Live Music

19
Apr
Will Henderson
6pm | FREE ENTRY
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Friday 19 April
6pm | FREE ENTRY
20
Apr
Celestial Serpent
4.30pm | FREE ENTRY
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Saturday 20 April
4.30pm | FREE ENTRY
21
Apr
The Feramones
4pm | FREE ENTRY
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Sunday 21 April
4pm | FREE ENTRY
21
Apr
Matt Buggy
6.00pm | FREE ENTRY
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Sunday 21 April
6.00pm | FREE ENTRY
25
Apr
Ooz
6.00pm | FREE ENTRY
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Thursday 25 April
6.00pm | FREE ENTRY
25
Apr
Anzac Day at Hotel Bruns
12noon | FREE ENTRY
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Thursday 25 April
12noon | FREE ENTRY
26
Apr
Will Henderson
6pm | FREE ENTRY
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Friday 26 April
6pm | FREE ENTRY
27
Apr
Peach Fur
4:30pm | FREE ENTRY
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Saturday 27 April
4:30pm | FREE ENTRY
27
Apr
Crafternoon
12noon | FREE ENTRY
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Saturday 27 April
12noon | FREE ENTRY
28
Apr
The Merchants
4pm | FREE ENTRY
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Sunday 28 April
4pm | FREE ENTRY
3
May
Ooz
6.00pm | FREE ENTRY
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Friday 3 May
6.00pm | FREE ENTRY
4
May
Wear the Fox Hat
4.30pm | FREE ENTRY
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Saturday 4 May
4.30pm | FREE ENTRY
5
May
BOBBY ALU
4pm | FREE ENTRY
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Move and be moved. Find your flow and go about each day to the rhythm of your own making. That’s the theme of 2021 for Byron Bay singer, ukulele strummer and drummer Bobby Alu. It’s been a long-time personal and musical mission for the tropical ambassador, too. Amidst smooth harmonies, rhythms inspired by a strong family lineage of Polynesian performance, and unassuming grooves that work a gradual, smile- inducing high through even a casual listener, Bobby Alu tunes have a way of sneaking into the subconscious and taking up residence. Every now and then, one will pop up as a toe-tapping reminder to take it slow, enjoy the ride. It’s the curator of calm’s way – deliver island-time vibes with gentle optimism rather than forceful instruction, and encourage the type of reflection best achieved in a hammock. Though it’s not all palm trees and daydreams – there’s a robust energy in Alu’s mastery of traditional Samoan log drums, and a vitality to his songwriting that nods to world, roots and pop intelligence. Sharing a well-nurtured and lengthy musical connection with producer and multi-instrumentalist tour buddy Paulie Bromley (The Beautiful Girls, george), Alu’s recorded and live presence has been boosted from a range of creative alliances Having dedicated his world-class percussion skills to touring internationally with Xavier Rudd for five years, it was time for the equatorial folk of Bobby Alu to chart its own dedicated course again in 2018. He played 132 shows across 14 countries, and stopped in at every state and territory of Australia, supporting John Butler Trio (EU), Trevor Hall (EU/AU), Nahko (EU), UB40 (AU) and The Beautiful Girls (EU/AU) along the way. For the Gold Coast raised artist, performing and co-writing a song for the Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony was a surreal homecoming. 2019 saw BIGSOUND showcases, a support tour across North America with his friend Xavier Rudd and a national run opening for Busby Marou. Things stepped up on a songwriting and recording level too. Following the exploratory Self-titled debut (triple j Roots ‘n All top 10 album of 2010), the clear island-time stylistic intention of 2013’s Take It Slow, and the cruisey grooves of 2015’s Bay Sessions EP, Alu spent 2019 back in the studio completing his third album Flow, which landed Double J feature album on week of release in October 2019, in 2020 is nominated for the AIR Blues & Roots album of the year. Singles ‘Move’, ‘Other Side’ and ‘Finally’ received glowing praise and playlist adds on ABC Local Radio and Double J, with ‘Move’ scoring a nomination for Best Blues & Roots song at the Queensland Music Awards (2019), alongside ‘Dust’ in 2020. ‘Other Side’ received an Honourable Mention (top 1%) in the International Songwriting Competition. With a reputation as a performer that leaves audiences feeling truly good in the heart, Bobby Alu continues to observe the ebb and flow of life while locking into his tried and always true grooves. There’s a fire that comes from the ability to hold a 20,000 strong festival crowd captive with beats, and when mixed with the love that comes from serenading your nearest and dearest with an instrument handed down from your mother, very special moments will always emerge.
