Events

Red Bull Music Presents is Returning to Sydney & Melbourne in August for a 3-Day Celebration

Red Bull Music today reveals it will return to Sydney and Melbourne at the end of the month for a three-day celebration of musical collaboration and genre-pushing sounds. Starring spiritual jazz guru Lonnie Liston Smith, on his first-ever Australian visit, and a hometown performance from Sydney’s hip-hop hero, Manu Crook$, Red Bull Music’s August offering is set to impress. Click through for more details.

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Wu-Tang Clan is Coming to Sydney in December!

Yes, that headline reads correctly. Hip-hop legends Wu-Tang Clan have announced they are coming back to Australia with FOUR exclusive shows for their fans. All nine members will play the acclaimed ‘Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)’ album in full for the first time at the Sydney Opera House this December.

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Spilt Milk Have Revealed A Massive Line-Up for 2018!

One of Australia’s most hyped destination festivals Spilt Milk has dropped a stellar 2018 lineup, fronted by hip hop superstar Childish Gambino. Bringing eager punters the best in indie, electronic and hip-hop, the festival will be touching down in Canberra this November. Kicking the summer festival season off, alongside Gambino will join internationals The Wombats, fresh off their stint at Splendour In The Grass, RL Grime and YG. Click through for more details.

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US R&B Star Jhené Aiko Announces She’s Heading Down Under in September

Grammy-nominated pop singer Jhene Aiko will bring her latest album, Trip, to Australia this September for a run of “electrifying” live show. The tour arrives off the back of releasing her sophomore album Trip, supporting Drake across his 39-city North American tour as well as collaborating with artists like Kendrick Lamar, Big Sean, Vince Staples and more.
Click through for details of where and when you can see her.

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Take a Look Inside the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s “Heavenly Bodies” Exhibition

The Costume Institute organises a spring exhibition each year, the opening of which on the first Monday in May is accompanied by The Met Gala – one of the most eagerly anticipated events in the annual fashion calendar.
This year’s theme ‘Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination’ explores how the religion’s imagery and symbolism has impacted contemporary haute-couture and ready-to-wear designs. Click through for more details and a sneak peek into the exhibition which is open to the public from May 10.

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