Thursday, May 26, 2022

Concerts

Love is still in the air: John Paul Young to play St Marys Band...

50 years ago, the world was introduced to music icon, John Paul Young. But, some might find it hard to believe that his musical journey, which began five years earlier, almost never was.

Casey plays her faves at Penrith gig

Casey Donovan has made quite a name for herself in the music industry as one of the country’s best and most versatile entertainers.

Anthony Callea is bringing us together again

Having captured audiences with his stellar vocals and commanding stage presence for upwards of 18 years, Anthony Callea is now considered one of Australia’s finest entertainers.

Nothing’s stopping Normie: ’60s hitmaker ready for Penrith show

Normie Rowe will appear in Penrith next month.

Calling all baby boomers: Dinah Lee, Normie Rowe and Jade Hurley to perform in...

‘Three Legends in Concert’ will see a trio of talented musicians transport audiences back to the great memories and music of the ‘60s.

Bliss n Eso to mix old favourites with new music at Penrith gig

One of the country’s finest hip hop acts, Bliss n Eso, will bring their electric energy and unmatchable flow to Penrith next year.

Christmas spectacle at Penrith Ice Palace

As temperatures outside rise, the inside of the ice skating rink remains perfect for rugging up with a hot chocolate and watching some of the state’s best skaters.

Aussie country icon John Williamson to play in Penrith

Legendary Aussie musician John Williamson will be hitting the road once again to continue his ‘Winding Back’ tour he has been trying to complete since 2020.

Penrith Symphony Orchestra to get us in the Christmas spirit

After a tough year, Penrith Symphony Orchestra (PSO) will be returning to the concert hall to spread some Christmas cheer.

Kasey Chambers and Busby Marou to play Sydney Coliseum

Once lockdown is over there will be nothing better than getting together to share some laughs and stories.

Talented, silly and plenty of fun: Spooky Men’s Chorale coming to The Joan

The Spooky Men's Chorale will bring their harmonious blend of silly and sublime back to The Joan in July.

Legends on stage together in Penrith

Australian music icons Brian Cadd and Russell Morris will be bringing their long friendship that spans more than four decades to Penrith.

The Angels are back on the road

Emerging from lockdown, The Angels are ready to rock and reconnect with their fans right here in Penrith.

Police Band brings stage and screen classics to life

The Joan will host a very exciting Morning Melodies concert this month with the NSW Police Band playing ‘Music from the Stage & Screen’.

Bob’s still making memories and music

After many years in the industry, Kevin Mitchell – more commonly known these days as Bob Evans – is still finding ways to challenge himself and create great music.

Still an Idol: Anthony Callea set for Panthers show

17 years on, Australia still has a soft spot for Anthony Callea, the runner-up in season two of ‘Australian Idol’.

Lonnie Lee’s still making music and memories

After 60 years in the industry, Lonnie Lee is still going strong, bringing joy to his audiences by sharing his music all around Australia. Speaking...

A not-so-secret love for Doris

Country music singer Melinda Schneider has been working for two decades now, writing and recording albums and performing across Australia. She claims to have loved...

Travel back to the ’70s with fun show at Panthers

What’s not to love about the 1970s? Fun fashion, Woodstock, and most of all – fantastic music.

Shark ready to bite into 2021

Homegrown singer-songwriter Amy Shark has announced she will be headlining a national tour, which will kick off in June later this year. The ‘Cry Forever’...