What ‘Til Wed
Yes, there have been a few drips and drops of rain here and there over the past week or so, but the sunshine we’ve had this weekend indicates a change for the better in terms of weather. There’s so much to get your head around early this week, so here are our top 5 picks to get you through to hump day this week.
City and Colour – State Theatre – Monday and Tuesday
City and Colour returns to Australia for the second time this year, playing a host of shows around the country including back-to-back shows on Monday and Tuesday this week. Hailing from Canada, he will be showing off his new album The Hurry and The Harm, as well as all of his more well-known stuff to satisfy his fans of all creeds. Tickets from: http://www.ticketmaster.com.au/City-and-Colour-tickets/artist/1009255
Coke and Sympathy – The Vanguard – Wednesday
Coke and Sympathy is a rock and roll cabaret show, which includes the incredible music of legends of the genre such as The Rolling Stones, Fleetwood Mac and Led Zeppelin. Coke and Sympathy tells the story of Wild Delilah, and her tale of losing her heart to an enigmatic and destructive rock guitarist and his one-man quest for game and glory. Featuring a live rock band, this is an incredible show, don’t miss out!
Laughs for Wishes – The Comedy Store – Wednesday
In conjunction with The Starlight Foundation, The Comedy Store is putting on a night of stand-up comedy to help raise money to grant once-in-a-lifetime wishes to seriously ill kids this Christmas. Stars of comedy including Greg Sullivan, Smart Casual, Umit Bali and MC Dave Smeidt complete a line-up for this amazing cause, towards which more than 80% of ticket sales from the night will go. Tickets are available from: http://sa2.seatadvisor.com/sabo/servlets/TicketRequest
Triple J unearthed ARIA Showcase – Oxford Art – Wednesday
ARIA week is a run of ten days of gigs, panels and workshops in Sydney with an Australian music focus. As part of ARIA week, Triple J unearthed presents a showcase of unearthed artists this Wednesday at the Oxford Art Factory. With artists including Jackie Onassis, SAFIA and Remi playing sets, it’s a night that’s sure to please any ear.
- Zanda Wilson