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All The Best Gigs To Catch In Perth This April

By Peta Brady
2nd Apr 2019

Gig Guide Perth

April is music month at Urban List and we’ve got all of your music needs covered with this ultimate Perth gig guide.

From festivals and big-time touring artists to dive bar gigs, there is a whole lot of live music to get around in Perth this month. See you there.

Outlnd At The Rosemount

Friday 5 April

RnB vocalist Outlnd is all set to hit the stage with the launch of his debut single Palm Trees, supported by some of Perth’s best hip hop acts. Influenced by the likes of Frank Ocean and TheWeeknd, Outlnd delivers a bright pop ode to everything that is summer, with a bright, soul-driven sound.

San Cisco At Freo.Social

Sunday 7 April

Fremantle’s newest venue, Freo.Social, has fast become a hub for live music with a killer line-up of events already in the calendar. Pop indie four-piece San Cisco are among our April favourites, with an all-ages and 18+ show scheduled.

The Kill Devil Hills At The Bassendean Hotel

Friday 12 April

Hailing from Fremantle, acoustic rockers The Kill Devil Hills have four studio albums under their belt and are no strangers to the live music scene. This time around they’ll be taking to the stage at the Bassendean Hotel, along with special, yet-to-be-announced guests.

Mr Scruff At Badlands Bar

Friday 12 April

Bust out your dancing shoes and get ready for an all-night electronic fest with UK DJ Mr Scruff. Pulling you in with a marathon music session of eclectic mixes, this is a man whose focus is purely on the music and making sure punters have the best possible time, which means, as he politely requests, no phones on the dance floor.

Dan Sultan At Freo.Social

Friday 12 April

After some much-needed time off in 2018, Dan Sultan is back with his first 2019 project and fifth studio album, Aviary Takes; a collection of older back catalogue songs plus some new tracks recorded in Melbourne. Expect guitar, keyboard, and just a few dad jokes.

Rose Tattoo & The Hard-Ons At Capitol

Saturday 13 April

Buckle up for an explosive night as rock veterans, Rose Tattoo, take the stage supported by Aussie punk rockers, The Hard-Ons, on their Still Never Too Loud tour. Fresh out of the studio after recording their 12th studio album (to be released later this year), the unapologetic punk rockers are sounding better than ever.

The Little Lord Street Band At In The Pines

Sunday 14 April

Following a huge run of festivals and shows throughout WA and Victoria over the last few months, The Little Lord Street Band recently announced they’ll be taking the stage RTRFM’s In The Pines. After winning the WAM Award for Best Country Act in 2017, the band continues to deliver emotionally rich live performances.

Pat Chow At In The Pines

Sunday 14 April

Perth favourites Pat Chow have also, excitedly, been added to the In The Pines line-up for 2019, bringing with them all the no-fuss, rock n roll attitude we’ve come to love them for. Last year’s album Overwhelming Care was released with much acclaim, so we’re expecting big things from the upcoming live show.

Soul Slap! w/ The Milford St. Shakers At Freo.Social

Saturday 20 April

Following their two recently sold out FRINGE WORLD shows, The Milford Street Shakers are back for another soul-slapping night of hip shaking grooves. Bridging blues with RnB, the high-powered nine-piece will take you on a journey through the iconic 60s musical landscape.

Silver Hills At The Bird

Saturday 20 April

After establishing themselves as one of WA’s premiere live acts, Silver Hills took a step away from the public eye for an almost three-year performance hiatus. The good news is, the pop outfit are back and better than ever, ready to launch their new album, First Sight.

The Story So Far At Capitol

Thursday 25 April

Californian pop-punk band The Story So Far are fresh off the back of a new studio album, and are teaming up with their English rock pals, Basement, for an Australian tour. The co-headline has blown away crowds in the UK, North America and Europe, and their Aussie shows are sure to be no different.

Nahko At Freo.Social

Saturday 27 April

Having toured the world since his last performance in Fremantle, Nahko his returning to Perth for a few select solo shows. Spreading a powerful and positive musical message, expect soulful songs on both piano and guitar, along with storytelling and a lot of laughs.

Matt Corby At Kings Park

Saturday 27 April

Returning to Perth for his first headline tour in two years, Matt Corby brings his unique take on melodic folk and soulful vocals to the picturesque surrounds of Kings Park this April. Supported by Melbourne quartet The Teskey Brothers, this is one gig not to be missed.

For more things to do this month, click here

 

Check out the hottest tracks from Australia and New Zealand's very best emerging and established artists via the Spotify playlist below.

Image credit: Freo.Social

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