Salt N Pepa To Play Headline Dates On Top Of RnB Fridays Live and Friday Jams Live Set

Monday 22 October 2018

After announcing they are part of the absolutely massive RnB Fridays Live 2018 and NZ's Friday Jams Live line-ups, US hip hop act Salt N Pepa now dropped two very special Australian headlining shows. The trio are dropping by at Canberra Theatre Centre and Darwin's Discovery Nightclub this November to satisfy their avid fans. Read more

Bryan Ferry Returns To Australia In February and March Next Year

Monday 22 October 2018

One of Britain's most iconic and sophisticated names, Bryan Ferry, is hitting Aussie roads in February and March 2019. The acclaimed solo artist and leader of Roxy Music returns to Australia as part of his extensive world tour. He will be performing first at the Margaret Court Arena in Melbourne then will make his way to the International Convention Centre in Sydney. Read more

Pete Murray Kicks Off 2019 With His 'PM3 Summer Sessions' Tour

Friday 19 October 2018

Australian singer-songwriter Pete Murray is touring Australia this summer with his 'PM3 Summer Sessions' tour. Read more

ATDW and Eventfinda Partnership Leads to Greater Exposure For Events in Australia

Thursday 18 October 2018

Major events and festivals play an important role in increasing destination awareness and intention to visit. According to the International Visitor Survey, in the last 12 months, 17% (or 1.4 million visitors) of all international visitors to Australia attended an organised sporting event, festival, fair or cultural event. Read more

Bhad Bhabie Sets Foot On Aussie Stages For The First Time This December

Thursday 18 October 2018

Fifteen-year old American rapper Bhad Bhabie is touring Australia for the first time this December. She will be performing a series of all ages shows kicking off at Perth's Astor Theatre, then will head her way to Brisbane's Eatons Hill Hotel and Sydney's Enmore Theatre. Melbourne's 170 Russell will be her next stop before wrapping up at HQ Adelaide. Following the AU dates, she'll be going down to ... Read more

Eminem Raps His Way Back To Australia In February Next Year With 'Rapture Tour'

Monday 15 October 2018

American rap superstar Eminem is set to visit Australia in February next year with his 'Rapture Tour'. He will first be lashing out his fierce lyrics at the Queensland Sports and Athletics Centre, then will be heading to Sydney's ANZ Stadium and Melbourne Cricket Ground. The tour concludes at the Optus Stadium, the rapper's debut Perth show. Following the Aussie dates, he will head to NZ for his ... Read more

Nickelback Bring Their 'Feed The Machine' Tour To Australia In February

Friday 12 October 2018

Multi-platinum rock band Nickelback will be playing a trio of east coast dates next year as part of their 'Feed The Machine' tour. Kicking off at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre, the band will be heading to Sydney's Qudos Bank Arena before wrapping up at Melbourne's Rod Laver Arena. Read more

The Age Music Victoria Awards 2018 announce new venue + nominees revealed

Friday 12 October 2018

Australia’s largest publicly voted music awards The Age Music Victoria Awards is back for its 13th year in 2018. Boasting a massive night of live music and accolades, the 2018 Awards will take place on Wednesday 21 November during Melbourne Music Week.This year, the awards welcome new major partners, The Melbourne Recital Centre, which is hosting the event for the first time, Bendigo Bank ... Read more

The Eagles Fly Back To Australia Next Year

Wednesday 10 October 2018

US rock legends Eagles are flying down to our shores next year as part of their critically-acclaimed world tour. They will be landing at Melbourne's Rod Laver Arena for a pair of shows, then will glide their way up to the Brisbane Entertainment Centre for two back to back performances before winging south to Sydney's Qudos Bank Arena for the final show. Before the Aussie dates, the band will first ... Read more

Rudimental Bring 'Toast To Our Differences' Tour To Australia In February

Tuesday 9 October 2018

Drum and bass luminaries Rudimental are touring Australia next year February to celebrate their new album 'Toast To Our Differences' which will be released globally on 25 January. The four-piece will be performing first at Melbourne's Margaret Court Arena, then will head down to Bonython Park in Adelaide, Old Mount Gambier Goal and Hordern Pavilion in Sydney. Next on their route will be Darwin's ... Read more

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