Category: Australia

JUST ANNOUNCED: Lil Yachty Live In Melbourne

Already announced for Hidden Festival 2019 and coming off the back of his third studio album “Nuthin’ 2 Prove” Lil Yachty will play a one-off all ages headline show at Forum, Melbourne in February 2019. Lil Yachty, aka Lil Boat, aka “King of the Teens” is a 19-year old Atlanta native, a Grammy-nominated singer, rapper,

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JUST ANNOUNCED: Second J.I.D Melbourne Show

Having sold out his debut Australian headline show in just a matter of hours the East Atlanta rapper J.I.D has confirmed a second and final show at Melbourne’s Max Watts on Friday, March 1 due to overwhelming demand! Final tickets go on sale at 12pm Friday, January 18. For complete tour and ticket information, visit: HERE.

JUST ANNOUNCED: Kobe Bryant – The Mamba Mentality Experience

One of the greatest basketball players of all time, global icon, Kobe Bryant is making his first ever trip to Australia to present “THE MAMBA MENTALITY EXPERIENCE” in Melbourne on Wednesday 6th of March, The Palladium Ballroom at the Crown Entertainment Complex, 8 Whiteman Street, Southbank, Melbourne. The Mamba Mentality Experience will include Kobe unplugged,

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JUST ANNOUNCED: Brooke Candy Live In NZ

For the first time in New Zealand, radical rap superstar Brooke Candy will perform an exclusive one night show at Auckland’s Whammy Bar on Sunday December 9th. Fresh off of her recent asian tour last week, Brooke Candy has been vacationing in Aotearoa with just enough time to perform a last minute spectacle before returning

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JUST ANNOUNCED: J.I.D Announces Melbourne Side Show

Last seen touring Australia in 2017 on J. Cole’s 4 Your Eyez Only tour, the East Atlanta rapper J.I.D has confirmed his return this summer with one HUGE headline show at Melbourne’s Max Watts on Wednesday, February 27. Tickets go on sale at 12pm Friday, December 7 from HERE .

JUST ANNOUNCED: Hidden Festival Australia

Perth’s single stage concert style event, Hidden has today announced its evolution to a national event with dates in Sydney, Brisbane, and their forever home Perth, also revealing their mega line-up, lead by international superstars Kayzo & Lil Yachty. Other international acts on the mammoth line up include Florida rapper Ski Mask the Slump God, UK melodic trap icon Troyboi, J.Cole’s protégée and collaborator J.I.D, US electronica

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JUST ANNOUNCED: Holy Green Music & Arts Festival ’19

Announcing the first edition of Holy Green Music & Arts Festival 19’ set to take place over Australia Day long-weekend, Sunday 27th January, 2019. The brand new festival will bring one hell of a party. Holy Green will take place by the foreshore of Sandstone Point Hotel for a day of sun kissed skin and

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JUST ANNOUNCED: Rolling Loud Australia Line Up

  Rolling Loud Australia, the Aussie version of the “world’s biggest hip-hop festival”, announced that it’ll be making its debut in early 2019 and now we have the acts making up the first lineup announcement. Heading the bill will be hip-hop heavyweight Future, whose last appearance in Australia was back in February for Sydney City Limits. Joining him will

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JUST ANNOUNCED: JUICE WRLD Australian Side Shows

 All eyes are on JUICE WRLD. The genre-defying 19-year-old rapper from the suburbs of Chicago has today announced two massive headline shows for Sydney and Melbourne this January, while in the country for Falls Festival – playing the Enmore Theatre in Sydney on January 4 and The Forum in Melbourne on January 5 joined by special guest,

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JUST ANNOUNCED: Denzel Curry Australian Side Shows

Returning to Australia this February atop the St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival 2019 line-up, the ever-evolving rapper/songwriter DENZEL CURRY will perform two wild AF sideshows in Sydney and Melbourne this February – bringing the heat to what’s sure to be a hot summer music festival season. SYDNEY Wednesday 6 February Max Watts Melbourne Friday 8 February 170 Russell

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