Nazeem Hussain is this month’s headliner for Fresh Comedy. Catch him at Launceston’s Royal Oak on Friday.
Your guide to the gigs around Tasmania this weekend, plus the shows you should be grabbing tickets for in the future.
Start your weekend with an eveningof laughs, courtesy of the guys behindFRESH COMEDY. This month, they’re bringing downNAZEEM HUSSAINto headline the show. Hussain will be supported byAndy Collings, Danny Pennacchio and Maedi Pritchard. You can catch ‘em all on Friday from 8.30pm at the Royal Oak in Launceston. Fresh Comedy regularly sells out, so you’re best to get your tickets ahead of time from trybooking南京夜网. Reserved seating is $20, and general admission is $15. Door tickets are$20.
Hobart bandYOUTH FACTIONare making the journey up the Midland Highway for a slot at Launceston’s Club 54 on Saturday. They’ll be playing withCARDINELSandEVEGOWEN.You can catch all three acts from 9pm. Entry is $5.
Across the state, you can catch theUP THE GUTSnational tour. The tour featuresScott and Charlenes Wedding, Skotdrakula, Ben Wright Smith, and Jack and Jo, and it goes pretty much everywhere in the country. The starting point is Tassie, at the Brisbane Hotel in Hobart on Friday night, and Launceston’s Royal Oak on Saturday. Tickets are $12, available through eventbrite南京夜网
Flip your calendar over a few pages to August 6. Launceston is set for an invasion, with Melbourne punk bands FOXTROTandFOLEYcoming on down. Foxtrot have just released their new recordHabitatsand have been hitting up all corners of the East Coast to celebrate. You catch them in Launceston on the aforementioned date at Bakers Lane. They will also play Hobart’s Brisbane Hotel on August 5.
Something For Kate frontmanPAUL DEMPSEYis hitting the roadin support of his recently released solo albumStrange Loop. Dempsey will play two shows in Tasmania:September 15 at the Tapas Lounge Bar in Devonport,September 16 at Country Club Tasmania in Launceston, andSeptember 17 at the Republic Bar in Hobart. A handful of dates on this tour have already sold out, so if you’re keen, get in quick.
VERA BLUEis set to play at Club 54 in Launceston. She’ll be here on October 7, before playing at Hobart’s Republic Bar.
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