It’S beginning to look a lot like a summer of sound and music in Ballarat and surrounds.
Coined a new nightclubbing experience in Geelong, Bloom is looking a treat for drinkers and club-goers of the town.
Calling in from his home in Nashville, Tommy is looking forward to returning to Melbourne which he calls “one of his home towns” for four days and nights chock-full of learning, jamming and playing, becoming immersed in the magic of music alongside fellow guitarists Michael Fix, Simon Hosford and Richard Smith.
Aussies from Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney are gearing up to throw on their berets this Summer as So Frenchy So Chic, an annual boutique festival, returns for the 11th time in 2018.
The iconic Chapel off Chapel will play host to an array of exciting and diverse musical acts in the month of January – stripped back, up close and personal featuring Brendan Maclean, Thando, Jordie Lane, Nathaniel and Mayfield.
The king of African Music will bring his world music block party, backed by his legendary 12-piece band Le Super Étoile de Dakar, acrobatic dancers and over three decades of funk-fused hits to our shores.
There’s something extraordinarily special about stripping things back… What that something is exactly, is questionable. Perhaps it’s the raw beauty that is found when peeling away the unnecessary layers, or the serenity that is found in simplicity. Regardless, The Beautiful Girls are mastering the art.
Chelsea was 19 years of age when she should have been enjoying her first ever music festival. Instead, she was left feeling out of place and uncomfortable as a male aged significantly older than her both physically and verbally assaulted her.