layer 3 look simple. Even the tech press has been floored, awarding the patented show 'Tech Enhancement of the Year' (Pollstar 2019). 3D Live, the creators of the tech touts the visuals viewable from 120 to 140 degree angles, meaning the holograms, usually flat for the cinema experience, can be seen from around a concert hall. Complimentary 3D glasses mean viewers can see music and a virtual world literally collide - taking dancers into a kaleidoscope of pulsing colours, textures or imagery created by long-term collaborators Strangeloop and Timeboy. While the incarnation of the AV show has been performed for the past 2 years around the globe, and now is refined for his new album specifically - FlyLo is quick to point out that no night is ever the same, with both his music and visuals being improvised live by himself and the visual artists. We don't want to give away too much of what revellers can expect to see - but fans will know what they're going to hear. Flying Lotus' 2019 album, the fire-themed epic, "Flamagra". Following on from his Grammy-nominated LP "You're Dead" FlyLo's sixth studio album has a dream cast of collaborators, the perfect foil for his jazz-influenced, dizzying beats. No less than Anderson .Paak, George Clinton, Little Dragon, Tierra Whack, Denzel Curry, Shabazz Palaces, Toro y Moi, and of course, Thundercat appear. Even David Lynch pops up for some spooky spoken word. It's an album loaded with jam sessions of electro-funk with hip-hop intuition, and the propulsive energy of the music was crafted with his cinematic synesthesia in mind. It's little wonder Flying Lotus' music creates inspiration for some of the biggest artists in modern music - born Steven Ellison in Los Angeles, FlyLo is the grandson of Motown songwriter Marilyn McLeod and is the great-nephew of Alice Coltrane. He got his musical start crafting beats for Cartoon Network's Adult Swim channel before releasing his own productions on debut '1983', the producer and occasional rapper quickly gained a reputation for his unique take on dusty hip-hop beats ala Madlib, as unquantized as Dilla, with a signature sound all its own, dropping some of the most distinctive albums of the decade with complex electronic odyssey "Cosmogramma" and the Kendrick Lamar, Snoop Dog and Herbie Hancock collaborated record, "You're Dead!". Releasing music on revered labels like Hyberdub, Ghostly International, Ninja Tune and Warp, and of course, his own imprint Brainfeeder. Never one to run out of creative energy, FlyLo stepped into his passion for cinema in 2017, writing and directing the Sundance-premiered horror-future flick, 'Kuso'. In his first AU/NZ tour since 2015, FlyLo fans be warned - Flying Lotus 3D is coming. Fire is coming.

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Article by Enmore Theatre.

Everclear

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When: Friday 31st January
Where: The Concourse, Chatswood

For over two decades, Everclear's sound has reflected the rock, post-punk, and singer/songwriter influences of Art Alexakis, including acts like X, the Replacements, the Pixies, Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, and Elvis Costello. The band found success with their first three albums on Capitol Records, Sparkle and Fade, So Much for the Afterglow, and Songs from an American Movie Vol. One: Learning How to Smile, which were all certified platinum.

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Article by Metro Theatre.

Deana Martin

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When: Friday 14th February
Where: The Concourse, Chatswood

Deana Martin honours the memory of her father Dean Martin in a show that revisits the soundtrack to our lives. Deana and her eight piece swing band pay homage to the legacy of her musical family, including her legendary “uncles” Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis Jnr. Deana presents the songs, stories and rare family footage, giving the audience an insight into the life of one of the original contributors to the Great American Songbook. A combination of private recollections and musical treasures intertwined with the wit handed down by her father will make this a show for all Dean and Deana fans. Don’t miss this entertaining trip down memory lane in ‘Memories are made of this.’

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Creed Bratton

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When: Saturday 15th February
Where: Factory Theatre

Having been performing solo shows for over decade, Creed Bratton, who played an over the top version of himself, as the mysterious, quality-assurance director that smells like mung-beans, lives for scuba diving and can’t tell the difference between an apple and a potato, is finally heading to Australia with his live show next year. Set to hit Australian shores in February 2020, Creed’s variety show includes live music, stand-up comedic and untold stories from both his life and time on ‘The Office’.

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The Darkness: Easter is Cancelled

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When: Friday 13th March
Where: Enmore Theatre

Where are the heroes that this world needs, the heroes that this world deserves? Cast aside despair, people, for the tide will turn and the sun will come again as the The Darkness have just announced they'll be spreading their light to Australia and New Zealand in March 2020. On a mission to lead us to the sunlit uplands of inclusivity, togetherness and rock' n' roll fellowship, The Darkness will be playing shows in Perth, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane and Auckland to deliver a tour that will quite literally resurrect the souls of all who attend. The Darkness, whose repertoire boasts hits that include 'I Believe In A Thing Called Love' and 'Love Is Only A Feeling', are hailed for their flamboyant and unforgettable live performances that embrace the epic heights of 70's rock and roll and the extravagant excess of the 80's. Their outrageous stage antics have led them to opening gigs for Lady Gaga, Ed Sheeran, Metallica and Guns N' Roses, as well as their own legendary headline shows around the globe. The Darkness are touting their newly minted studio album, Easter Is Cancelled out October 4th 2019 via Cooking Vinyl Australia. The album sees the four maestros embark upon their most ambitious quest to date, which has something for Darkness fans of all vintages.  “The Darkness have revived an age of Zeppelin-esque rock & roll decadence” – Rolling Stone. “an orgy of good old rock 'n' roll excess” – BBC.

