2 February 2017
2017 marks 25 years of The Waifs! To celebrate and commemorate, the band will be hitting the road for a mammoth national tour, and are releasing their fourteen track studio album, ‘Ironbark’, to celebrate 25 years. Recorded in true Waifs style in a make shift studio in the unfinished kitchen of Josh Cunningham’s rural retreat on the NSW South Coast across two weeks.
‘Ironbark’ is a double album made for their incredibly loyal and loving fan base, for those who have been there from the start, and for those who have become fans of the band along the way.
Playing at in Denmark on the 5th March 2017, we cannot wait to welcome the Waifs back to Castelli Estate.
Tickets and transport available now through Oztix.
The Cat Empire
17 February 2016
Australia’s favourite summer party band The Cat Empire will be back in WA in March for a three special metropolitan and regional shows in Western Australia’s best summer venues.
As well as performing all the favourite anthems, hits and memories from across their six albums to date – they’ll also bring the explosive and infectious tracks from their all-singing, all dancing new album Rising With The Sun, which will be released globally on March 11, 2016 (The new single Wolves is out now).
Western Australian audiences have been responsible for some of the bands best nights ever so it is fitting that these three shows in warm and sunny WA are the very first on their 2016 global album tour. Here is where West Australians can get amongst the action on the grass and under the stars with one of Australia’s most loved, most excellent and most fun bands; The Cat Empire.
18+ Event, Under 18s admitted with Parent or Guardian.
Icehouse: In Concert
2 January 2016
With a career spanning over 35 years, it’s hard to believe that there are any firsts left to achieve for this highly accomplished band, but with the announcement today that icons of the Australian Music Industry, ICEHOUSE, will also be releasing their very first Live album, ICEHOUSE: In Concert, the band has proven once again that their reputation as mainstays of the country’s music scene is not about to change any time soon.