14.06.2019

Five Melbourne gigs to swing by this weekend

Sheriff

Sheriff album launch at The Thornbury Theatre

Although Melbourne trio Sheriff have been showcasing their Southern psychedelic, horror-blues/rock sound on stages for a decade, the beloved band are yet to release their debut album — until now. Sheriff will be celebrating the release of their debut alongside their Rock and Roll Orchestra at The Thornbury Theatre this Friday June 14. More info here.

Tamma at The Merri Clan

New Zealand-born Tamma will be filling The Merri Clan with good music and good vibes on Sunday afternoon. Entry is free, so there’s no reason to head over to Preston and nurse a Sunday arvo beer. More info here.

Louis King at the Lomond Hotel

Honky-tonk bunch Louis King and the Liars Klub will be returning to Brunswick’s Lomond Hotel, joined by Tim Burnham, Mike Miller and Bruce Haymes. It’ll be one of the Liars Klub’s last gigs at the Lomond Hotel before they head off to Europe, so don’t miss out. It all goes down Friday June 14 at 9.30pm. More info here.

G Man at Downstairs Bistro and Lounge

Melbourne soul champion G-Man is set to shake up Downstairs Bistro and Lounge on Friday June 14. Grab some drinks and dinner from the Southbank restaurant and catch G-Man from 5pm to 8pm. Free entry. More info here.

Live Irish music at The Quiet Man Pub 

Every Friday and Saturday, The Quiet Man Pub hosts a night of live music and performance by young Irish musicians. The Flemington Pub is renowned in Melbourne for its genuine Irish ambience and food, while its live performances showcase the best in contemporary Irish music. The performances kick off at 9.30pm. Free entry. More info here.

Looking for more gigs? Check out our gig guide.