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  • Local Events

    »King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard

    September 17, 2014 8:00 PM

    Initially formed in 2010, King Gizzard & the Wizard Lizard is a garage and surf-infused psychedelic rock band from Victoria, Australia. Inspired by both Elektra's early Nuggets compilations and alternative rock of the 1990s, the group channels elements of the past into a modern amalgam of lo-fi rock and roll and guitar-driven psychedelia. King Gizzard & the Wizard Lizard dropped its debut album 12 Bar Bruise, in 2012, and has since released an impressive stream of LPs, including two full-lengths in 2013 alone and its fourth studio album, Oddments, in 2014.

    Corner Brunswick and Gertrude Street
    Melbourne, VIC 3065

    »Melbourne Fringe Festival

    September 17, 2014

    Just before the Melbourne Festival, the "Fringe" is a three-week alternative version of the major international event. Wonderful and weird art forms dominate venues across the city! Melbourne Fringe is an organization rather than just a Festival. It is dedicated to supporting local independent artists. It encourages innovative, independent, and experimental art, providing an audience for otherwise unseen works of art. In venues as varied as the funky streets of Brunswick, to the sands of local beaches, this is a perfect chance to see something a little off-the-wall. Admission: Tickets start at AUD10 with some free events.

    Melbourne
    Melbourne, VIC

    »Oneness: Roots and Culture

    September 17, 2014 9:00 PM

    Hip-hop is known primarily for distinctive vocal patterns as well as studio produced beats and samples. Breaking this mold, New York by way of Philadelphia hip-hop outfit The Roots combine live instrumentation with rap-inspired vocals. The group is somewhat reminiscent of a marching band--possibly because of its tuba player--but also because all the members of the band have a lively spirit and seem to be constantly parading around while they're onstage.In 2009, The Roots started its tenure as the house band on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.

    322 Little Collins Street
    Melbourne, VIC 3000

    »"Shady Lane" Ft. The Underhanded

    September 17, 2014 8:00 PM

    351 Brunswick Street
    Melbourne, VIC 3065

    »9th Annual University Governance and Regulations Forum

    September 17, 2014 9:00 AM

    The Bradley Review 2008 introduced the Demand Driven Funding System which saw uncapping of Commonwealth Support Places across Australias university sector. The Demand Driven System while reportedly successful in increasing student numbers resulted in an increase in the cost to the Australian taxpayer, with the HE system estimated to cost an additional $7.6 billion over five years from 2013-14. Following the Budget 2014, major and potentially radical changes are being introduced to how students are charged for the cost of higher education. Under the new HE reforms, the Government will cut public funding by 20% and allow Universities to set the fee for their courses. Market-based competition will effectively determine the cost of a degree so that prestige universities can charge more for a degree than their regional counterparts. Early estimates suggest that leading GO8 institution will increase their fees and that degrees could be three times more expensive than current rates. The reforms introduce a Commonwealth Scholarships fund whereby $1 in every $5 of the revenue (that is, 20%) raised from fee increases will be pooled to support disadvantaged students. The Government advocates that with this form of equity funding, students who struggle finically will now be able to benefit from public financial support and the increase in student places. The Government is also extending funding to TAFE and approved private colleges and uncapping places to sub-bachelor degree programs. The recent reforms will change the shape of the Australian HE market and tend toward a more privatised model of Australias HE environment.

    328 Flinders Street
    Melbourne, VIC 3000

    »Robbie Williams - The Swing Tour Live

    September 17, 2014 7:30 PM

    Robbie Williams is an English singer/songwriter who began his career in 1989 as a member of the widely successful pop group called, Take That. Williams left the group in 2005 to find largercommercialsuccess as a solo artist. With a quintessential British approach to songwriting, Williams doesn't shy away from his British roots which come through strongly in his vocals. Though he has partially rejoined Take That, Williams has also maintained arespectablybusy solo career, juggling his tours and recording on a fairlyregularschedule.

    Batman Avenue
    Melbourne, VIC 3000

    »Silvers Circus

    September 17, 2014 7:30 PM

    Swan Street
    Melbourne, VIC 3121

    »Tina Arena

    September 17, 2014 7:00 PM

    Lower Esplanade
    Melbourne, VIC 3182

    »Mark Seymour

    September 17, 2014 6:30 PM

    Mark Seymour (born 1956) is an Australian musician and vocalist best known for his work as the frontman and songwriter of rock band Hunters & Collectors. Seymour has successfully pursued a solo career, releasing a number of albums of his own, gaining fame as a nominee for two ARIA Awards.Artist Description from Wikipedia, available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 license

    150 Eltham - Yarra Glen Road
    Kangaroo Ground, VIC 3097

    »Tesselaar Tulip Festival

    September 17, 2014 10:00 AM

    Every springtime the Dandenong Hills come alive with colorful flowers. The Tesselaar family's famous Tulip Farm holds a three week festival to celebrate the beauty of tulips and other spring blooms, as well as the family's Dutch heritage. The staff dresses in traditional Dutch costumes and there is food, drink, music and cultural activities from Holland to be enjoyed as well. You can also pick your own tulips and purchase other flowers, plants, and souvenirs.

    Mount Dandenong Tourist Road
    Melbourne, VIC 3767

    »King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard

    September 18, 2014 9:00 PM

    Initially formed in 2010, King Gizzard & the Wizard Lizard is a garage and surf-infused psychedelic rock band from Victoria, Australia. Inspired by both Elektra's early Nuggets compilations and alternative rock of the 1990s, the group channels elements of the past into a modern amalgam of lo-fi rock and roll and guitar-driven psychedelia. King Gizzard & the Wizard Lizard dropped its debut album 12 Bar Bruise, in 2012, and has since released an impressive stream of LPs, including two full-lengths in 2013 alone and its fourth studio album, Oddments, in 2014.

    18 Market Lane
    Melbourne, VIC 3000

    »Heights

    September 18, 2014 5:00 AM

    Heights is a post hardcore band that emerged out of Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, in 2009. After crafting a melodic hardcore sound with undertones of metalcore, the band dropped its debut LP,Dead Ends, in 2011. Critically acclaimed by both hardcore and heavy metal music fans, the album led to several national tours and festival appearances for the band, allowing it to collect a widespread fan base through most of Europe and Australia. Heights released its follow-up full-length album, Old Lies For Young Lives, in 2013.

    351 Brunswick Street
    Melbourne, VIC 3065
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