RAC Arena | Saturday, 3rd July 2021
Multi ARIA and APRA award-winning, songstress Amy Shark is levelling up. Having last caught her sold-out show at Fremantle Arts Centre in 2019 she’s returning bigger than ever with an Arena tour around the country in support of her album Cry Forever. She’s not only an amazing singer and songwriter but also a captivating performer, and this time around she’s also promising to up the production to her show. Get your voice warmed up because this is likely to be a 2-hour sing-a-long from one of Australia’s best artists.
Tickets on sale here.
Due to previous lockdown restrictions, this show has been postponed to Saturday 18 September.
Mo Hippa Presents a Night of Blues and Funk
The Ellington Jazz Club | Thursday, 8th July 2021
If you like your Blues and Funk this gig is going to impress. Sam Nafie, is one of my favourite singers in Perth (you may have seen him recently in the Nothing Compares To Prince concert by the Perth Symphony Orchestra) and he heads up Mo Hippa along with Brodie Stewart, Karl Florisson, Harry Winton to play songs from phenomenal artists like BB King, Jon Cleary and The Meters. Special guest Bronton Ainsworth will also be joining them to pay tribute to the blues, funk artists delivering a high-value performance that’ll transport you back to New Orleans.
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Metro City | Friday, 09 July 2021
At only 21 years Mallrat the nom de plume of Grace Shaw has achieved an admirable lot including securing the #3 spot on 2019’s Hottest 100 as well releasing 3 acclaimed EPs. It’s been a lot time coming, with her show having been rescheduled but this exciting artist is finally making it to Perth to beguile everyone with a huge show at Metro City. Mallrat is a unique artist who eloquently explores issues of transitioning into adulthood.
Find out more here.
Due to previous lockdown restrictions, this show has been postponed to Thursday 15 July.
Badlands Bar 2021 | Friday, 30th July 2021
This is one for the Gen X’ers out there or anyone who appreciates one of the OGs of Australian indie music. Custard the four-piece band from Brisbane are coming West to give their 2020 album “Respect All Lifeforms” its proper dues. I’ve seen Custard several times and they always deliver an awesome night of music, how could they not with hits like “Apartment”, “Music Is Crap” and “Girls Like That”? Joining them will be idiosyncratic WA indie-pop band Turnstyle, Tanya Harper and Lonesome Dove. It’ll also be Badlands’ 5th birthday that night so expect to party hard.
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