DZ Deathrays and Lime Cordiale announced for See Sound music series

DZ Deathrays and Lime Cordiale announced for See Sound music series

Weekend plans sorted.

Summer music series See Sound is returning once again to Sydney venues, bringing with it a stellar group of talent from the shores of Sydney and beyond.

Spread out across three venues in the inner suburbs, the string of performances will run on weekends throughout the hot season. Punters can expect funk and disco at Coogee Pavilion Rooftop, rock’n’roll gigs at The Royal and the finest indie music and hip hop sets at Vic on the Park.

The forthcoming lineup features some iconic acts including Bundaberg natives DZ Deathrays, Lime Cordiale, Gold Member, I Know Leopard, Hayley Mary and Genesis Owusu. See Sound was launched last year in partnership with Furphy in the hopes of bringing free live music back to Sydney’s summer and to showcase local talent.

Check out the See Sound lineup below:

Vic on the Park

Saturday November 30 – Genesis Owusu, Handsome and The Elevator District

Saturday December 14 – Velociraptor, Bloods, The Gooch Palms and Neighbour

Saturday January 1 – DZ Deathrays, Hayley Mary, Baby Beef, Ghostgums

Saturday January 25 — TBC

Saturday February 22 — TBC

Coogee Pavilion Rooftop

Saturday December 15 – Emily Scott + DJs

Saturday January 12 – KITO + DJs

Saturday February 9 – Northeast Party House (DJ Set) + DJs

The Royal

Saturday December 7 – Tom Tilley (Client Liaison), B2B Hugo Gruzman, Ilan Kidron and Dave Goode (The Potbelleez), DJ Danial

Saturday January 4 – Very Special Guests, Nicky Night Time, Lazy Wax, World Champion DJs

Saturday January 18– Lime Cordiale (DJ set), Gold Member, Don West, Girls on Deck

Saturday January 25 – The Bondi Royal Festival ft. Georgia June, Kesmar, Towwel, Skippy, Live Band Karaoke with Special Guests, World Champion DJs, DJ Danial

Saturday February 8 — I Know Leopard, Tim Ayre

For more info on See Sound, head to the event website.

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