June's Top Music Events to Attend

Published June 4, 2024

Grentperez Takes Over Tumbalong Park

Western Sydney’s own Grentparez, also known as Grant Perez, is a young artist with an impressively soulful voice that defies his 22 years. After winning hearts with his covers and original songs like Cherry Wine, he's become a local sensation with millions of streams and an APRA award for emerging songwriter. Catch his free performance at Tumbalong Park on June 8, along with artists such as Budjerah and the hip-hop group 3%.

Yves Tumor's Genre-Defying Performance

Expect an exhilarating night with Yves Tumor, aka Sean Lee Bowie, at Carriageworks on June 10. Renowned for gender-bending theatrics and bold sounds, Yves Tumor has drawn comparisons to icons like Prince. With critically acclaimed albums and a spectacular live show, Yves promises an unforgettable experience.

Legendary No Fixed Address

The influential First Nations band No Fixed Address is set to rock the Machine Hall Precinct on June 12. Formed in 1979, the group’s powerful political messages and cultural pride have made them Australian icons. Their historic international tours and performances with music legends underline their enduring impact. Stray Blacks will add to the night's legendary status as the supporting act.

Blonde Redhead's Dream Pop Excellence

New York's Blonde Redhead, featuring Kazu Makino and the Pace twins, are set to enchant fans at the City Recital Hall on June 15. With over three decades of creating spellbinding dream pop, the band's longevity and the resurgence with their latest album underscore their status in the music world. Will their gig attract an interesting mix of indie-rock enthusiasts and Rick & Morty fans? There's only one way to find out.

Jess Ribeiro's Intimate Musical Experience

Experience the raw intimacy of Jess Ribeiro’s indie-folk music at The Great Club on June 22. Ribeiro’s latest album, Summer of Love, touches on the themes of lockdown life with humor and hope. A live session promises to amplify the emotional depth of her songwriting.

June is packed with other musical treasures too, from the iconic Dirty Three and popular Aussie acts like Missy Higgins and Luke Hemings, to international names like Marlon Williams and Tirzah. Whether it's hip-hop, pop, or something more classic like the beats of Boney M, there's something for every music lover this month.

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