Moshtix Weekender 053: Your Guide To What's On This Weekend
The weekend is almost here! Don't worry if you don't have any plans yet, we've put together a few of our fave events to keep your weekend well and truly full to the brim.
Heavy blues trio Cosmos say farewell with one last hurrah at The Spotted Mallard tomorrow night. They'll also be joined by Flower-Doom pioneers Turtle Skull, psychedelic dance outfit Masco Sound System, and The Hum Drums.
Melbourne-based electronic duo GL bring their funky soul beats to Howler this Friday night, celebrating their brand new single 'Night Habit'. This is their first headline show in over two years, so get those dancing shoes ready because you're in for a real treat. Local legends Messy Mammals, Kye and DJ Colette will also be supporting on the night.
After nine sold-out events around the country, Grapes of Mirth is heading to the Pyrenees for the first time this Sunday. Catch five of Australia's best comedians including Dave Hughes, Geraldine Hickey, Nazeem Hussain, Danielle Walker, Nath Valvo and host Merrick Watts for 6 hours of comedic gold.
Aussie punk rockers, The Chats celebrate the launch of their cracking new single Identity Theft with a killer live show at The Beery this Friday night.
Our very good friends at Oxford Art Factory are throwing a killer free event this Saturday to celebrate 12 years in the biz. Catch performances by two of the most exciting acts to come out of Melbourne in recent memory; funk synthesist Harvey Sutherland as well as cosmic-funk space trailblazers Mildlife. The Regime, Clypso, Soaked Oats, Demon Days, Setwun, First Beige, Cool Sounds and e4444e will also be performing on the night with local beat connoisseur Merph, Girls on Deck and Volumes spinning tunes till late.
RSVP HERE to gain free entry on the night.
FKA Festival bring the heat to Hope Estate this Saturday for its second annual event featuring an epic line-up including The Rubens, SAFIA, Allday, Lime Cordiale, The Chats and more. You won't want to miss this!
Catch Us rapper, singer, songwriter TYGA at The Met this Friday for the official after-party. This one's going to be lit!
After nearly a decade in hibernation, Stonefest returns to the University of Canberra. Set to take over UC Refectory and UC Hub this Saturday. Catch some of Australia's hottest new talents including Skegss, Mallrat, Genesis Owusu, Moaning Lisa and more. Get down early and catch sets from emerging acts including Cry Club, Ninajirachi, Pagan and FRITZ.
Enjoy the sounds of Louisiana as Twang brings a blend of Cajun music, swampy blues, New Orleans jazz, mixed with the propulsive and soulful drive of the rhythms of North Eastern Brazil to Duke of George this Friday.
!SLAND take over The Sewing Room this Saturday with an AM Edition, turning the venue into a late-night UV wonderland. White or Bright is the Dress code.
Get in the groove and pumped for the weekend with our official Moshtix Weekender playlist on Spotify.