City Sounds | Live music, free weekly
City Sounds Gig Guide
Interviews and Features
City Sounds is Australia’s largest and longest-running free live music program. Every single week we turn ordinary urban spaces into music venues for artists to share their voices with the public. Every week expect to hear anything from jazz and funk to electro and indie ringing out from Queen Street Mall, Post Office Square, Reddacliff Place and other locations in the CBD. It’s like a boutique music festival that never ends – there’s always someone new to discover. Check out our Gig Guide page to see who is landing on our outdoor stages this week.
Grab a blanket, picnic basket and bring a group to enjoy an afternoon of Gigs & Picnics in the City.
This Australian heritage/folk singer and songwriter with a gutsy three-octave vocal range is sure to get your heart pumping.
With heart melting harmonies, exquisite cello lines and a love of the theatrical, Gone Molly whisper and roar through the grimy streets of London, over ghostly battlefields and down into the faerie dells of Anglo-Celtic history.
Forrobodó plays “Forró”, the vibrant music from Brazil. Lucia Medeiros, Mircha Mangiacotti , Ricardo Bona and Claudio Climaco combine their passion for “Forró” to bring this groovy, contagious rhythm to you.
Don’t miss out on your opportunity to witness Rob Black "Live", bringing to life tracks like "The Regular Guy", "We Have Kids" & "Every Days a Good Day"
Leo Altarelli is a naturally talented and experienced performer originating from the UK. He is a singer-songwriter influenced by blues, jazz, roots and folk.
Experience high-energy acoustic music as Camaron Ford combines the old songs of Andalucia with the modern sounds of Flamenco to tell the story of southern Spain through his guitar.
Eccentrically and purposefully out-of-step with recent musical fashion, Norskiosk (Markus Karlsen and Mirko Ruckels) perform little, yet epic indie compositions that recall 70’s baroque pop.