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Michael Gudinski. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Michael Gudinski. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Australian Open Lines Up Music Fest For Tennis 2017

by Paul Cashmere on December 1, 2016

in News

The Australian Open has managed to do something good with the same thing the AFL manages to fuck up every year… live music at a sporting match.

“Once again, Mushroom Events is thrilled to be involved in curating the 2017 schedule of artists to perform during the Australian Open,” said Mushroom Group Chairman Michael Gudinski.

“The live music program has grown over the past few years and established itself as a key addition to the greatest Tennis Tournament in the world. The variety of music on offer is appealing to all ages.”

The Australian Open has gathered a credible line-up of Australian and international acts including a superband featuring Jon Stevens, Daryl Braithwaite and Ross Wilson.

Missy Higgins has teamed with Archie Roach, The Temper Trap with Jack River and DMA’s with Bad//Dreems along with performances by The Living End, Birds of Tokyo and Jimmy Eat World for nine days of live music at the Australian Open in Melbourne in January.

Some of the shows including Missy Higgins and Tkay Maidza are free.

Australian Open line-up 2017

Sat 14 Jan | Tkay Maidza (free event)
With special guests Mashd N Kutcher + Passerine

Sun 15 Jan | Missy Higgins (free event)
With special guests Archie Roach + Ben Abrahams

Mon 16 Jan | Birds Of Tokyo
With special guests The Belligerents + Rival Fire

Tue 17 Jan | Superband with Jon Stevens/ Daryl Braithwaite/ Ross Wilson
With special guests Cookin on 3 Burners + Abbey Stone

Wed 18 Jan | The Temper Trap
With special guest Jack River

Thu 19 Jan | The Living End
With special guests Bennies + The Sand Dollars

Fri 20 Jan | Jimmy Eat World (USA)

Sat 21 Jan | Peking Duk
With special guest Drezo

Sun 22 Jan | DMA’S
With special guests Bad//Dreems + Slowly Slowly

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