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Ice Cube, Cypress Hill & The Game

MJR and TEG Live Presents

ICE CUBE, CYPRESS HILL & THE GAME
AUSTRALIA 2023 TOUR

In a holy union of 90s Hip-Hop, legendary rap banners Ice Cube, Cypress Hill and The Game have announced their joint tour of Australia. They’ll be teaming up to bring four massive arena shows to Aussie cities in March 2023.

Event-goers will see large scale, next level production from those among the greatest names in Hip-Hop. The acts have graced the world’s largest stages, from Coachella to Rock The Bells and Once Upon a Time in L.A, and are bringing that energy down under.

Ice Cube & Cypress Hill with The Game is all ages recommended 15+

Minors under the age of 15 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times.  Before purchasing, we encourage you to consider if the content of this show is appropriate for your child and recommend you select a seated ticket for their safety.

  • Thursday 23 Mar – Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
  • Saturday 25 Mar – Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide
  • Sunday 26 Mar – Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney
  • Tuesday 28 Mar – Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane
  • Friday 31 Mar – Hagley Park, Christchurch
  • Saturday 1st April – Trust Arena, Auckland

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TOUR DATES

Date City Venue
23 Mar Rod Laver Arena
Melbourne, VIC
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25 Mar Adelaide Entertainment Centre
Adelaide
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26 Mar Qudos Bank Arena
Sydney Olympic Park, NSW
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28 Mar Brisbane Entertainment Centre
Boondall, QLD
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31 Mar Hagley Park
Christchurch
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1 Apr Trust Arena
Auckland
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Knotfest Australia

Presented by: Destroy All Lines, TEG Live & Finely Tuned

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The music and counterculture experience created by the multi-platinum sonic phenomenon SLIPKNOT, will hit the east coast of Australia in March 2023.

Headlined by SLIPKNOT, the hugely stacked festival line-up includes Australian metal royalty PARKWAY DRIVE, MEGADETH, TRIVIUM, NORTHLANE, AMON AMARTH, IN FLAMES, KNOCKED LOOSE, SPIRITBOX, STORY OF THE YEAR, ALPHA WOLF, VOID OF VISION, BAD OMENS and MALEVOLENCE.

A staple at KNOTFESTs all over the world, the KNOTFEST Museum will also be making its way to Australia for the very first time. The KNOTFEST Museum features a jaw-dropping collection of items from the band’s history and a fan-favourite attraction at the other KNOTFESTs around the globe.

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TOUR DATES

Date City Venue
24 Mar Flemington Racecourse
Melbourne
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25 Mar Centennial Park
Sydney
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26 Mar Showgrounds
Brisbane
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Tyga

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Afterpay available

Fans can also take advantage of Ticketek’s world-leading partnership with Afterpay for TYGAs Australian Tour. Available via the Ticketek app or website, Afterpay is the world’s largest buy-now-pay-later service, offering fans greater flexibility to pay for tickets in four equal instalments and secure seats with the first payment.

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TIME TO GET FREAKY DEAKY!

MJR, TEG Live and CADA Presents TYGA!

TYGA is heading down under for a massive arena tour of Australia this December!

Multi-platinum Grammy-nominated artist , TYGA has officially announced his triumphant return down under in 2022, with his largest ever Australian tour set to land in December.

Kicking off at Perth’s iconic RAC Arena on December 13, the six-day run will then see TYGA hit up Adelaide Entertainment Centre on December 14, Brisbane Entertainment Centre on the 16th , John Cain Arena, Melbourne on 17th, and finish up with a massive show at QUDOS Bank Arena in Sydney on December 18.

The upcoming 2022 tour marks TYGA’s first return trip to Australia since selling out venues across the country in 2019 on his headline tour, and wowing audiences at the inaugural Jumanji Festival in 2018.

The sweep of concerts by an artist of TYGA’s calibre is a welcomed signifier of life returning to normal and large-scale, world class shows becoming reality again after two plus years. This set promises an unattainable coolness, energy and hype. Newcomers and long-term fans alike will find themselves singing along at one point or another.

