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iHeartRadio Festival 2014 – Allphones Arena, Sydney Featuring Miley Cyrus, Redfoo And More!

She surprised us all when she brought a homeless young man as her date to the VMAs, and now Miley Cyrus has surprised fans yet again, as the headline act for the debut of Australia’s iHeartRadio Festival in Sydney this October.

Already in town for the Sydney leg of her Bangerz Tour, Miley will share the stage with one half of the LMFAO duo, and recent glassing victim, Redfoo. The lineup also boasts Adelaide pop-rock trio At Sunset, Ghanaian-born Australian hip-hop artist Miracle, who will hit the road as part of 360’s Utopia Tour next week, and DJ duo The Faders.

Alt-J Australian Tour October 2014 – Enmore Theatre, Sydney

Last week, Triple J tempted listeners with the promise of a “mystery” tour announcement on The Doctor’s segment. Alas, the mystery has been solved, with the unveiling of two Alt-J shows in October.

Soundwave Festival 2015 Lineup And Ticket Info – Brisbane Showgrounds, Queensland

Extra! Extra! Read all about it. The Soundwave 2015 lineup is massive, and there’s no doubt about it. After months of speculations and rumours, Promoter AJ Maddah has reached into his bag of tricks and pulled out a stellar lineup of hard rock heavyweights from the last 25 years. Leading the charge are Faith No More, Slipknot, Soundgarden, Marilyn Manson and Slash.

Soundwave Festival 2015 Lineup And Ticket Info – Bonython Park, Adelaide, South Australia

Extra! Extra! Read all about it. The Soundwave 2015 lineup is massive, and there’s no doubt about it. After months of speculations and rumours, Promoter AJ Maddah has reached into his bag of tricks and pulled out a stellar lineup of hard rock heavyweights from the last 25 years. Leading the charge are Faith No More, Slipknot, Soundgarden, Marilyn Manson and Slash.

Dream Theater Australian Tour 2014 – Palais Theatre, Melbourne

American prog-metal outfit Dream Theater will return to Aussie shores for a two-date tour, which will see the band play in Sydney and Melbourne this October as part of An Evening With Dream Theater Tour.

The tour marks the band’s first visit Down Under in five years, meaning the five-piece will bring two more studio albums, 2011’s A Dramatic Turn Of Events and 2013′s self-titled album, to Australian fans. Dream Theater’s latest addition, drummer Mike Mangini, will also be joining the band for their short Australian visit.

The 1975 Australian Tour 2015 – The Marquee, Brisbane Showgrounds, (All Ages)

They may have only just left Aussie shores three weeks ago, but UK pop-rock outfit The 1975 has announced that they will return to Australia in January 2015.

Touring across Australia last month as part of Splendour In The Grass Festival, the trendy Brit rockers played four sold-out sideshows. Venues were upgraded, second shows were added, and it was pretty clear that the four-piece are a musical force to be reckoned with.

The 1975 Australian Tour 2015 – Hordern Pavilion, Sydney

They may have only just left Aussie shores three weeks ago, but UK pop-rock outfit The 1975 has announced that they will return to Australia in January 2015.

Touring across Australia last month as part of Splendour In The Grass Festival, the trendy Brit rockers played four sold-out sideshows. Venues were upgraded, second shows were added, and it was pretty clear that the four-piece are a musical force to be reckoned with.

The 1975 Australian Tour 2015 – Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide

If their ticket sales aren’t enough of an indication, the UK pop rockers just announced an Adelaide show for their January 2015 tour.

Following the cries and pleas of fans, who started an online petition, the awesome foursome will play an all-ages show at Thebarton Theater in Adelaide on Saturday January 10. Their visit marks the first headline show in the South Australian city since their Big Day Out appearance earlier this year.

Watsky Announces ‘All You Can Do’ Australian Tour 2014

The tour comes in support of his new album, All You Can Do, which was released earlier this month. Debuting at number one on the US iTunes Hip Hop Chart, as well as number six on the mainstream US iTunes Chart, All You Can Do is a 16-track reflection of Watsky’s journey thus far – covering everything from his relationship with his parents, dealing with a recent illness, and the infamous Vans Warped Tour incident (the rapper broke a woman’s arm and hospitalised another man when he leapt 35ft from lighting rig).

Soundwave Festival 2015 Lineup And Ticket Info – Olympic Park, Sydney, New South Wales

Extra! Extra! Read all about it. The Soundwave 2015 lineup is massive, and there’s no doubt about it. After months of speculations and rumours, Promoter AJ Maddah has reached into his bag of tricks and pulled out a stellar lineup of hard rock heavyweights from the last 25 years. Leading the charge are Faith No More, Slipknot, Soundgarden, Marilyn Manson and Slash.

Soundwave Festival 2015 Lineup And Ticket Info – Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne, Victoria

Extra! Extra! Read all about it. The Soundwave 2015 lineup is massive, and there’s no doubt about it. After months of speculations and rumours, Promoter AJ Maddah has reached into his bag of tricks and pulled out a stellar lineup of hard rock heavyweights from the last 25 years. Leading the charge are Faith No More, Slipknot, Soundgarden, Marilyn Manson and Slash.

Dream Theater Australian Tour 2014 – The Big Top, Sydney

American prog-metal outfit Dream Theater will return to Aussie shores for a two-date tour, which will see the band play in Sydney and Melbourne this October as part of An Evening With Dream Theater Tour.

The tour marks the band’s first visit Down Under in five years, meaning the five-piece will bring two more studio albums, 2011’s A Dramatic Turn Of Events and 2013′s self-titled album, to Australian fans. Dream Theater’s latest addition, drummer Mike Mangini, will also be joining the band for their short Australian visit.

The 1975 Australian Tour 2015 – The Tivoli, Brisbane (All Ages)

They may have only just left Aussie shores three weeks ago, but UK pop-rock outfit The 1975 has announced that they will return to Australia in January 2015.

Touring across Australia last month as part of Splendour In The Grass Festival, the trendy Brit rockers played four sold-out sideshows. Venues were upgraded, second shows were added, and it was pretty clear that the four-piece are a musical force to be reckoned with.

The 1975 Australian Tour 2015 – Festival Hall, Melbourne

They may have only just left Aussie shores three weeks ago, but UK pop-rock outfit The 1975 has announced that they will return to Australia in January 2015.

Touring across Australia last month as part of Splendour In The Grass Festival, the trendy Brit rockers played four sold-out sideshows. Venues were upgraded, second shows were added, and it was pretty clear that the four-piece are a musical force to be reckoned with.

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