Sunday 5 May
4pm | FREE ENTRY
5
May
UFC 301
12noon | FREE ENTRY
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Sunday 5 May
12noon | FREE ENTRY
10
May
Yazmindi
6.00pm | FREE ENTRY
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Friday 10 May
6.00pm | FREE ENTRY
11
May
Push
4.30pm | FREE ENTRY
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Saturday 11 May
4.30pm | FREE ENTRY
12
May
Paul A George
4pm | FREE ENTRY
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Sunday 12 May
4pm | FREE ENTRY
17
May
Callum Creelman
6:00pm | FREE ENTRY
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Friday 17 May
6:00pm | FREE ENTRY
18
May
Andy V Music
4:30pm | FREE ENTRY
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Saturday 18 May
4:30pm | FREE ENTRY
19
May
Mason Rack Band
4.00pm | FREE ENTRY
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Sunday 19 May
4.00pm | FREE ENTRY
24
May
JET
6pm | Tickets via MOSHTIX
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Get excited, JET is heading to Hotel Brunswick this May!
Friday 24 May
6pm | Tickets via MOSHTIX
25
May
South Wall
4.30pm | FREE ENTRY
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Saturday 25 May
4.30pm | FREE ENTRY
26
May
Soul'd
4pm | FREE ENTRY
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Sunday 26 May
4pm | FREE ENTRY
31
May
Matt Buggy
6.00pm | FREE ENTRY
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Friday 31 May
6.00pm | FREE ENTRY
1
Jun
Ragga Jump
4.30pm | FREE ENTRY
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Saturday 1 June
4.30pm | FREE ENTRY
2
Jun
Dojo Rise
4pm | FREE ENTRY
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Sunday 2 June
4pm | FREE ENTRY
7
Jun
Hayley Grace
6pm | FREE ENTRY
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Friday 7 June
6pm | FREE ENTRY
8
Jun
Dirty Channel Band
4:30pm | FREE ENTRY
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Saturday 8 June
4:30pm | FREE ENTRY
9
Jun
Versace Boys
4pm | FREE ENTRY
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Sunday 9 June
4pm | FREE ENTRY
14
Jun
Dan Hannaford
6pm | FREE ENTRY
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Friday 14 June
6pm | FREE ENTRY
16
Jun
Marvell
4pm | FREE ENTRY
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Sunday 16 June
4pm | FREE ENTRY
22
Jun
Satisvibes
4.30pm | FREE ENTRY
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Saturday 22 June
4.30pm | FREE ENTRY
23
Jun
Louey Howell and the FUNKATU Collective
4pm | FREE ENTRY
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Sunday 23 June
4pm | FREE ENTRY
28
Jun
Ben Walsh
6pm | FREE ENTRY
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Friday 28 June
6pm | FREE ENTRY
29
Jun
The Lyrical
4:30pm | FREE ENTRY
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The Lyrical (Karl Smith) has become a rising star of the music scene in Brisbane. The Sunshine State capital has always been a hotbed for new talent in a variety of genres and the acoustic/hip-hop/reggae scene is now no exception to that tradition. Following in the footsteps of Ben Harper, Bob Marley, Michael Franti and Xavier Rudd, The Lyrical reflects the ingenuity and musical aptitude it takes to be a great artist. The “unique blend of beat-boxing meshed with folk guitar and socially conscious lyrics” (City News) is fast becoming one of those artists who demand your attention. “Reminiscent of old school John Butler Trio with the awareness of Black Eyed Peas’ ‘Where Is The Love?’ If you want to feel a little ‘woke’ through music, start here.” – Nkechi Anele, Triple J “… a strong way of expressing [his] peace-minded words. It’s really refreshing.” – Claire Mooney, Triple J “With an infectious blend of roots, reggae and hip hop in tow, The Lyrical commands a strong stage presence as he spits his politically charged and socially conscious expressions” – themusic.com.au
Saturday 29 June
4:30pm | FREE ENTRY
30
Jun
Fat Picnic
4pm | FREE ENTRY
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Sunday 30 June
4pm | FREE ENTRY
19
Jul
The Dreggs
6pm | 18+ Ticketed Show
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Tickets via Moshtix https://www.moshtix.com.au/v2/event/the-dreggs/164925
Friday 19 July
6pm | 18+ Ticketed Show