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The Exploited

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When: Friday 20th March & Saturday 21st March
Where: Factory Theatre & Narrabeen Hotel

City and Colour, acclaimed Canadian singer-songwriter Dallas Green, returns to Australia in April 2020. On his 18th Australian visit, Green continues a love affair with Australia that boasts multiple sold-out City and Colour tours, premiere sets at Splendour in the Grass and Bluesfest, a sold-out performance at the prestigious Sydney Opera House, and ARIA Top Ten spots for his last three studio albums. “Green's voice is truly captivating. The range from near whispers to fearless belts wring every melancholic lyric out dry.” – NPR. This year saw City and Colour release his first new music in four years, beginning with kaleidoscopic single ‘Astronaut’ and follow-up ’Strangers’, a soaring track that Green says, “is about how you will never truly know another human being”. His sixth studio album ‘A PILL FOR LONELINESS’ will be released next week, Friday October 4, and is produced by three-time Grammy winning Jacquire King (Kings of Leon, Tom Waits). Honing his live show in front of massive crowds at icon festivals including Coachella, Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza, City and Colour has over the years toured with P!nk, Neil Young, Alice in Chains, Ben Harper, Tegan and Sara and more. The enthralling singer-songwriter returns in April 2020 with brand new songs and crowd favourites. City and Colour’s Australian shows have historically sold out lightning fast, so do not sleep on tickets to this otherworldly live experience.

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City & Colour

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When: Sunday 19th April
Where: Enmore Theatre

City and Colour, acclaimed Canadian singer-songwriter Dallas Green, returns to Australia in April 2020. On his 18th Australian visit, Green continues a love affair with Australia that boasts multiple sold-out City and Colour tours, premiere sets at Splendour in the Grass and Bluesfest, a sold-out performance at the prestigious Sydney Opera House, and ARIA Top Ten spots for his last three studio albums. “Green's voice is truly captivating. The range from near whispers to fearless belts wring every melancholic lyric out dry.” – NPR. This year saw City and Colour release his first new music in four years, beginning with kaleidoscopic single ‘Astronaut’ and follow-up ’Strangers’, a soaring track that Green says, “is about how you will never truly know another human being”. His sixth studio album ‘A PILL FOR LONELINESS’ will be released next week, Friday October 4, and is produced by three-time Grammy winning Jacquire King (Kings of Leon, Tom Waits). Honing his live show in front of massive crowds at icon festivals including Coachella, Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza, City and Colour has over the years toured with P!nk, Neil Young, Alice in Chains, Ben Harper, Tegan and Sara and more. The enthralling singer-songwriter returns in April 2020 with brand new songs and crowd favourites. City and Colour’s Australian shows have historically sold out lightning fast, so do not sleep on tickets to this otherworldly live experience.

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Cowboy Junkies

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When: Wednesday 13th May
Where: Enmore Theatre

An Evening with Cowboy Junkies to feature career-spanning repertoire from The Trinity Session to All That Reckoning. Canadian alt-country pioneers Cowboy Junkies will return to Australian and New Zealand for the first time in 20 years in May 2020. Anyone who has followed Cowboy Junkies’ three-decade-long journey knows the band has always remained true to its unique artistic vision. In 1988, they proved that there was an audience waiting for something quiet, beautiful and reflective. The Trinity Session was like a whisper that cut through the noise with its introspective, quiet intensity. Their new album, All That Reckoning, once again gently shakes the listener to wake up. It may be the most powerful album Cowboy Junkies have yet recorded. Formed in Toronto in 1985 with siblings Michael Timmins on guitar, Margo Timmins on vocals, Peter Timmins on drums, and Michael’s lifelong friend Alan Anton on bass, Cowboy Junkies has never had a break-up or taken a hiatus. They’ve never even endured a line-up change. The group has created a critically acclaimed body of work that has endeared them to an audience unwavering in its loyalty, and which is ripe for discovery by those who may have lost track along the way, or indeed who are new to the group’s charms. Their May 2020 tour of Australian and New Zealand will be one the undoubted highlights of the musical year.

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Fastlove A Tribute To George Michael

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When: Friday 5th June
Where: Enmore Theatre

After selling out all shows in Australian major cities in 2018 and 2019, the world’s most prestigious and professionally produced show paying tribute to the life and work of George Michael is coming back stronger than ever in 2020! Fastlove features a professional cast of singers, dancers, a full band and the incredible Andrew Browning as George Michael to create an authentic sound and mind-blowing visuals for a spectacular show! Direct from London's West End you’ll be getting up (to get down) to all your favourite songs: Careless Whisper, Freedom, Faith and many more. Relive the passion, the flare, and the unique sensitivity of George Michael in this incredible tribute concert.

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