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TRY: Getting to these Melbourne gigs.

The novelty of being able to enjoy live music again is yet to wear off for us. There’s nothing more quintessentially ‘Melbourne’ than spending Friday nights at a gig or sunny afternoons at a music festival in the Yarra Valley. With some of the world’s biggest artists touring Australia in the next couple of months alongside a host of incredible local acts, we decided to put together a gig guide to keep your calendar booked right through ’til March.

Julia Jacklin – The Forum, Feb 28th & March 1st
The darling of the Australian indie pop scene, Julia Jacklin has wooed audiences since 2016 with her direct lyrics, dreamy vocals and captivating hooks. She’s currently touring her new Aria-nominated album ‘Pre Pleasure’, which explores themes of adolescent confusion, new love and family ties. Balancing playfulness and emotion in perfect harmony, we think it’s her best yet.
Book tickets here.

Aus Open Live Music – Kia Arena, Jan 27th – 29th
Catch the likes of BENEE, Thelma Plum, Flight Facilities and Montaigne at the Australian Open Finals Festival. Vanessa Amorosi will also be headlining the Friday night for the ultimate early 2000s throwback. Tickets can be purchased for an additional $5 with your ground pass or for $34 on their own – steal!
Book tickets here.

SummerSalt Yarra Valley – Rochford Wines, Feb 4th
Kick back in the afternoon sun – crisp Pinot Gris in hand – and enjoy the sweet sounds of Australia’s favourite indie artists, both local and international. Amongst lush vineyards and rolling vines, you’ll be treated to a stellar show by the likes of Angus & Julia Stone, Ben Harper, Middle Kids and more. Esky optional, picnic chair essential, little ones welcome.
Book tickets here.

NGV Friday Nights – NGV, Every Friday Until April 14
Check out the groundbreaking exhibition, Alexander McQueen: Mind, Mythos, Muse, before having a boogie to some of Melbourne’s best DJs and bands in the NGV’s Great Hall and Garden. Noteworthy acts include Banoffee, Electric Fields, Mabel, Afrodesiac and Kee’ahn. Setting the backdrop is the NGV’s 2022 Architecture Commission: Temple of Boom – an ode to classical architecture and Ancient Greece.
No need for tickets, it’s free!

Fred again.. – The Forum, Feb 1
Fusing samples from the unlikeliest of sources (from Youtube clips to his personal FaceTime conversations) with ethereal synths and percussive beats, the London producer known as ‘Fred again..’ has cultivated a unique sound cementing him among the world’s favourite DJs. Catch him at The Forum or headlining Laneway Festival on Feb 11 to experience the transportive qualities of his otherworldly sounds.
Book tickets here.