25 Nov Ripe’s Weekly Gig Guide (24/11/16)
Photo by Sarah Chavdaroska
Music venues around Melbourne house some of the best local and international acts. We’ve compiled our top five picks for gigs this week so you don’t miss out. Be a part of one of the best live music cities in the world, and check out some of our favourite artists and venues.
|Friday, 25th November||Tickets Here|
Tiny Little Houses are in Melbourne tonight for their Snow Globe EP tour.
Joining them on stage at Howler are two other Melbourne-based favs, DARTS and Jarrow.
|Friday, 25th November||Sold Out|
The Night Cat is hosting the Boiler Room Melbourne Rhythm Section Takeover tonight, in conjunction with Heads with Tales.
The lineup for the sold-out night includes Bradley Zero, Chaos In The CBD, Prequel, S I L E N T J A Y & Jace XL and 30/70.
|Saturday, 26th November||Buy Tickets|
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard have curated an incredible lineup for their day festival Gizzfest, which is at the Coburg Veledrome on Saturday.
The event kicks off at midday and features Pond, White Fence, The Murlocs, Mild High Club, Stonefield, Jaala, as well as the curators themselves and more.
|Saturday, 26th November||Tickets on the door|
Lost Weekend at Boney this Saturday night is playing host to Tornado Wallace, with support from Dante Peaks, Soul Crane, Myles Mac, Pjenné and a handful more talented pals.
It’s Tornado Wallace’s first show after a long time travelling, and sure to be a celebration following the recent announcement of his upcoming debut LP, Lonely Planet.
|Sunday, 27th November||Tickets here|
Yet another great Sunday at The Gasometer, this week sees the first of Lady Grey‘s artfully curated Sunday Best.
UK-based producer Cleric will be joined by Reflec (also from the UK), with both are set to play epic three hour sets. Strap yourselves in for a huge day.