These big-name shows will go quick, so get in fast
Is it okay to like the Blunt now that he's proved to be quite hilarious on Twitter? Suck it and see. James Hillier Blount will be bringing his Moon Landing world tour to Melbourne, joined by our very own melodic pop duo, Busby Marou.
The drummer for the legendary Stray Cats is a legend in his own right. Slim Jim Phantom returns to Australia this June, joined by local psychobilly favourites, Fireballs. As always, fans can expect Phantom's high-energy rockin', and with a pairing like this, it's sure to be an epic performance.
Following an extensive USA/Canada tour, the Paper Kites return to Melbourne for an all-ages show at the Athenaeum. Known for their dreamy, mesmerising folk soundscapes, the quintet will perform several tracks from their highly anticipated debut studio album States as well dipping into their back catalogue of EPs.
As a fiercely independent artist, Jess Cornelius – aka Teeth and Tongue – has managed to call the shots with her career, gaining enough momentum this year to secure a much-coveted support slot with Vance Joy and a place on the White Night bill.