Moshtix Weekender 027: Your Guide To What's On This Weekend
It's the last day of February, where has the month gone?! We've certainly been busy bees at Moshtix HQ, that's for sure! We can't wait to share all the newness with you in March! Let's launch into a new month with some of our top picks for your weekend.
Shout out to all my wineo's out there. Hope Estate is throwing the ultimate garden party and you're invited! Fill your glass with sweet berry wine and award-winning craft beer this Saturday at Cloud Wine as you enjoy live DJ's and a gourmet two-course lunch in the vineyards.
If you're a festival fiend then you better head to MacCabe Park this Saturday and check out The Farmer & The Owl Festival. Enjoy a day of ultimate music discovery as the F&O family dishes up an insanely talented lineup, including performances by Beach House, Stella Donnelly, Amyl & The Sniffers, Milan Ring, Banoffee and more.
For those looking for something a little more family friendly, you'll want to check out indie folk-rock band The Paper Kites this Saturday night as they make their debut at Twilight at Taronga. They'll also be joined by indie/ alt-rocker Timberwolf and Melbourne based singer-songwriter Eliott.
Dance the week away listening to huge tracks by The Jungle Giants, Vera Blue, Confidence Man, Japanese Wallpaper and Kira Puru tomorrow night at Flinders University Plaza. Get your dancing shoes ready, your in for a darn good time!
Looking to cause some more dancefloor mayhem, head to Fat Controller tomorrow night and catch Haiku Hands as they deliver their unique style of genre-bending sounds mixed with multi-art form performance.
On Saturday, Bjéar launches his new darker, synth-electronic EP 'All Roads' at Lion Arts Factory. Get down and celebrate a new page in his musical journey as the newly refurbished venue.
If you're a fan of soul-simmering, hip-hop inspired tunes, check out new collective Sunset Cities at Rocket Bar & Rooftop. The new collab by So.Crates, Nelson Dialect and Alnitak Kid, explores themes of life, love and light, fusing hip-hop and soul together forming a glorious sunset of music discovery.
Chill out on Sunday and enjoy a good chuckle with six of Australia's best comedians at Coriole Vineyards. 7 hours of comedy, music, wine, gourmet food and good times... what more could you need?!
Launching their first single from their brand new album tomorrow night at The Toff In Town is none other than Tim McMillan and Rachel Snow. They'll be bringing an eclectic mix of Celtic rock, folk, metal and Jazz to the stage alongside support artist and dream-pop troubadour Emily Chen.
Over on Russell St, legendary alt-rockers They Might Be Giants are back playing at 170 Russell tomorrow night. Prepare for a high-volume celebration of new and old classics. Don't miss one of the most fun and entertaining shows of 2019!
Indulge in some LOLs this Sunday at Australia's largest open mic comedy competition hosted at Howler. We're prepping our funny bones as we speak!
For all our underage fans out there, Good Life is throwing a pretty rad party this Saturday at Brisbane Showgrounds. Lost City is one of Australia's biggest u/18's events. It'll be held over two stages which means double the amount of music. Catch DJ sets from Tigerlily, Teddy Cream, DJ Horizon, Rojdar + heaps more.
On Saturday Mr Wolf hosts 10 piece band Hot Potato Band. If you like to boogie then you won't want to shy away from this gig. It's going to be a good time indeed!