It’s been a while since we’ve enjoyed Rufus Wainwright’s company in Australia, but be assured that he doesn’t take us for granted. “I...Palais Theatre, 14 Lower Esplanade, St Kilda
The Brooklyn-via-Texas alt rockers will be returning to Australia following rave reviews from their jaunt around the country in early 2014....The Hi-Fi, 125 Swanston St, Melbourne
Balmy Fridays and Saturdays throughout summer will see Melbourne Zoo host a bunch of outdoor concerts. The program features an electric bunch of...Melbourne Zoo, Elliott Ave, Parkville
Update: Chet Faker has added a new all-ages show to his tour (Palais Theatre, Sat Mar 7) . Tickets on sale Wed Feb 11 at 10am. Chet Faker is...Palais Theatre, 14 Lower Esplanade, St Kilda
Farewell summer the best way Australian music fans know how – by throwing shapes at this year's Future Music Festival. The popular outdoor...Flemington Racecourse, 400 Epsom Rd, Flemington
A new, central music venue from the Corner Presents team.170 Russell St, Melbourne
Bar of Bengal is a live performance venue at Kindred Studios , Yarraville.212a Whitehall St, Yarraville
Just as speculation grew over what will become of the Palace on Bourke Street, and Pure Pop in St Kilda suffered more and more of a council...4 St Georges Rd, Elsternwick
Following it's very first Splendour appearance this year, the Jager Hunting Lodge has been packed up and shipped down south to pop up at...437 Docklands Drive, Docklands
The organisers of Kyneton Music Festival have been breathing new life into their live music scene with their bar. The cosy cantina-style bar and...57 Piper Street, Kyneton, Kyneton
These big-name shows will go quick, so get in fast.
The main drawcards disappoint our reviewer, while the more curious finds save the day...
Success tore apart these '90s hip hop stars but their current low-key existence could fill the spiritual void left by pretenders like Black Eyed...
Chidera 'Chiddy' Anamege says last time he was in Australia, we forced him to party... "I mean, I say 'forced'..."
Lead singer of Celtic rock band Great Big Sea, Alan Doyle, talks Newfoundland, celebrating 20 years, and his pal Russell Crowe.