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‘Everybody Wants to Rule the World’ - Rock classics and pop anthems reimagined.
Stand-out sets from Jimmy Cliff, Santana and Paul Simon showed why the Blues Fest remains one of the country's most fulfilling music festivals.
A Sydney Symphony concert featuring soloist Joyce Yang on piano.
From bands, ensembles and choral groups to Indigenous pantomime and cabaret, this festival has the performing arts covered.
The visual arts program at this biennial regional festival features a broad range of exhibitions, floor talks, and open studios.
Loon Lake, Oh Mercy and local up-and-comers Oceanics kicked off this Gold Coast arts and music festival last Friday night.
Australian hip-hop performers Seven, Diafrix and Urthboy were in fine form at this Gold Coast music festival.
After a slow start, the Melbourne leg of the St. Jerome's Laneway Festival once again proved it's one of the most fun and progressive music festivals around.
Four days of live music, comedy and better living through chemistry.
Harvest 2012 was close to being the perfect music festival experience.
This rustic festival, inspired by the vision of a local teenager who wanted to celebrate the ‘music in the hills’, pays homage to the tradition of folk and bluegrass music.
Featuring a broad range of films from Israel and the Jewish Diaspora, including 24 Australian premieres, there’s a lot to see at this year’s festival. Let us help you choose.
The second Antenna Documentary Film Festival screens over 30 feature documentaries; our reviewers look at some of the program's highlights.
A challenging and diverse range of contemporary dance works were presented at this inaugural Perth festival, which also hosted the Australian Dance Awards.
You know someone's having a good time when there’s a meridian of Melbourne’s finest cops circling the base of a tree. Welcome to Laneway Festival 2012.
FRINGE WORLD: A program of small-scale theatre, dance and live-art, Proximity is for those who like the idea of being the performance, not just watching it.
Last year there was a new kid on the festival block called Sugar Mountain. But a babe, it was experiencing a few teething problems. This year it's back in its awkward teenage incarnation.
MULLUMBIMBY: With so many musicians, from overseas, interstate and everything in between, converging on one little tidy town, the 2011 Mullum Music Festival was truly amazing.
BOFA: Tasmania's Breath Of Fresh Air Film Festival is in its infancy, but its promise is undersocred by having gained the rights to the debut screening of Luke Doolan's new short, Cryo.
MELBOURNE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA: One of the standout events in the MSO’s Beethoven Festival, this performance featured two symphonies: the Second and the legendary Fifth.
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