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TOUR DATES

Date City Venue
13 Dec RAC Arena
Perth
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14 Dec Adelaide Entertainment Centre
Adelaide
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16 Dec Brisbane Entertainment Centre
Boondall, QLD
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17 Dec John Cain Arena
Melbourne, VIC
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18 Dec Qudos Bank Arena
Sydney Olympic Park, NSW
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Good Love Festival 2023

MJR Presents + TEG Live

GOOD LOVE 2023

Good Love Festival is back February 2023 and bringing with it a line up set to bring the good music, good food and incredible Good Love vibes you have come to know and love.

Our long awaited second artist announce is here and it’s a big one!
Joining the already announced Six60 will be the incredible Julian Marley and the Uprising, Perth favourites Coterie, DMP, Bradamon plus more acts to be announced.  Stay tuned for our next Artist announce dropping soon.

The first 1,000 purchasers will score an official Good Love Bucket hat.  Tickets on sale now!

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Saturday 4th February 2023
Gold Coast

SIX60
JULIAN MARLEY & THE UPRISING
COTERIE
DMP
BRADAMON
plus more to be announced

TOUR DATES

Date City Venue
4 Feb Doug Jennings Park
Gold Coast
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Bradamon Band

Australia’s newest Reggae group will release its much-awaited EP named Volume 1 this September on the Gold Coast.  Bradamon Band is a funky 9-piece ensemble with a fresh and unique sound to deep roots Reggae.  Tracks from their EP include features from the genre’s hottest bands in House of Shem & Paua.  This EP Launch is a little different to your standard show, with 6 hours of packed entertainment in support of Bradamon Band.  The event will feature New Zealand’s best trio Brotherhood Musiq and Gold Coast superstar Chevy Baby.  The Vybez Band and Roaring Lion are two other bands listed to play while Gold Coast legend DJ Dezaster will keep the turn tables warm.  BBQ Bazaar in Burleigh is the perfect spot for an event such as this.  The large, converted warehouse is decked out with food vendors, indoor and outdoor seating and two stages.

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James Smith ‘The C Word’

From two times number one Sunday Times bestselling author, James Smith, comes ‘The C Word’

The brand new live show experience to accompany the release of HOW TO BE CONFIDENT – the third instalment in James’ no-nonsense guides to gaining the tools to empower your decision-making and change your life.

Now, more than ever, we are so often lost within a cycle of negativity – from comparing ourselves to others and doom scrolling on social media, to a paralysis of choice and chasing external gratification that does nothing to nurture authentic happiness. We need confidence to master our true ambitions, realise our genuine strengths, and achieve the life we need, but might not know we want. Luckily, with his candid, no-nonsense advice, experience, and passion, James is here to lead the way.

James Smith said: My biggest live show ever is a eye opening experience into discovering what it takes, and what it means, to gain confidence and sheer audacity in the areas of life that count the most – but I’ll also be exposing and calling out misplaced confidence and destructive attitudes people may not even realise exist. 

Drawing on research, expert advice, and my own experience, this is my favourite live show project to date.’

Tickets on Sale Friday 11 March, 7am

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James Smith Business Mentorship Day

James Smith Business Mentorship Day

Learn the secrets of how to run a multimillion-dollar fitness business from one of the most popular coaches on the planet – IFS EVENTS

4 years ago, James Smith signed on the dotted line to begin his career working for Fitness First in the Sydney CBD as a personal trainer. Within 6 months he grew his following from 6,000 to 120,000 using some bizarrely simple tactics still not utilised today by personal trainers.

James Smith is back down under this March explaining exactly how he went from stressed, tired, underpaid and overworked to working only a handful of days from his laptop on the beach helping thousands instead of a dozen, he’ll be covering:

  • REAL social media strategy
  • Creating REAL business demand
  • How to earn $100,000 dollars a year without a platform, app or even a website
  • The big difference between building a following vs building a BRAND

There are many tricks to the trade that personal trainers don’t tell each other due to the fear of them winning over future business. Because James runs an entirely different model including book sales and events, he doesn’t mind disclosing every single one of them for one day only.

