Moshtix Weekender 054: Your Guide To What's On This Weekend
Another week almost done and dusted! Here are some of our top must-see events happening across the nation this weekend.
Melbourne emo-punk four-piece Slowly Slowly bring their latest track Creature Of Habit Pt. 2 to the stage at University of Wollongong Unibar this Friday.
Have a good ole giggle this Friday night with TV personality & stage performer, Peter Powers at his cheeky comedy show at Terrey Hills Tavern. This show is almost sold out, so get your tickets quick!
Touring nationally with the likes of Last Dinosaurs, Angus & Julia Stone and Good Doogs and following a string of successful 2019 releases, Byron Bay indie-rockers Seaside are heading to The Gaso this Friday to celebrate the release of their new single 'Joyride'. This is the first single off their forthcoming debut album, slated for release in early 2020.
Having just released his highly anticipated debut album 'Too Young' last month, indie singer-songwriter Kyle Lionhart plays a special show at Woolly Mammoth this Friday, showcasing the new album as well as some of his old faves!
Catch slow jam and soulfully groovy band, Middle Name Dance Band at The Outpost this Friday and help celebrate the release of their first single 'Weekend Love Chant' from their EP set to drop in November.
Following recent live performances at Glastonbury, Love Supreme Jazz Festival, Dark MOFO, Down the Rabbit Hole and headline show at Hip-Hop Collection, Zambian singer-songwriter, and rapper Sampa the Great makes her way to Fat Controller tomorrow night in support of her latest album 'The Return', bringing her unique blend of classic hip-hop and Southern African sounds to the stage for a night not to be missed!
Obsessed with tattoos? Head down to Enigma Bar this Friday night and enjoy an awesome night of live music and tattooed beauties showcasing their artwork.
Comedian Lewis Spears is back this Friday bringing his brand-new stand-up show to Kambri Precinct. Don't miss your chance to see Lewis Spears in his element.
25-year-old producer and multi-instrumentalist Sonny Grin brings his eclectic mix of dance music and high energy, interactive live performance to Transit Bar this Saturday night. Get ready for a hoon and a half!
Following his recent debut full-length record 'Glow', Japanese Wallpaper is celebrating with an epic live show at The Sewing Room this Saturday night with support from Lontalius (NZ) and Montgomery.
The Freo.Social is hosting workshops this Sunday presented by The Perth International Burlesque Festival that focus on building your strengths in performance including stage presence, choreography or prop making. Educate and illuminate your mind!