The RiotACT Gig Guide (14 – 20 March)

Nathan Gubler 12 July 2018 1
Lady Denman will be hosting the Smith's Varietal at Smith's Alternative tonight from 9.30 pm. Photo: Supplied.

Lady Denman will be hosting the Smith’s Varietal at Smith’s Alternative tonight from 9.30 pm. Photo: Supplied.

This week, The RiotACT Gig Guide features Lady Denman, Canberra’s self-described “hottest new indie post-punk folk-apocalyptic jangly bliss pop band conquering the world in velvet”. If you want to hear exactly what that sounds like, they will be hosting the Smith’s Varietal tonight from 9.30 pm. They have gathered up a huge line-up which includes Chris Endrey and Rosie Heselev, check it out below!

The Next Movement is putting on another ripper show, with the Ansah Brothers headlining “Urban Groove Affair”, featuring the brilliant Lash, Cappo, Flimzy and hosted by Jedbrii at Transit on Thursday. The Basement is putting on some big shows this week, with Giants of Metal and QuestFest sporting some wonderfully brutal line-ups, including bands Taliesman, Beast Impalor, Saralisse, Stone Sovereign and many more. Kilroy, Happy Axe, Betty Alto and a band with the delightful name of Nic Cage & The Bad Seats are all playing around town at some point this St Pat’s Day weekend, so get planning!

And Art, Not Apart is on this weekend – check it out at New Acton. I am particularly keen for Babyfreeze’s Charity Single Launch, rallying around the cause to find a cure for death. A worthy cause indeed!

Wednesday 14th

Thursday 15th

Friday 16th

Saturday 17th

Sunday 18th

Monday 19th

Tuesday 20th

Check out our Gig Guide for upcoming world-class live music showcasing local talents, Australian artists, and international musical acts at some of the best venues in the country. Find out about the latest gallery and exhibition openings, new restaurants, all-day cultural events, family-friendly activities, and so much more. There truly is something on offer for everyone, no matter what tastes and interests you have.

Our What’s On page details the shows, events, and activities taking place over the coming days. We make it easy to plan your week, with all of the vital information in one place: when, where, who, and why.

So, get your diary ready and start making plans. It’s time to explore Canberra’s lively events calendar, and get the most out of life in our wonderful city.

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One Response to The RiotACT Gig Guide (14 – 20 March)
Nic Cage and The Bad Seats Nic Cage and The Bad Seats 10:55 pm 14 Mar 18

Thanks so much RiotACT for the plug! <3

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