Take a look around the country to some of the best events happening this weekend.
Brisbane The biggest event happening, nation wide, is obviously Splendour In The Grass. Only a two hour drive south of Brisbane in Byron Bay, you can see the likes of Stormzy, Schoolboy Q, RL Grime, Lil Yachty and more hit the stage all in one place. 21 - 23 July North Byron Parklands Sold Out
Sydney LA-based British musician, producer and DJ Bonobo will be playing headline shows in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth while he's in the country for Splendour In The Grass. This is the first time he has visited since his sold out DJ tour in 2015, but this time he’s bringing his full band to celebrate his latest release ‘Migration’. Saturday, 22 July Hordern Pavilion Tickets
Melbourne American rapper, Lil Yachty is also playing a short run of sideshows while he's in Australia for Splendour In The Grass and is due to play Melbourne this weekend before moving on to Perth and then Auckland. Saturday, 22 July Prince Boardroom Tickets
Perth RL Grime is playing a string of shows in Australia as part of his biggest headline tour yet, including his appearance at Splendour In The Grass. His live show has been celebrated as "an unparalleled force” and has graced the biggest festival stages across the world (Coachella - LA, Lollapalooza - Buenos Aires, STORM - Shanghai etc). With only 1 album out, over 100 million plays on his songs, rave reviews and magazine covers, he has quickly become the darling of the dance world. Saturday, 22 July HBF Stadium Tickets
Adelaide Following the release of his UK chart-topping debut album ‘Gang Signs & Prayer’, South London MCStormzyis returning to Australian shores for a headline tour. Alongside a slot atSplendour In The Grass 2017, the multi-award winning UK grime phenomenon will treat his ever-growing audience to shows inPerth, Adelaide, Sydney and Melbourne. Friday, 21 July Thebarton Theatre Tickets
Gold Coast Perth DJ Sunshine will be turning it up at Elsewhere bar with Adun and Lockhart. Earning her stripes in a myriad of different spaces around Melbourne, what sets Sunshine apart from the rest is sheer versatility—you’re just as likely to hear bleeding-edge techno alongside tech house, house and disco all in the space of one beer. Friday, 21 July Elsewhere Tickets