Hang on to your racquets, as The Australian Open have officially upped their game for 2017 – announcing a first-class music lineup to appease the masses.
After previously locking in Dope Lemon and Cloud Control as headliners, The Hills Are Alive festival have dropped some more next level acts to join the fun.
Soak up some sun and tunes when Sunset Sounds returns for 2017 with its free open-air program of top-notch acts.
A slew of reggae legends will band together for the epic Raggamuffin All Stars show when it brings some sunny vibes to Melbourne.
Drunk Mums and The Pinheads are getting together to rip across Australia in a co-headline jaunt.
Christmas has come early this year, with Milk! Records putting together a ridiculously good lineup to celebrate the year’s end.
Live music across the state is about to receive a massive boost with the announcement of a new $1.2 million professional development program for emerging contemporary music artists, industry personnel, live music events and venues.
The Hills Are Alive is officially up and about for 2017.
This tour follows on from the band’s successful debut album, Boronia, and past sold-out Australian tour.
As if eight albums in five years wasn’t enough, Australia’s favourite psych rock rollickers are back again with their ninth and have hinted at another four full-lengths for next year.