Featured image: Look out for Birds of Tokyo at the UOW Unihall, Woollongong. Photo: Cybele Malinowsk
Listen up, music-lovers. Tickets have just gone on sale for hundreds of Great Southern Nights gigs across New South Wales for the month of November (Australian Music Month). Hooray!
So, if your lock-down wanderlust has only been rivalled by your thirst for live gigs, check out the 2,500+ artists who are primed to play music venues, pubs, bowling clubs and wineries throughout the state.
A diverse range of musical talent will take to the GSN stages — including Jimmy Barnes, Kate Ceberano, Thirsty Merc, Tones And I, Matt Corby, Vera Blue, The Presets, Lime Cordiale, and Amy Shark — in a NSW Government/ARIA initiative to help the COVID-safe comeback of live music, hospitality and tourism industries.
“The NSW Government is proud to be getting artists, roadies, venues, hospitality staff and tourism businesses back to work through this ambitious initiative and now it’s over to the public to show their support by booking tickets to a gig or two, or more.” says Minister for Jobs, Investment, Tourism and Western Sydney, Stuart Ayres.
Music to our ears.
Couples will love: sharing that live music magic once again. Hello, road trip.
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