Five Melbourne gigs to check out this weekend
08.11.2019

Five Melbourne gigs to check out this weekend

Sunnyside
Photo by Henry King

No weekend plans? No problem.

Sunnyside at The Curtin

To celebrate their new single, ‘Stretch’, cosmic wanderers Sunnyside are throwing a single launch at Melbourne’s John Curtin Hotel on Friday November 8.

Rapidly on the rise, the last 12 months has seen the six-piece grace the festival stages of Hopkins Creek, NYE on the Hill, Something Unlimited and more alongside a special slot at 2019’s Fuji Rock Festival in Japan. More info here.

Live Irish music at The Quiet Man Irish Pub

Every Friday and Saturday, The Quiet Man Irish 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 on Saturdays. Free entry. More info here.

Sunday Smallgoods at Bodriggy Brewing Co.

Bodriggy Brewing Co.’s weekly music series returns once again this Sunday November 10. Heading to the Abbotsford venue will be jazz outfit The Cope Street Parade, supported by electronic producer North Pollard and Ginger Light. More info here.

Youth Group at Northcote Social Club

Homegrown rock band Youth Group are heading to Northcote Social Club to celebrate the release of their latest album, Australian Halloween. Supporting the band on their three-stop east coast tour will be indie rockers The Wonder and Melbourne singer-songwriter Laura Imbruglia. More info here.

The Boite presents Voices Unbound at Saint Charlie

The Boite’s youngest choir, Voice Unbound, are throwing a fundraiser gig at Fitzroy’s Saint Charlie Taproom and Grill. Going down on Saturday November 9, the choir will be performing everything from classic rock to sweet lullabies. More info here.

Want more gigs? Check out our gig guide.

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