Sydney’s Live Music Guide May 28th – Jun 3rd

Originally published on Alt Media

Number56: The mysterious minds behind one of Berlin’s hottest nightlife venues, Salon-Zur Wilden Renate, are set to bring their authentic German twist to Sydney. With no fixed address each event is taking place behind a hidden door in a secret venue, with the inaugural event headlined by Germany’s very own trendsetter Steve Bug, who has previously played in such iconic venues as Berghain and Watergate.

Thu, May 28, Secret Location

Jeremy Neale: Brisbanite Jeremy Neale set to kick off his east coast Hold On Together single launch tour. Teaming up with Phoebe Imhoff, the pair have created a track that has found its way into the hearts of everyone that has heard it.

Fri, May 29, Waywards

Methyl Ethel: The Perth-based trio finish up their tour supporting San Cisco this weekend. On stage the band enjoys taking their audience on an audio-visual journey into pop-experimentalism.

Sat, May 30, Enmore Theatre

In Hearts Wake: Following the highly successful release of their latest album Skydancer, which saw it debut at number two on the ARIA charts, the Byron Bay outfit arrive in Sydney this weekend. Given the hype surrounding their album this is sure to be a hot ticket this weekend.

Sat, May 30, Roundhouse

Dress Up Attack!: A mini festival for kids and grown ups alike; combining a mixture of interactive activities from bands and DJ’s, to creative play experiences and book readings. This event is designed for kids aged 2-8 years old and their parents to all have an enjoyable music filled day out, and everyone is encouraged to dress up.

Sun, May 31, Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House

Grace Jones: The internationally acclaimed artist, fashion icon and music superstar is set to perform exclusively for Sydney audiences as part of Vivid Sydney. One of the world’s most influential and eclectic performers, this is is a must see event.

Mon, Jun 1, Modulations at Carriageworks

Gang Of Youth’s: Having opened their The Positions album tour in Sydney with a sold out show, the Gang of Youth’s have decided to finish up where they started with a second show in Sydney this week. With their album debuting at number five on the ARIA charts, multiple sold out shows along the way and positive reviews pouring in, this is another high demand show.

Tue, Jun 2, Oxford Art Factory

Angela Ayes: For years Angela, one our finest theatre and cabaret performers, has wanted to perform her tribute to Linda Ronstadt whom she has long admired and this week she will finally get that opportunity.

Wed, Jun 3, The Vanguard

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