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ROCK: Bring Me The Horizon have announced an Australian tour. They were supposed to headline the now cancelled Soundwave Festival in January. Picture: Supplied

BRING Me The Horizon, Rudimental andBen Folds have all announced Australian tours in the past week.

Unfortunately Newcastle has missed out, but Sydney is not too much of an ask for dedicated fans.

British rockers Bring Me The Horizonwill bring their all ages That’s The Spirit tour to Sydney’s Hordern Pavilion on September 17. Presale tickets for Telstra customers go on sale at 10am on February 22, and for the general public on February 24.For complete tour and ticketing details visit livenation老域名出售备案老域名.

Fellow Brits Rudimental will also play an all-ages gigat the Hordern. They will be joined on May 8 byJess Glynne and Thandi Phoenix. Tickets through ticketek老域名出售备案老域名.

Ben Folds will perform at the Sydney Opera House on August 20, and Five Finger Death Punch have been announced as special guests atBlack Sabbath’s Allphones Arena gig in Sydney on April 23.

Compose at CathoFEEL like making music?Catherine Hill Bay’s Artist in Residence program is invitingmusicians toparticipate in a music composition workshop at Catherine Hill Bay Surf Club on March 5.

The aim is to compose apiece of music inspired by the iconic Catherine Hill Bay Jetty and surrounds, which will beincorporatedinto a composition byCatherineLeBrun and playedbefore the showing of The Sentimental Bloke during the National TrustHeritage Festival.Expressions of interest can be made by [email protected]备案老域名 or by phoning02 9319 1122.

Horror weekendLIKE your moviesscary and your music loud?Then consider atrip south to the Central Coast fortheHorror Movie Campout.

Following the success ofthe event inAdelaideandMelbourne last year, the overnight camping experience is coming toMount Penang Parklands, Kariong, on March 12.

Campers will be treated to entertainment froma band line-up that includes hard-rockersThe Lazys, The Moving Stills andthe “Hidden Garden” featuringDJ Rawhide Kid. There will beroaming scare actors, the “Death Chamber” scare maze and much more.

As darkness falls a massive outdoor cinema will screen shorthorrorflicks, followed by adouble feature ofhorrorfilmsselected by campers’ votes prior to the event.

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Fighting backCATHERINE Britt is hitting the road in April with some friendsfor her aptly namedF U Cancer tour.

Britt has spent the past year undergoingchemotherapy and radiationtreatment for breast cancer.

She will play a hometown show in Newcastle at Wests Leagues Club on May 1.

Already confirmed to appear as part of the four-date concert series are Josh Pyke, Kasey Chambers, Troy Cassar-Daley, Shannon Noll, Beccy Cole, Busby Marou, Wendy Matthews, Wes Carr, Ellie Drennan, Lloyd Spiegel andDanny Widdicombe.

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Get UnearthedIF you or your band think you have what it takes to be the opening act at Groovin The Moo in Maitland, upload your best tracks to triplejunearthed老域名出售 by February 28. The winner will be announced in March.

On the roadBYRON Bay troubadours theJesseMorrisBandwill be in Newcastle on Friday for one show only as part of a six-week east coast tour. They will bringtheir acoustic soul, roots and reggae music to The Cambridge Hotel tocelebrate the release of their new single The Morning Sun. Accompanying them will be Tom Kelly on bass and Rob DeMasi on drums, with a few special guests joining the stage throughout the night.

Eden cancelsKARISE Eden’s gig at The Cambridge tonight has beencancelled “due to filming commitments”, the Herald has been told. Tickets are refundable at point of purchase.All other shows on Eden’s Summer Soul tour will proceed as scheduled.

Also,Earl Slick has had to withdraw from the Men With No Shame tour for health reasons.

Glen MatlockandSlimJimPhantom will still rock the stage at The Cambridge on March 2and have called upon some Australian buddies to join them.

“We wish our brother Slick the verybest and speedy recovery. Heasks thatwe rock harder, drink his sharesend back the photos,” Slim Jim said.

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Matt keeps busyWALLSEND Australia’s Got Talent contestant Matt McLaren is keeping busy duringthe remainingtelevised auditions.

On Friday he performs atPotters Brewery, Cessnock, from 8pm, andon Sunday you can find him at Mavericks on the Bay from 4pm.

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