Five Melbourne gigs to check out this weekend

Five Melbourne gigs to check out this weekend


No weekend plans? No problem.

Groove and Graze at Hopetoun Gardens

If you’re chasing some family fun or a relaxed day out, look no further than Groove and Graze. A lowkey celebration of live music and tasty bites, the second instalment of Groove and Graze will feature sets from cowboy punks Rich Webb Band alongside Bigots and Teenage Dads. It’s happening at Hopetoun Gardens from 12pm until 8pm on Sunday November 17. Find out more here.

FAD DJ at FAD Gallery

Every Friday and Saturday night, FAD Gallery’s house DJ brings the groove, slinging tunes well into the night. With a selection of the hottest jams from the past six decades soundtracking your night at FAD, you’ll be shaking a leg on the dancefloor before you know it. Get amongst it on Friday November 15 or Saturday November 16, free entry. More info here.

Joshua Batten at Clifton Hill Brewpub

Playing not one, not two, but three sets at Clifton Hill Brewpub, Joshua Batten will unleash his fusion of bluesy folk-rock through a collection of originals and re-imagined classics. He’ll hit the stage on Sunday November 17 from 5pm, free entry. Find out more here.

KaKu at The Bergy Seltzer

Bonafide riff-fiends KaKu are hitting The Bergy Seltzer on Saturday November 16 for a ripper set alongside Melbourne’s #1 party band Scalp and noise pop duo Soft Taco. It’s all going down from 8pm. Entry is free, more info here.

Sonia Serin at Bakehouse Studios

Melbourne singer-songwriter Sonia Serin is about to release her long-awaited new album U N R E S O L V E D and to celebrate, she’s throwing a launch party at celebrated local recording cauldron, Bakehouse Studios. It all goes down on Saturday November 16 from 8pm. Find out more and grab your tix here.