RNB Fridays Live is bringing out massive names alongside Jackson, who is heading to Australia off the back of an acclaimed Vegas residency, and is celebrating the 30th anniversary of her landmark album Rhythm Nation. She’ll will be joined by The Black Eyed Peas and 50 Cent for starters.
Gillette T20’s are full of non-stop family entertainment with loads of activities and great music, all packed into a few short hours.
This match is the last of a three-match series. Will our Aussies be victorious, or will Pakistan score a win?
Fed Cup tennis final to be played in Perth for first time in almost 50 years, starring Ash Barty.
World number two Ashleigh Barty will lead Team Australia when it plays France in the two-day event on November 9 and 10, the first time WA has hosted the final since 1971.
Tourism Minister Paul Papalia said the state was set to see its biggest year in sport on record, expecting the event to attract more interstate as well as international visitors to Perth.
This year the city will shine brighter with 27 mesmerizing Christmas light installations and vibrant Christmas decorations lighting up the evenings.
Select from three mapped out journeys throughout the Perth CBD, Northbridge and East Perth or go your own way as you marvel at the stunning animated lights, festive street decorations, lively projections and festivities that brighten malls, streets and parks across the city.
There will be roving entertainment on each Friday and Saturday nights at Forrest Chase, Rain Square, Kings Square and Perth Cultural Centre. Plus entertainment throughout the malls during the day each Saturday and Sunday.
On the launch night there will be various roaming entertainment, plus an appearance from Santa at Stirling Gardens, next to the Santa sleigh and more!
With what promises to be very special concerts from “the biggest band in the world”, this is a much anticipated return by the band to Australia for the first time since the record-shattering U2 360° Tour in 2010.
The Joshua Tree Tour is a celebration of the original album and tour of the same name undertaken by U2 in 1987 and features the complete album played in sequence along with a selection of highlights from U2’s extensive catalogue of songs. The innovative staging includes a specially commissioned series of haunting and evocative films from Dutch photographer, film-maker and long-time collaborator Anton Corbijn – whose iconic photography accompanied the original recording – in brilliant 8k resolution on a 200 x 45 foot cinematic screen, the largest high-res LED screen every used in a touring show.
13 years after he played the city to a record-breaking 22,000-strong audience, Sir Elton John returns to bid his final farewell.
Don’t miss your first chance to be at the new North Queensland Stadium, and your last chance to see Elton!
Paul Kelly’s Making Gravy tour will make its Perth debut at Stadium Park at Optus Stadium.
Some of Australia and New Zealand’s finest musical exports, Courtney Barnett, Kate Miller-Heidke, and Marlon Williams, will join the legendary songwriter on this world class line-up on the Making Gravy tour.
The Making Gravy tour kicks off the festive season celebrations with the music of Paul Kelly’s four decade-long career, reserving a special place for the Christmas classic ‘How To Make Gravy’. The special guests, selected by Paul, elevate the outdoor concert series to a new level, highlighting the best and brightest local talent in today’s scene.
It’s a new era of cricket in WA with the stadium hosting its maiden Day-Night Test and the first Test against New Zealand for the series.
Get your family and friends together head to the stadium to soak up the Day-Night atmosphere while watching Australia take on New Zealand.
This summer’s Big Bash League will kick off on December 17 with the winner of the ninth edition of the tournament to be crowned on February 8 after a revamped five-match finals format.
The new format will see the top five qualify for the finals, with fourth and fifth needing to win four consecutive matches to take out the trophy while first and second have the security of a second chance to make the decider.
Start the festive season early and come down to the Stadium on your Saturday night to view some of Australia’s best cricketers in action!
Lifelong Australian fans and new converts will be thrilled with the news that Queen original band members Brian May and Roger Taylor are teaming up once more with long-time front man Adam Lambert on lead vocals and returning to Australia in February 2020 with a brand-new, spectacular stadium production – The Rhapsody Tour.
The soaring success of the film Bohemian Rhapsody, the highest grossing music biopic of all time, has proven that the love for Queen remains as strong as ever.
Since Adam Lambert first shared the stage with Queen for the 2009 American Idol final, his dynamic performances have reinvigorated the band and delighted fans worldwide. Since then May and Taylor’s musical fireworks have been matched by Lambert’s vocal prowess and stage presence, making for an explosive combination. Over 180 gigs later, the partnership has proven a commercial and critical triumph, playing to enraptured full houses in every corner of the world.
Brian May: “This is a great opportunity. Our last tour featured our most ambitious production ever and got us our best notices ever. So we decided to rip it apart and get even more ambitious! Watch out, Australia! “
Adam Lambert: “We have a brand-new visual spectacle that will reframe these iconic songs and we are excited to reveal the show to Australian fans!”
When Freddie sang The Show Must Go On all those years back, even he couldn’t have guessed that Queen music would still be thrilling audiences. Next summer, the stadium stages of Australia will be well and truly rocked again.