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Thundamentals Epic 10th Anniversary Regional Tour: ‘Decade Of The Thundakat’

One of Australia’s most beloved Hip-Hop acts, Sydney via Blue Mountains trio Thundamentals, are celebrating their tenth anniversary in 2018 with an epic regional tour - Decade Of The Thundakat. Announced on Triple J’s Breakfast Show after a special Like A Version performance of Frank Ocean’s “Ivy" (WATCH HERE), Decade Of The Thundakat will see Tuka, Jeswon and DJ Morgs take their revered live show across twenty-four regional dates nationwide in early 2018, with tickets on sale now.

The Vulnerable Femmes of Folk

The Vulnerable Femmes of Folk are Merryn Jeann, Emily Lubitz and Angie Hudson.

Although these three musicians may be known to you via various collaborations and bands (Tinpan Orange, Tora, Potato Potato, Banksia) they thought it a nice idea to strip bare and play their songs as they were made - a voice and instrument, a lot of feeling and maybe a sneaky glass of red wine or two.

The Vampires

ARIA nominated world-roots-jazz quartet The Vampires bring their risk-taking improvisation, sophisticated compositions and an uncanny sense of dialogue. Featuring Nick Garbett and Jeremy Rose, also known as the horn section for The Strides, and bassist Alex Boneham, returning to Australia for his first tour since studying at the Monk Institute in Los Angeles with the likes of Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter.

Beauty & The Beast

3 Performances:
Friday, 23rd March at 7.30pm & Saturday, 24th March at 2.00pm and 7.30pm

A full length classical ballet production of the traditional fairy-tale story.

Featuring internationally recognised artists in leading roles in a rich display of outstanding skill! One of the world’s most loved fairy tale classics is retold through excellent staging, simple and direct mime, superb classical ballet skill and choreography which honour the spirit of this magical work – an inspiring, impacting, entertaining and memorable experience for the whole family!


It’s about Chucking time…

Side-splitting comedy! An hilarious all-new show!

Strasso’s screwed. He can’t get Chuck and Ted E. off their iPhones. They’re lost to Snapchat, Instagram & Facebook.

The battle is on! And in an amazing live-show breakthrough, Strasso throws his voice to 5 puppets at once. It’s a riotously unbelievable, 6-way comedy routine. You seriously won’t believe it!!

Circa's Peepshow

The internationally-renown, Australian-based Circa Contemporary Circus (“the rockstars of the circus world” The List, UK) will premiere their new work Peepshow at NORPA in Lismore, running 22 - 24 March.

Circa’s Peepshow will have its world-premiere at NORPA before making two additional Australian stops at Geelong and Darwin. It will then perform at the coveted Underbelly Festival in London for three months, followed by a six-month European season.


Some of the best local and interstate artists are coming together this Friday night as part of the Women Of Rock music showcase.

The first ever annual event is being held in conjunction with International Women’s Day at
the Byron Bay Brewery on Friday March 9th.

The free entry show featuring a killer lineup including Mylee & The Milkshakes, Galaxy
Girls, Pussy In The Dark, Fiona Franklin, Sophie Ozard, Dicklord, Spacie, Double Trouble,
Mady Mooda. The event will be held across the two stages of the Brewery.


‘Indent’, the annual MusicNSW regional youth touring initiative, is excited to announce that the next Indent tour is bringing Wollongong locals The VANNS and The Nah (plus a local opening act) to a bunch of NSW towns next March for a run of all ages shows!

Late For Woodstock

The 60’s and 70’s did more than just pass us by – they gave rise to the adolescence of a new world. This legacy of peace, love and world vision was etched in stone by an amazing collection of songs and sounds that captured the essence of mankind’s most creative years in music. Artists were bursting with a mass of creativity that has been unsurpassed.

Sharing a passion for the music from this iconic era that spawned so many enduring classic rock legends, four inspired musicians formed Late For Woodstock in 1998 to bring these classic sounds and images back to live audiences.


Drawing inspiration from almost every musical genre, the brisbane based duo grew up on a steady diet of cash, ccr, dylan, led zeppelin, dire straits and springsteen. They say they play music that is true to themselves, the result is a hybrid of folk, rock, and country – as eclectic in its execution as it is distinctive.

Craig Atkins

Award winning multi-instrumentalist Craig Atkins brings his unique Acoustic Roots, Blues & Folk tunes.

Armed with a set up consisting of an assortment of acoustic guitars, lap slide, foot percussion, harmonica and Didgeridoo, from chilled looping soundscapes, to delta slide blues, to up tempo folk storytelling, to dirty blues and foot stomping roots.

Shannon Sol Carrol

Shannon’s solo sound is a chilled summer brew of laid back roots, saltwater folk and acoustic soul. Laying down live loops created with a guitar and an array of foot pedals, Shannon presents stripped back renditions of songs from his band discography, new original material and selected tracks from his favourite songwriters.

Sam Buckingham

In mid 2012 Sam Buckingham signed a deal with Alberts (now BMG) for worldwide publishing, alongside the likes of Gotye, Josh Pyke, and Ellie Goulding and went on to hone her songwriting throughout Nashville and New York, in preparation for recording her most recent long player ‘I’m A Bird’ (2013). Co produced with multiple ARIA winner Paul McKercher, the album explores ideas of traveling, asking questions, and breaking free from fear and expectation – a continuing theme in Buckingham’s most recent songwriting endeavours.

“Truly gorgeous” Paul Smith, Sydney Morning Herald


Borneo are returning to Byron Bay to play a show at the Byron Bay Brewery for the very first time. After a short break playing live and their sophomore EP 'Rebel Mindtricks' released last week, the B-Team are back in action, joined by the very talented Sydney psych group The Jim Mitchells & locals The dolla llamas.

Borneo (The Band) make a blend of disco-punk with a few stompy rainbows thrown in their cherry pot. Influences include Devo, The Oils & The John Steel Singers.

The Beautiful Girls

The Beautiful Girls have consistently delivered unique sounds that seem to encapsulate surfing on a global scale. With a combination of bass-heavy rhythm, alongside elements of dub, folk, jazz, hip hop and of course… lightening bolts, the words ‘surf-folk’ seem to sum it up pretty well.

Appearing as part of the Byron Bay Surf Festival.


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