James will remind you that although these industries are saturated, they’re not competitive at all.

Sign up now at www.jamessmith.live/brisbane

Tickets on sale Thursday 20 Jan, 10am AEST

For those who are travelling from regional QLD or Interstate, Eatons Hill offers accommodation at their on-site hotel. Head to the following link for more information: https://www.eatonshillhotel.com.au/accommodation/

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TOUR DATES

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ValleyWays

Dear ValleyWays friends,

Following the recent announcement from the NSW government imposing restrictions on events that include dancing and singing, we have made the tough decision to postpone ValleyWays to September to ensure the event is delivered as it was originally envisioned.

For many years, we have dreamt of running ValleyWays in our hometown of Camden & we are devastated to have to postpone the event. With the current restrictions in place, we would not be able to put on an event to the standard we had intended, and we are unwilling to compromise on our offering for the artists & fans. Whilst disappointed to have to postpone the event, we are excited to have been able to secure a new date in September to bring this festival to our hometown & we look forward to seeing everyone there!

ValleyWays will now be held on Saturday, September 10th, 2022, at Onslow Oval. The original lineup are all available to play which is also great news.

All tickets sold for the previous event will remain valid for the new date & we encourage all patrons to hold onto their tickets. Those that can’t make the new date can contact Ticketek directly for a full refund via the email received by all ticket purchasers today. Please lodge your refund request by February 4, 2022.

We can’t thank you enough for the enthusiasm and support for the event.

Stay safe & we look forward to seeing you later in the year.

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Celebrating a decade of making music together, today The Rubens have announced ValleyWays, the band’s own festival in their hometown of Camden.

The festival will take place at Onslow Oval on Feb 19 & will see the five-piece band perform alongside a carefully curated line-up of Aussie artists.

After a career-defining 2021, which included the release of their #1 ARIA fourth album 0202, an AMP & ARIA Award nomination, accreditations for hits ‘Live In Life’ (triple platinum in AUS), ‘Masterpiece’ (gold in AUS and NZ), ‘Never Ever (feat. Sarah)’ (triple platinum in AUS) and selling over 23,000 tickets to their 0202 album tour despite the challenges faced by COVID, The Rubens massive 12 months that has just past, and even bigger 12 months ahead, is a testament to their 10-year career. 2022 will mark a decade since the release of the band’s debut album The Rubens, which went Platinum and ValleyWays will kick off a massive year on the road.

The ethos behind the festival is to bring the best musical and creative talent to the band’s backyard and build on the live music culture that exists in the Macarthur region by incubating local talent and providing them a platform to play in front of big audiences and learn from their peers. The band plan on hosting the event in their hometown on an annual basis.

Joining The Rubens are Aussie heavyweights Skegss, Middle Kids, Slowly Slowly, BLESSED, Stevan, Becca Hatch, Hollie Col, The Dardi Shades & Grace Amos.

The final spot on the line-up is up for grabs with triple j Unearthed giving one lucky artist/band the chance to join the ValleyWays line-up. Details of this will be announced in January 2022.

PRESENTED BY TRIPLE J, THE RUBENS, TEG Live, MJR & Destination NSW

TOUR DATES

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Snoop Dogg

19 Crimes proudly presents, Entertainment Icon, Hip-Hop legend and one of the world’s most recognised artists Snoop Dogg for his massive arena tour of Australia in October / November 2022.

Snoop Dogg, who hasn’t performed in Australia since 2014 when he headlined the Big Day Out, will return to Australian shores in October 2022 for his ‘I WANNA THANK ME’ tour, which will see the West Coast rap legend celebrate the release of his 17th album ‘I Wanna Thank Me’, and documentary of the same name, released in 2019.

The tour kicks off at Perth’s RAC Arena in Perth on 26 October 2022 and then heads to Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on 28 October 2022, Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena on 29 October before wrapping up at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre on 1 November 2022.

