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August, 2021


Single Release: Anna Smyrk – The Excavator

Anna Smyrk returns with her latest indie rock number ‘The Excavator’, lifted from her anticipated forthcoming EP, The Hour Between Us. Hailing from Central Victoria, the Melbourne artist has been winning over the hearts and ears of new and returning fans alike with her ever-evolving sound that ranges from cacophonous rock belters to danceable indie-pop melodies and heartbreaking folk ballads. Now, Anna is thrilled to celebrate the arrival of her latest single with the announcement that her fast-approaching EP, The Hour Between Us, will be released Thursday 7 October. Filling the big shoes of previous singleRead More

Richard Clapton national tour rescheduled to March 2022

Due to the current COVID-19 outbreaks in NSW and VIC, Frontier Touring and Premier Artists wish to advise that the ARIA-winning singer/songwriter Richard Clapton’s ‘Music Is Love’ national tour has been rescheduled to March 2022. Clapton initially kicked off his live run back in June, performing two sets per show at Brisbane’s QPAC Concert Hall (QLD) and Thirroul’s Anita’s Theatre (NSW). The shows were electric – a first half showcasing his #3 ARIA Album Music Is Love (1966-1970), followed by a second ‘Best Of’ set, featuring Clapton’s biggest legendary hits. The partyRead More

Two Australian Festivals To Require Proof of Covid-19 Vaccination For Entry in 2022

Two outback Australian festivals – the Big Red Bash and Mundi Mundi Bash – will require punters to show evidence they’ve been vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to receive entry to their 2022 events. Both events are organised by the Outback Music Festival Group, who said in a recent announcement that punters, staff, volunteers, contractors and vendors will all be subject to the festivals’ “no jab, no jive” policy next year. The Mundi Mundi Bash is planned to run in April of next year in Broken Hill, while the BigRead More

SPLENDOUR IN THE GRASS – Rescheduled to July 2022

Splendour in the Grass will reschedule to Friday 22 to Sunday 24 July 2022. In good news, GORILLAZ, THE STROKES and TYLER, THE CREATOR are all in for the new dates! “With vaccine rollout progressing more slowly than anticipated, we have made the decision to move the 20th Anniversary edition of the festival to July 2022.” said Splendour in the Grass co-founders Jessica Ducrou and Paul Piticco. “We are confident that moving the festival to July 2022 will finally see us enjoying Splendour In The Grass in all its glory. MoreRead More

***CANCELLED*** – Jimmy Barnes Australian ‘Flesh And Blood’ tour

**TOUR CANCELLED** Frontier Touring regretfully advises that due to the uncertainty of border restrictions around the current COVID outbreaks across Australia, Jimmy Barnes’ September Flesh And Blood Tour is cancelled and unable to be rescheduled. Jimmy said, “My band, my crew and music fans around the country are all doing it really tough right now so these latest round of cancelled gigs will be yet another kick in the guts for them at a really bad time. Hopefully if we all do the right things and get vaccinated as soon as possible then we’ll be enjoyingRead More

Bluesfest 2022

BLUESFEST RESCHEDULED TO EASTER 2022 FRIDAY 15TH APRIL – MONDAY 18TH APRIL 2022   “It is obvious that we cannot present Bluesfest in a safe manner in October, so we have re-scheduled back to our usual timing with dates over the Easter Long Weekend next year; a time we expect things to be returning to normal,” Bluesfest Festival Director, Peter Noble OAM said recently.” “We are a resilient bunch. We have worked so hard since May 2019 to make Bluesfest happen and, guess what, we are not giving up. We are immensely proudRead More


The UNIFY Gathering is officially back in 2022 and the festival is stoked to announce the stacked line-up of all-Australian artists that will be taking over Tarwin Meadows for one monumental weekend of heavy music chaos. From promising up and comers to triple j mainstays; nostalgic singalongs, guitar legends and striking storytellers to unapologetic punk-rockers and earthshattering breakdowns, UNIFY 2022 is serving up a plethora of heavy sounds that Aussie music fans can be proud of. Plus, it’s only going to get bigger with a second line-up announce coming! SoRead More

Movie Trailer – Palazzo Di Cozzo

Ageing patriarch, Franco Cozzo, holds court over an iconic furniture empire. A pioneer of low-fi television advertising, Franco’s tri-lingual catchphrase sparked a cult-of-personality as kitsch as his baroque bedheads. But his character is more than caricature. Franco’s journey from rural Sicily to the high streets of Melbourne is marked by fame, fortune and family drama. With ten children and a cult status to maintain, he’s a busy octogenarian. Meanwhile, his furniture tells its own story about Australia’s immigration history, gracing the homes of an evolving aspirational migrant class throughout theRead More

Movie Trailer – The Protege

Starring: Michael Keaton, Maggie Q, and Samuel L. Jackson, with Robert Patrick Directed by: Martin Campbell Produced by: Arthur Sarkissian, Moshe Diamant, Rob Van Norden, Yariv Lerner, Chris Milburn Executive Producers : Avi Lerner, Trevor Short, Jeffrey Greenstein, Jonathan Yunger, Boaz Davidson, Christa Campbell, Lati Grobman, Luke Daniels, Kyle Stroud, Balan Melarkode, Euzebio Munhoz Junior, Claiton R. Fernandes, Vladimir D. Fernandes, Simon Williams, Daniel Negret, Bruno Wu, Gareth West, Andrei Boncea, and Dragos Buliga SYNOPSIS: Rescued as a child by the legendary assassin Moody (Samuel L. Jackson) and trained in the family business, Anna (Maggie Q)Read More


Now in its 22nd year, the ST. ALI Italian Film Festival, presented by Palace Films, returns to cinema screens this September with the best new Italian films as well as classic gems of Italian cinema screening nationally in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Canberra and Byron Bay from 21 September. Organisers are delighted to announce two new venues: the iconic Pentridge Cinema and Cinema Nova Carlton in the heart of Melbourne’s ‘little Italy’, both presenting the Festival for the first time.   With a focus on contemporary cinema that tells the stories fromRead More