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Kesha set to play Metro City in March

Kesha set to play Metro City in March

Fans of pop star Kesha will be able to see the singer perform up close when her Australian tour kicks of in Perth in 2018. The singer will play an intimate show at Metro City on 18 March 2018. The Rainbow Tour has already played 21 dates across the USA and had one stop in […]

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Just how bad was the Village People featuring Victor Willis?

Just how bad was the Village People featuring Victor Willis?

A new incarnation of The Village People performed as part of A Day on the Green in Perth last week and fans said the performance left a lot to be desired. “Someone call 000, the Village People are being murdered in front of a Perth crowd,” one concertgoer posted on Facebook. “Someone stop the music […]

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Jen Cloher announces new tour in 2018

Jen Cloher announces new tour in 2018

Jen Cloher today announced that she will be commencing an Australian tour in March 2018, and will be playing at the Rosemount Hotel on 16 March 2018. The tour will celebrate the end of a landmark 12-months for Cloher who released her self-titled album to wide acclaim. These shows will likely be Cloher’s only run […]

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Superstar DJs Erick Morillo and Roger Sanchez are coming our way

Superstar DJs Erick Morillo and Roger Sanchez are coming our way

Superstar DJs Erick Morillo and Roger Sanchez will be playing a show at Red Hill Auditorium on Sunday 4 March 2018. The two house music legends will be appearing together for one sensational outdoor spectacular. For over a decade now, Erick Morillo has remained one of the most in-demand and instantly recognisable DJs in the world. From […]

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Jessica Mauboy heads back to Eurovision

Jessica Mauboy heads back to Eurovision

Jessica Mauboy is booking a ticket to Portugal, with SBS announcing that she’ll be Australia’s representative at Eurovision in 2018. Mauboy previously performed at Eurovision in 2014 when it was held in Copenhagen, but she wasn’t an official entrant, instead delivering a showcase performance about Australia. The following year Guy Sebastian was the first Australian […]

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Culture Club dazzle with sensational songs old and new

Culture Club dazzle with sensational songs old and new

Culture Club, The Human League, Tom Bailey | Perth Arena | 9th December 2017 | ★ ★ ★ ★ ★   Culture Club played their third Perth show in 18 months showing that fans just can’t get enough of the ’80s icons. Their massive show at Perth Arena was opened by The Voice – Australia’s Hoseah Partsch who played a […]

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TLC and Shaggy announce Perth show

TLC and Shaggy announce Perth show

TLC were in Perth in 2016 as part of the RnB Friday’s Live show but now they are heading back for a headline show in 2018. The duo will play a show at HBF Stadium on Valentine’s Day, February 14th. THe band now comprises founding members Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins and Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas. The band’s third […]

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Disco Inferno takes over Kings Park with the big stars of the seventies

Disco Inferno takes over Kings Park with the big stars of the seventies

A Day of The Green KC & the Sunshine Band, The Village People, Sister Sledge, Marcia Hines The disco magic of the seventies was alive and well at A Day on the Green with an impressive lineup that featured some of decade’s biggest stars. For those who got down to Kings Park early Australia’s own […]

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Leftfield are coming back and will play ‘Leftism’ in full

Leftfield are coming back and will play ‘Leftism’ in full

Leftfield are heading back to Australia and will tour playing their classic Leftism album in full. Last on Australian soil in 2015, this tour sees the band visiting Sydney, Melbourne, Fremantle and Auckland throughout February 2018. The band has been touring Europe recently and getting rave reviews for their performances. Leftfield recently released Leftism 22, a very special […]

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RTRFM’s history on display at Alternative Frequencies

RTRFM’s history on display at Alternative Frequencies

Community radio station RTRFM’s history has been put on display at the State Library as part of the station’s 40th birthday celebrations. Alternative Frequencies:40 Years of RTRFM celebrates WA’s longest running community radio statiion with an exhibition that features a collection of audio, images, stories, memorabilia and equipment The exhibition is a journey through the sometimes […]

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