Author: Daniel Francis

May Gig Guide

Meg Mac, Wed 8th May – Kambri at ANU – Meg Mac starts 2019 with tour dates in America, UK, Europe and Australia to promote her forthcoming set of new recordings. Meg Mac’s ‘Give me my name back’ Australian tour presented by triple j began at The Enmore theatre on April 5th. Tickets here. Peking Duk & Safia, Sat 11th May – Australia’s favourite duo Peking Duk return to Canberra in 2019 with their Biggest Hometown Party Ever. After selling out The Wasted Tour across Australian capital cities, Peking Duk will share the epic live show and reveal brand new music to...

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April Gig Guide

Boo Seeka, Fri 5th April – UC Hub – Boo Seeka are playing parties in April to test out their new tunes and live show. Support from locals Genesis  Owusu and Neko Pink. Tickets here. Wine Machine, Sat 13th April – Lake George Winery – The massive all-Australian lineup for this year’s Wine Machine includes The Presets, Hayden James, Confidence Man, Kinder, and more. Tickets here. Kurt Vile & The Violators, Wed 17th April – Kambri at ANU – Kurt Vile is back to promote his new album, ‘Bottle It In’, with specials guests RVG. Tickets here. Enschway, Wed 24th April – Fiction...

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Canberra’s Biggest French Film Festival Yet

The Allaince Française French Film Festival is celebrating its 30th anniversary, showcasing its biggest year yet. Thursday 7 March saw the opening of the festival, with champagne served in the Palace Electric lounge area prior to the first film. A representative from the the Allaince Française introduced the festival, speaking of its long history within Canberra and the many partners who assist in making it such a success. The Trouble With You was one of the biggest audience hits of Cannes 2018, premiering as the centrepiece of the Director’s Fortnight section. Directed by Pierre Salvadori (Wild Target, Après Vous),...

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Gig Guide: March

Death Cab For Cutie, Sar 9th March – Canberra Theatre Centre – In celebration of their ninth full-length release, indie heroes Death Cab For Cutie are heading to Australia for the first time since 2015. Tickets here. CHS pres. Denis Sulta, Sun 10th March – UC Hub – Glasgow based Denis Sulta joins us on Canberra Day Eve for his debut Australian tour. Sulta’s meticulous approach to dance music has seen him reach unbelievable heights for such a young artist. Tickets here. Young Monks, Sat 16th March – UC Hub – Fresh off the back of last year’s Spilt Milk and...

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February Gig Guide

Ruby Fields, Wed 6th Feb – UC Hub – Hot on the heels of her latest single ‘Dinosaurs’, Ruby Fields returns to Canberra for a massive O-Week headline show. Tickets here. Vera Blue, Thur 7th Feb – UC Refectory – Continue the O-Week celebrations with Vera Blue, supported by Thandi Phoenix and Kesmar. Since releasing her debut album ‘Perennial’ in 2017, Vera Blue has played 5 completely sold out tours across Australia, as well and European/UK and US dates. Tickets here. Hands Like Houses, Fri 8th Feb – UC Refectory – Canberra-born Hands Like Houses have announced a national tour in support of their latest full-length, Anon....

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