You’re going to want to be there when iconic pub and live music venue The Lansdowne makes its victorious return. There’s no question about that, especially now that the institution has been lovingly restored and reshaped by Jake Smyth and Kenny Graham, the genius minds behind award-winning pub The Unicorn and Mary’s Newtown. ... Read More | Share it now!
A huge lineup of Australian talent is set to score the pristine surrounds of the Morning Racecourse as The Peninsula Picnic presented by Infiniti returns this April. Melbourne locals and visitors will be able to head along to the boutique music, food and wine festival on Saturday 1st April as the fail-safe life philosophy of “vino and chill” inspires a very exciting program that includes eight of the region’s best restaurants and five wineries, all carefully selected to pair with the melodic live tunes from the likes of The Cat Empire, Jebediah frontman Bob Evans and All Our Exes Live in Texas plus more.... Read More | Share it now!
Hospitality juggernauts Merivale and Summer Bright Lager have officially kicked off their returning Sunday Sundown series, a free live music program which will last across Sydney’s scorching summer with some of the country’s best acts showing out at the group’s best venues. This time around, the shedule has grown to include sixteen free events from now up until 26th February, highlighting the individual talents of thirty-two Australian artists.... Read More | Share it now!
Nestled in the industrial back streets of Newstead, The Triffid is one of Brisbane’s few live music venues, with a twist. Its beautifully lit, paved red brick beer garden and newly added rooftop terrace offer Brisbane foodies an intimate space to relax, share a few drinks and have a casual bite to eat surrounded by some of Brisbane’s most memorable music moments. Having proven its staying power in the growing Brisbane night-life scene, The Triffid has launched a larger, more expansive food menu for this season, giving already converted locals another reason to visit.... Read More | Share it now!
Next year’s Valentine’s Day will be a time to express your undying love whether it to be for another person, another food, of just some damn good Australian music. In Sydney, you’ll be able to do all three at the same time as the inaugural Meatstock Festival pops-up for two days – 13th and 14th February 2016 – at the Sydney Showgrounds. Touted as a “Music and Meat” festival, the event promises a packed program full of bands, BBQs, beards, butchers, bourbon, barbers, and beer.... Read More | Share it now!
The Governor in Hindmarsh has long been an Adelaide institution for music lovers, hosting a wide variety of artists in its extensive history. It’s front bar and restaurant also has maintained its position as both a favourite watering hole and food spot for people looking for a pre-show bite or for a drink at the end of a workday. Its appeal has always been that it’s got a good family vibe and at the end of the day, even though it’s a pub, The Gov has that familiarity around it so diners and punters alike know what they’re getting for their money.... Read More | Share it now!