The Jezabels will be hitting the road yet again in support of their second LP The Brink. Palais Theatre, Fri May 2.
The girls from Stonefield have been very busy with a new single out, a debut album bubbling below the surface and a tour of the UK on the horizon. Prince Bandroom, Fri May 2.
The alternative rockers will be kick starting their Reality Kicks tour infront of a home crowd. The Esplanade, Sat May 3.
Two prolific singer-songwriters unite in the form of Robyn Hitchcock (The Soft Boys) and Steve Kilbey (The Church), gracing the Arts Centre stage together. Arts Centre Melbourne, Sat May 3.
Get ready to dance 'wiv' old mate Dizzee Rascal when he returns to Australia for Groovin' the Moo and a handful of sideshows. Palace Theatre, Thu May 8.
The multiple Brit Award-winners are coming back to Australia for their biggest show yet – and if you have a copy of their latest album AM, you'll know you need to get in quickly to get a ticket to this one. Rod Laver Arena, Fri May 9.
Cut Copy will finally be bringing their lights and music back home, when the boys head out on their first headline tour since 2011. 170 Russell, Fri May 9.
The Jezabels will be hitting the road yet again in support of their second LP The Brink. Palace Theatre, May 13-15.
Bliss n Eso, the elder statesmen of Aussie hip hop, are about to drop their latest offering Circus in the Sky. Flemington Racecourse, Fri May 16.
After selling out her Melbourne show Lauren Hill has announced a second Melbourne date at Hamer Hall. Palais Theatre and Hamer Hall, May 21-22.
Fresh from topping Triple J's hottest 100 with his infectious hit Riptide, the Melbourne-born singer will be playing in front of home crowds when he takes to the Forum stage. The Forum, May 22-23.