The tour also marks an important milestone for the newly formed partnership between TEG MJR and Snoop Dogg; In March 2021, TEG MJR signed an exclusive deal with Snoop Dogg, covering all his international shows (excluding North America) for the next 5 years.

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Next Exit Festival

‘NEXT EXIT FESTIVAL’ ANNOUNCES HUGE LINE-UP FOR INAUGURAL EVENT
Australia’s newest music festival celebrates local talent and highlights regional towns in its debut year!

ALL SHOWS SELLING FAST –   http://bit.ly/NEFonsale TICKETS ONLY $89+BF

NEXT EXIT Festival, the latest edition to the Australian festival circuit, has officially unveiled the line-up for its inaugural event today, jam packed with local Aussie talent.

The announcement also includes a pledge from the promoters to shine a light on not only Australian music but regional towns across New South Wales, ensuring that live music reaches fans outside of Australia’s capital cities during such a challenging time for the country.

Setting its sights on the road less travelled, NEXT EXIT Festival includes four new events that will take place in regional locations across NSW this May, with live music from psych-rock outfit Ocean Alley, Spacey Jane, which recently became the highest-ranking Australian artist of the Hottest 100, Northern Beaches four-piece Dear Seattle, NSW local Merci, Mercy and sister duo CLEWS.

Kicking off in Bicentennial Park in Tamworth on Friday 21 May, the full festival line-up will make its way around regional NSW, with additional shows in Port Macquarie, Gosford and Batemans Bay, before finishing up in the picturesque surrounds of the Mudgee Showgrounds in Mudgee.

NEXT EXIT, which takes place over two weekends in May, will place an emphasis on engaging local businesses to partake in the event, with a goal to drive economic activity, encourage regional tourism and highlight local tastemakers and artisans.

After only a scattering of shows in the last six months, most of them in capital cities, we are super excited to be touring with Next Exit Festival to four awesome spots across country and coastal New South Wales. Said Ocean Alley’s Mitch Galbraith.

We spend most of our time working and relaxing near the coast so we love playing in smaller cities anywhere near the water. We also get to take our show out west to Mudgee and Tamworth and we’re stoked to visit the states interior and have some good times with the folks there. These regional places are so much fun to tour because of the locals that are so welcoming and always up for a good old town blowout. Their support means we can keep coming back to play shows and festivals and give these awesome places the live music experience they deserve.

We pass so many ‘Next Exit’ signs on the highway and often drive past with only our destination in sight,” said MJR Presents’ Head Of Touring Australia, Scott Mesiti.

“The original concept for ‘NEXT EXIT’ Festival was to help bushfire-affected towns, regenerate tourism and hire as many local suppliers as possible. So much has happened since then but our aim remains the same. We have designed a safe festival that can be delivered under current restrictions and will employ many people from our industry who have sat on the sidelines for too long.

In late 2019 and early 2020, New South Wales was subject to some of the worst bushfires in Australian history. As of 28 January 2020, the fires in NSW had burnt 5.3 million hectares (6.7% of the State), including 2.7 million hectares in national parks (37% of the State’s national park estate), and were responsible for countless millions of dollars in damages to businesses.

NEXT EXIT Festival has been made possible by being a successful applicant of RISE funding, which will allow MJR Presents to deliver an affordable for regional communities across New South Wales in 2021.

Tickets on sale on Tuesday 09 March at 12:00pm via mjrpresents.com

TOUR DATES

ON SALE 9TH MARCH - MIDDAY

No shows booked at the moment.

FAQ’s

EVENT INFORMATION

Run Times – Port Macquarie / Gosford / Mudgee: Gates open 3pm – show finish 9pm
Run Times Tamworth / Batemans Bay: Gates open 4pm – show finish 10pm
✔ STANDING – Yes you can stand, hallelujah! but if you want to hang with your friends please arrive together.
✔ DANCING – Dancing is allowed baby! …but no moshing or crowd surfing and try to maintain social distancing.
✔ CAMP CHAIR or RUG – If sitting and watching the arvo pass by is more your thing then by all means bring a chair or small rug but please note you will be seated towards the back of the venue.

