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48:13, characterised Kasabian’s blistering 90-minute performance, demonstrating their ability to redefine themselves.
"Go West resonated with a large section of the crowd, who were clapping and cheering as cannons of confetti shot over the astonished heads of satisfied onlookers."
Returning in a space suit, his encore performance consisted of Stay The Night, Bonfire Heart and 1973. Vivid was lighting up skyscrapers around Sydney, while James Blunt spectacularly lit up the inside of the State Theatre.
Sounding like a big beautiful blend of Tame Impala and Wolfmother, live they are nothing short of compelling.
"The angst might have gone but the intensity still remains."
Newman’s final energetic performance ensured a legion of fans will be loving him for a long time to come.
Gallagher knows how to make an entrance, but tonight’s gig proved he’s not too shabby at making an exit either.
The Killers are still killing it, according to Patrick Lewis.
The Kings Of Leon, in all their regal splendour, delivered a performance that will be talked about for years to come.
Even slower numbers like the electronically assisted computer wizardry that produced Towers’ high pitched falsetto voice for Sorry were delivered with energy and verve.