The Basement

4 February

The Screaming Jets are back on the road in 2017 for their Chromozone Tour. The run of February and March shows will see the band visit and revisit places by popular demand.



AIS Arena

10 February

Human Nature’s The Ultimate Jukebox Tour will take audiences on an unforgettable journey through 60 years of music, and the guys’ 26-year career. Starting with the classics of the Doo-Wop era, Human Nature alongside its seven-piece band and dancers will pay tribute to the legends of pop, Motown and soul.



National Convention Centre

15 February

Iconic singer-songwriter James Taylor will return to Australia for the first time in seven years for a series of performances. With a career spanning nearly 50 years since first signing to The Beatles’ Apple Records in 1968, James Taylor’s music embodies the art of song writing in its most personal and universal forms, resonating with people all over the world, while his warm baritone is among the most recognised voices in popular music.



UC Refectory

17 February

After impressing audiences at some of the world’s biggest festivals and lapping the globe twice over, RÜFÜS is coming home for summer and its most expansive Australian tour yet. The band are marking its one-year anniversary of its gold accredited #1 album, BLOOM, by taking its world-class live show to all the places they missed the first time around. These will be the band’s last Australian shows before they take time off to write new music.




23 February

Boasting an immediate add to Triple J rotation, Asta’s iridescent funk-pop gem Shine is undeniably living up to its name. The effervescent musician has announced the release of her long-awaited debut EP Shine (out Friday February 17) and huge national tour across five states and two territories.



Transit Bar

24 February

To celebrate the release of her long-awaited debut album Human, Katy Steele announces an extensive thirteen-date national tour throughout February and March 2017. Katy and her band will be heating up dance-floors across the country as they bring their captivating and energetic live shows to capital cities and venues off the beaten track this summer.



UC Refectory

25 February

STREAMS is the product of Biilmann’s hard work over the last 18 months in developing into an extremely polished songwriter to go with his skills as a performer. Somehow Biilmann has managed to tie in roots, blues, reggae and even hint of country, into a highly creative and individual album. Biilmann has built up a huge reputation from his live shows using virtuoso guitar playing, clever song writing and extremely jovial banter to adoring audiences around the country



Canberra Theatre Centre

21 February

A mutual love and respect for each other’s music has fanned the flames of friendship in and out of the studio between two of our most celebrated singer-songwriters, Bernard Fanning and Kasey Chambers, for many years. In a move that will delight fans, they are excited to announce a co-headline tour early 2017!




The Living EndStaring Down the Highway Regional Tour


8 March


Kingswood After Hours, Close to Dawn National Album Tour


31 March


Kate Miller – Heidke with the National Pops Orchestra

Canberra Theatre Centre

7 April


Jessica Mauboy – All The Hits Live

National Convention Centre

8 April