Sunday Roast: Sweater Curse & Friends


Sun 6 December 2020
Event Passed
Event Passed


The Tivoli

Presented By

The Tivoli & Select Music

Date / Time

Doors 3:30PM
Start 4:30PM

Supported By

Flamingo Blonde
Minor Premiers
Hope D


From $30


General Admission
Cabaret Seating & Standing

Join us, sweater curse, Hope D, Minor Premiers and Flamingo Blonde from 3:30pm on Sunday 6 December for a good ol' fashioned Sunday Roast in our car park and inside The Tiv.

Featuring an epic fire pit in the car park from City Winery with live tunes in the main room by an all-star, local lineup.

In 2020, sweater curse have gifted us their second EP ‘push//pull’; a delicate and brooding collection of songs, the 4-track EP is reflective of the band's formative years both musically and personally. Produced by Ball Park Music's Sam Cromack, ‘push//pull' takes sweater curse's signature sound and steers it in a new sonic direction.

sweater curse have wasted no time making a name for themselves within the Aussie indie music scene over the last few years. Added to rotation on both triple j and triple j Unearthed, their single 'Close' amassed over 100,000 Spotify streams and attracted significant praise from media and punters alike. Both 'Close' and 'All The Same' were seen on both Spotify and Amazon Music editorial playlists. Their live performances prior to 2020 include appearances at St. Jerome's Laneway, Falls Festival, Farmer & The Owl and playing with bands The Jungle Giants, Grinspoon, Violent Soho, Middle Kids, Ball Park Music, WAAX, Bugs and Polish Club.

Whether you're a long-time devotee or a new fan, join sweater curse on a musical journey into their innermost thoughts and feelings.

This event has a mix of General Admission Cabaret Seating and Standing tickets, and guests will be seated on a first-in, first-served basis. If you would like to be seated we recommend getting here close to when the doors open. 

This event is supported through Tourism and Events Queensland, and Arts Queensland’s Play Local funding as part of the Queensland Government’s Arts and Cultural Recovery Package.  

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