Get Ready Brisbane! Iconic British Bands Landing at The Tivoli in March

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Brisbane is in for an invasion of legendary proportions this March, as three highly influential British bands are set to grace the stage at The Tivoli. 


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From post-punk pioneers to trip-hop trailblazers, Fortitude Valley’s iconic live music venue has curated an eclectic lineup of British bands that have each left an indelible mark on music history.

March 9: From The Jam

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Kicking things off is From The Jam, an offshoot act formed by The Jam’s bassist Bruce Foxton. Along with vocalist and guitarist Russell Hastings, the group will perform a “final tour” of The Jam’s greatest hits, including classics like “Town Called Malice,” “Going Underground,” and “That’s Entertainment.” Fans can expect a passionate, high-energy set as the band closes this Australian chapter.

March 15: Morcheeba

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Electronic band Morcheeba makes their long-awaited return to Australian shores. Skye Edwards’ smoky vocals paired with Ross Godfrey’s chilled-out beats have made Morcheeba a dinner-party staple since the 1990s. Their distinct trip-hop sound fuses influences like jazz, funk and R&B into something effortlessly cool. Local songstress Ruby Jackson will open the show with her neo-soul stylings.

March 20 The Damned

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Closing out the month is a punk rock dream team, as The Damned reconvene their “classic lineup” from the late 70s. With original members Dave Vanian, Captain Sensible, Rat Scabies and Paul Gray, the godfathers of goth-tinged punk will unleash fan favourites from albums like Machine Gun Etiquette. After 35 years apart, their Australian fans are in for an historic, hell-raising performance.

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So whether your taste runs to anthemic post-punk, hazy electronica or hardcore punk, The Tivoli has an iconic UK act to satiate your musical cravings. Don’t miss out on these once-in-a-lifetime shows in the Valley.


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Published 27-February-2024