The Set List

Your Look Backstage

My Dad Wrote A Porno

"Belinda blinked…….and the audience was instantly captivated by the beautifully horrific 18+ writings of Jamie Morton’s prolific daddy. Never within these red walls have drinking games been so smutty and confusing, yet equally entertaining as they were this evening." Tivoli bar-babe Kat McCulloch tells us all about it.

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James Reyne

Australian rock legend James Reyne pulled out all the Australian Crawl classics at this epic sold out show at The Tiv. The five-piece band – featuring actual Crawl alumni John Watson on drums, plus Phil Ceberano and Brett Kingman on guitar and Andy McIvor on bass – were extremely faithful to the source material, illustrating how utterly undismissable these songs still are. Photos by Matt Palmer, Supported by Ollie Brown

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Pete Murray

After a six-year break between releasing new material, master of swoon and soul, Pete Murray soothed the sell-out Tivoli audience with a mix of the new and the old.

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Grinspoon

Guide To Better Living, undoubtedly one of the best Australian rock albums of all time, was brought back to life in the most incredible way over Grinspoon's two sell-out shows at The Tivoli Theatre. These were two incredibly special events and may go down as the best in the building of 2017. Lachlan Douglas has some brilliant images.

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Bongo's Bingo Down Under

Bingo Rave. What else could you possibly be looking for in life? This sell out event was completely off the charts. Direct from the UK, Bongo's Bingo turned the The Tivoli into a whacky, wonderland game show and we regret nothing. We have photos and they say everything. Quite possible a return season is in the making. Stay tuned.

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Hanson

The return of Hanson to Australia left many people extremely happy.Nostalgia flowed amidst the sellout crowd as all the greatest hits were bought out, intertwined with new tracks and a bit of friendly banter. With an epic 2.5 hour set and a lot of energy, the boys kept their die hard fans in the palm of their hands... and yeah - they totally played MMMbop.

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Big Scary with Cub Sport

Tom, Jo and co (aka Big Scary) took over The Tivoli Theatre with special guests, Brisbane's own Cub Sport and Bec Reid was there to snap it all. It was cosmic and wonderful.

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Killing Heidi

Killing Heidi's 20-year anniversary show celebrating their debut album Reflector, reminded audiences how truly amazing Ella and Jesse Hooper are, and how pivotal they were to the Australian 90's rock/punk/grunge scene. We were honoured to have such generous spirits in the room, supported by Eliza and the Delusionals and Iluka.

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Thundamentals

The proof is in the pudding - or should we say - the photos say it all. Thanks for your smashing images Lachie Douglas. Who needs words....

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The Smith Street Band

Those who attended The Smith Street Band at The Tiv were a part of a magical, defining moment for one devoted fan when Wil gave his guitar to him at the end of the gig. Surely this won't be forgotten any time soon - and TSSB have video to prove it. Words by Mel Woite and images from Vincent Shaw.

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