Top 10 Sydney Revelry On this week 06/06/2021

It’s bloody freezing, right?


10) The Agincourt Vol. 11

12th June

What: Located in the heart of the Sydney CBD, The 871 Band Room presents The Agincourt. Get ready for a night not to forget as the acts will be bringing you the finest in Sydney’s indie rock scene from a range of up and comers.

Why: Come see if Sydney’s nightlife has recovered since the…1970s. When Sydney had a nightlife.


9) Winter Wine Festival

13th June

What: The largest winery on the South Coast will be hosting our annual Winter Wine Festival. This year they will be showcasing some of the best local sustainable South Coast produce, including a beautiful selection of hand made quality wines alongside brilliant musicians such as SAFIA, The Rubens, Alice Ivy, The Dardi Shades, Boom Child & more!

Why: Warm yourself by torturing your liver.


8) AM//PM: Long Weekend Party

12th June

What: Sydney! It’s been a LONG time between drinks, and they’ve heard your cries for the return of AM//PM, so they’re popping up for a special one night only party for the June Long Weekend. They’re going full party mode across 4 floors at The Burdekin with the best of emo, pop and punk.

Why: This ain’t a scene, it’s goddamn the same old s***.


7) Jameson House of Rounds

11th-13th June

What: Experience a free live music festival at Vic on the Park this June long weekend! Featuring The Murlocs, Kwame, Clypso, Hatchie and more!

Why: Get pissed in a park. Also there’ll be some sort of music.


6) Afterdigm Sydney: Simon Patterson & Will Atkinson

11th June

What: Sydney siders, it’s time to rejoice as Paradigm Festival & Fly High Events presents Afterdigm Sydney, featuring Will Atkinson and Simon Patterson. Both the artists have been working hard to bring you deep, journeyful sets.

Why: The journey’s still roughly the same. Two doors down to the left is where the guy will sell you the stuff that makes club music tolerable.


5) SurfLife Music Festival

11th June

What: Experience two great nights of music headlined by The Terrys and The Blues Preachers. There is also loads of free live music around the streets of Gerringong and a Surfboard swap meet during the day on Saturday!

Why: Turns out The Beach Boys’ legacy didn’t just mar pop music, it got its hands on the blues too.


4) Gemma Navarrete: Live

8th June

What: Singer/songwriter Gemma Navarrete is a Western Sydney based musician who creates RnB/pop-infused music with concise, poetic lyrics that intend to story tell and immerse audiences in a unique experience. Experience her live.

Why: A musician who writes songs with stories in them? How unique.


3) Metal United Down Under

12th June

What: The idea is simple: Every weekend there are local shows with a few metal bands. Let’s put those under one banner (aka Metal United Down Under) and let them happen on the same date. Those who are putting on their usual 3-4 band lineup are welcome as are those who use the opportunity for a whole day festival super event.

Why: Come for the music, leave hearing impaired.


2) Glitterland

11th June

What: The main arena of Home The Venue will be transformed into a glamorous world of bling and glitz, sparkle and shimmer, diamonds and gold, and of course, (bio-degradable) glitter! with over 1000 of you partying the night away this June Long Weekend. Featuring a stellar line-up of Sydney’s finest DJ’s, Drag Queens and dancers, GLITTERLAND is headlined by our very own home grown and international Drag/DJ sensation KITTY GLITTER with an exclusive extended 4 hour DJ set/show that will have you caught up in a glitter storm!

Why: You’ve successfully avoided drowning in your own mucus. Celebrate by drowning in glitter.


1) Dregg: The Internet Tour

12th June

What: Metalcore and rap outfit DREGG will be taking their bombastic live show around the country this winter to celebrate their latest single ‘INTERNET’.

Why: A combination of two styles that should never work together, and then don’t.

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