Two of Australia's best known singers are teaming up for a must-see show at Panthers.
enjoy a night of incredible music whilst supporting a good cause at Blue Mountains Theatre.
Hailed as the world’s youngest tenor, and one of Australia’s best, Mark Vincent rose to prominence after winning the third season of ‘Australia’s Got Talent’ in 2009.
For Toni Childs, it was an open mic night in Huntington Beach that she sung at as a child which saw her driven to be involved with music forever.
Catherine Alcorn is bringing her highly regarded Bette Midler show to western Sydney.
Hot on the heels of her chart-topping album ‘Songbird’, superstar soprano Mirusia is currently touring the country and will make The Joan in Penrith one of her upcoming stops.
Though the chances of seeing the original Pink Floyd in the flesh are slim, Echoes of Pink Floyd is the next best thing, and they’re making their way to the EVAN Theatre in September.
For any music fans from the early to mid 2000’s, Fatman Scoop would have had you raising your hands and dancing through the clubs to 'Be Faithful'.
Despite being an audience favourite from the beginning, no one was more surprised watching the finale of ‘The Voice’ last year than Bella Taylor Smith, who watched herself take the crown from the comfort of her home.
The Killer Queen Experience will have you thinking you’re seeing the real thing.
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.