Rodrigo y Gabriela: Two years on from their last Australian tour, celebrated Mexican instrumental virtuosos Rodrigo y Gabriela return to Sydney for a special theatre show. Known for their dynamic live performances Rodrigo y Gabriela are without doubt one of the most captivating live acts in the world.
Thu, Mar 15, Enmore Theatre
Big Country: Having been described by Mick Jagger as “one of the best opening bands we ever had,” Big Country continues to wow audiences around the world night in, night out with their iconically unique sound, which escalated them to the peak of greatness in the 80s.
Fri, Mar 16, Factory Theatre
Northlane: To coincide with the release of Analog Future, Northlane will return to where it all began with an all ages hometown headline show at UNSW Roundhouse in Sydney. The setlist will showcase the very best of Northlane’s discography. This show will mark Northlane’s final Australian concert for the foreseeable future so make sure not to miss this one.
Fri, Mar 16, UNSW Roundhouse
Gilbert O’Sullivan: One of the biggest Irish songwriters & recording artists to reach international chart success in the 70s and 80s will be in Sydney this weekend to celebrate 50 years in music.
Sat, Mar 17, State Theatre
Ed Sheeran: With two Grammy Awards, six billion YouTube views and a firm foothold on the top of our album and single charts, Ed Sheeran needs no introduction and is obviously one of the biggest shows to hit our fine city this weekend.
Sat, Mar 17, ANZ Stadium
Bright Blue Gorilla: After six feature films, a dozen CDs, and 27 years on the road, Bright Blue Gorilla have plenty of entertaining stories to share. Producer Robyn Rosenkrantz and Director Michael Glover have been charming audiences around the world since 1990 when they quit their L.A. jobs, sold everything they had (except their guitars) and bought one-way tickets to Europe. They’ve been traveling ever since and are still going strong!
Sun, Mar 18, Humph Hall
Kelsea Bellerini: One of country music’s hottest acts, US superstar Kelsea Bellerini will play an exclusive one-off all ages headline show at Sydney’s Metro Theatre this coming Tuesday. Kelsea returns to Australia two years on from her last visit, and a fully fledged star, last year creating history as the first ever female artist to achieve three consecutive #1 US Country Billboard hits with Love Me Like You Mean It, Peter Pan and Dibs.
Tue, Mar 20, Metro Theatre
Darius Rucker: The multiple Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter will play his first ever Australian headline show in Sydney mid-week. First attaining international acclaim as the lead singer of Grammy-winning outfit Hootie & The Blowfish before embarking on a solo career in 2008, Darius Rucker has over the past nine years amassed a total of eight #1 Billboard Country Singles.
Wed, Mar 21, Enmore Theatre
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