Live gigs, showcases, masterclasses & more.
ARIA Week returns to Sydney for its fourth year this month in what they are boasting as the biggest and most diverse line-up yet which includes Tonight Alive, Diesel with Jimmy Barnes, Havana Brown and Hoodoo Gurus among many more, as well as a special Q&A with US music industry icon, Lyor Cohen.
Presented in partnership with the NSW Government, ARIA Week is set to be bring the city alive with industry conferences, gigs and showcases.
Speaking on the addition of Cohen to the line-up, ARIA CEO Dan Rosen said, "ARIA is delighted to welcome Lyor Cohen to Sydney as the keynote speaker for this year’s ARIA Masterclass."
"With more than 30 years in the business, Lyor has been at the forefront of the global music industry. As a founder of Def Jam records he worked with many hip hop greats including Public Enemy, Jay Z and Kanye West to name a few. I look forward to him sharing some of the unique insights he has gathered from throughout his extensive career."
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The Electronic Music Conference will also be a key feature of ARIA Week this December, which aims to bring together some of the world's most influential electro music figures as well as a slew of aspiring artists for a two-day conference consisting of panels, workshops and networking opportunities.
Meanwhile the One For The Road benefit concert will also be included in ARIA Week this year, which is to honour Thirsty Merc stage manager Shane Cooper who tragically died in a car crash this September, as well as drummer Mick Skelton who was injured in the same accident.
For more details on all the events happening during ARIA Week, check out the official website.
See the full list of shows below.
The Lair, The Metro
Void Of Vision
Giant Dwarf Theatre, Redfern
Jon Hume (Evermore)
David Musumeci & Anthony Egizii
Diesel & Jimmy Barnes
Ian Moss & Andy Bickers
Swanee & Jagger Alexander-Erber
Ziggy featuring Steve Balbi, Brydon Stace & Jeff Duff
Newtown Social Club
Luen (DJ set)
Telstra Customer Insight Centre