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Upcoming events

CSVPA Student performance night
Mar 28 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm
CSVPA Student performance night

End of term performance, featuring students from the CSVPA popular music program.

DEEP CITY with special guests Sarpa Salpa, Basement Strippers and Little Hand Feet
Apr 11 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Deep City EP release featuring Sarpa Salpa, Basement Strippers and Little Hand Feet.

Doors – 7PM

Merchandise such as posters, CDs, and T-Shirts will be available at the gig (Subject to availability)

Bundles are available from WeGotTickets.

Green Mind presents FONDA 500
Jun 14 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Green Mind presents FONDA 500

Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult

Governments rise and fall, seasons wax and wane, fashions change, millions die and millions are born, but two things remains constant: Fonda 500 keep churning out nuggets of pop gold and vocalist and keyboard wrangler Simon Stone is still welded into a bear hat.

For the uninitiated, take Super Furry Animals sense of the surreal and way round a pop hook, the chugging guitars of Weezer and the twinkly keys of Grandaddy. Make them part of your life.

A Bit of a Blur (Blur tribute)
Aug 30 @ 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm

‘Why do we love Blur? Why does anyone? I am guessing it has to be the uniquely brilliant, surprisingly sophisticated but deceptively simple pop intuition which powered hit after hit in an era where you had to be credible artists on one hand and compete with Kylie for airplay on the other. No one did it quite like Blur.
How do you lay claim to being the best Blur tribute? I don’t think that is up to the band, only the audience can decide. Audiences that know what a Blur live show was all about will recognise the irreverence, the weirdly arrogant self efacing demeanour, the serious musicianship and the throw away punk energy. If that doesn’t float your your boat then I am guessing you probably don’t even like Blur.’

Green Mind presents MARTHA
Sep 3 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Green Mind presents MARTHA

Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult

From their sudden and deliberate first chord on Love Keeps Kicking, beloved British punk collective Martha announce their intent to kick back. Across 11 tracks, these daughters and sons of Pity Me, England, show that, while our world might be in spiral, there is still plenty worth fighting for.

In many ways Love Keeps Kicking is a breakup record, with each song inhabiting different parts of the process. “This year blew my world apart” sings guitarist/vocalist Daniel Ellis on album opener “Heart is Healing.” With lush vocal harmonies (and one of the best riffs in Martha’s discography) “Healing” explores the uncomfortable period between love’s end, and when the heart is ready to move on.

Genesis Visible Touch (Phil Collins era Genesis tribute)
Oct 6 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

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