With Asha Collins
On Friday January 20 Tennis Australia is bringing you legendary alt-rockers Jimmy Eat World on the Australian Open Live Stage from 7pm (it’s a free gig with your ground pass for the tennis). If that’s not up your ally, then how about New South Wales’ self-proclaimed sad core Rachel Maria Cox in Edinburgh Gardens for her Netflix and No Chill summer tour? Don’t forget from 6.30pm Sunset Sounds will present Cookin' On 3 Burners featuring Stella Angelico and Vanessa Fernandez at Malvern Gardens, it’s a free event and sure to be a rad show.
On Saturday January 21 you can get nice and sweaty when Stick To Your Guns, Knocked Loose, Relentless, Reactions and Blinded storm through the Phoenix Youth Centre in Footscray. Sunday January 22 get ready to enjoy the music and antic of wrestling troupe Puscifier and Luchafer at Plenary, Melbourne Convention Centre. Check out their facebook page to see what they’re all about and order tickets online through tickets.destroyalllines.com.
The Wominjeka Festival is still going down at Footscray Community Arts Centre until Saturday January 21. The celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture includes music lots of workshops and some art exhibitions to check out. Log on to the Footscray Community Arts Centre website to get the program details.