There are no pass outs
Due to ticket scalpers and ticket resale websites If you have purchased a ticket from our non-official ticket seller, we cannot guarantee your entry.
Bar and food will accept pay wave and cash
Free water will be available
Take care of your mates, if you are drinking make sure you eat and drink plenty of water.
If you have driven to the event make sure you have your legend/designated driver.
When exiting we are here to help send you home safely.  Please make sure you follow the instructions of the police and traffic management as you leave the event.
Please respect our neighbours when exiting the event.

COVID-19

We will be running this as a COVID-Safe event and measures will be taken to ensure Next Exit 2021 will comply with the latest requirements from NSW Health. This may mean last minute changes that are out of our control. The safety of fans, artists and staff is always our top priority and we will continue to monitor advice from the local state Government regarding mass gatherings and follow guidance as necessary.

In the event of a cancellation, exchanges and refunds will be processed according to AU consumer law.

WHAT TO BRING

  • A valid event ticket
  • Good vibes
  • Valid ID, everyone’s ID will be checked at the entry gate
  • Cash and or your card<
  • Mobile phone with a full battery or a battery pack, there are no charging stations at the event
  • A hat and sunscreen – Check the weather: be prepared, weather forecast is showing sunny and warm so slip slop slap and drink plenty of water.

WHAT NOT TO BRING

  • No eskies
  • No alcohol
  • No hampers, home-made, commercial or packaged store-bought food
  • Please ensure you check the full prohibited items list before arrival. No bags bigger than A4.
  • Bad attitude, we have a no tolerance approach.  If patrons/ticket holders are causing other patrons to feel intimidated or uncomfortable you will be asked to leave the event (without a refund or re-entry).

Will I need my ID?
Yes it is 18+ and licenced, if you are under 18 and/or haven’t got valid ID you will be refused entry. The following forms of ID are accepted:

  • A valid driver or riders licence or permit (issued by and Australian State or Territory)
  • Valid Passport
  • Proof of Age card issued by a public authority or the Commonwealth or of another State or Territory for the purpose of attesting to a person’s identity and age
  • Keypass (over 18) Identity card issued by Australia Post.

What can I eat?
There will have a variety of catering options available at the event including a selection of options to satisfy any appetite.

How do I buy all the things?
Cash is always best! Bars, Food stalls and Merchandise have paypass facilities. No cash-out is available.

Wheelchair
Please note that whilst the event is as accessibly friendly as possible – the venue is a grassed amphitheatre and moving through some areas may be challenging in a wheel chair. We encourage all wheelchair patrons to bring a companion with them for assistance.

Refunds
Refunds will not be issued for any reason unless in the event of cancellation or rescheduled dates.

Prohibited Items:

The following items are prohibited from being taken into the venue:

  • Aerosol Cans
  • Alcohol
  • Animals – Except for Authorised Guide / Companion Animals
  • Any Liquids – Empty Water Bottles can be refilled inside the designated event area
  • Bags or containers too large to be stores under a seat
  • Balls, Sporting Equipment, Bicycles, Skateboards etc.
  • Homemade, Commercial or pre-packaged food
  • Confetti or torn paper
  • Drones, Professional Cameras or Video Recording Equipment
  • Eskies and Picnic Baskets
  • Fireworks or Explosives
  • Furniture, Tents, Gazebos or Inflatable Structures,
  • Glass, Cans or Metal Containers
  • Illegal or Illicit Drugs or Substances of any Kind
  • Musical Instruments including Air Horns, Megaphones, Drums etc.
  • Studded Clothing and Accessories
  • Umbrellas, Poles, Sticks, Banners or Signs etc.
  • Weapons of Any Kind
  • Any item which is reasonably considered by the Promoter or Venue as being able to cause injury, nuisance or offence to any other person attending the Event.