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Mariah Carey

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MJR Presents announced today that Mariah Carey’s February 2018 Australian and New Zealand tour has been rescheduled to October due to a necessary realignment of her international engagements for 2018.

The rescheduled tour will see Mariah deliver all her greatest hits which include Dreamlover, Emotions, Hero, Without You, Fantasy, One Sweet Day, We Belong Together, Always Be My Baby and many more, following on from her successful 2017 Las Vegas residency. Cementing her place as one of the world’s all-time iconic vocalists, Carey has sold over 200 million albums worldwide and spawned a career across music, film, television, fashion, beauty and much more.

Unfortunately, venue changes have been necessary for the Sydney and Melbourne shows with new tickets issued to patrons in the coming weeks. Tickets to the Brisbane show will remain valid for the rescheduled date and patrons will be contacted by the ticketing company with instructions. Those who cannot attend the new dates will be offered refunds. Unfortunately a Perth show has been unable to be accommodated on the new dates and patrons will be refunded.

For those who have not yet purchased, tickets for the rescheduled shows will go on sale 2pm local time on Thursday February 1. More information for current ticket holders and new purchasers is available from

“It’s always unfortunate when these situations occur and we regret any inconvenience the rescheduling has caused for fans,” said MJR director Scott Mesiti. “We’re very excited that we’ve been able to find suitable time for Mariah’s return to ensure fans don’t miss out on what is sure to be a spectacular show from one of the music world’s biggest music icons.”


Sunday 7th October – Spark Arena, Auckland
Wednesday 10th October – Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
Friday 12th October – Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney
Sunday 14th October – Sandstone Point, Brisbane

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Shed Seven

Britpop legends Shed Seven have finally given into fan pressure and announced their first ever Australian tour, following the release of their brand new record ‘Instant Pleasures’.

The iconic 90s rockers, responsible for contributing heavily to the britpop revolution, alongside bands like Oasis, Blur and Ocean Colour Scene, will make their first trip down under in April next year, with shows confirmed for Perth, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney.

Playing live in Australia has been right at the top of our bucket list for yearsSaid the band. It eluded us in the 90’s so we are ridiculously excited to finally be coming over to play these shows. We get so many great messages from fans in Australia and can’t wait to finally bring our show over for you….. Bring your best singing voices!

Having stamped their names into the book of Britpop by the mid-nineties, the York five-piece, whose hits include the alt-rock favourites Chasing Rainbows and Going For Gold, amassed a myriad of chart milestones, with fifteen Top 40 singles, four Top 20 albums and a wash of sell out tours around Europe as America. Despite breaking up in 2003, the band returned to the stage in 2007 for a reunion tour, following a call from fans.

In 2017 the band announced the release of ‘Instant Pleasures’, their first full length LP together in over 16 years. Instant Pleasures (out on November 10th) is the most fitting title for this, their fifth album and their first since 2001’s Truth Be Told. Frontman Rick Witter remarks that it works in two ways. Not only is it a comment on our tech-obsessed, social media crazy, instantaneous world, it’s also a literal tongue-in-cheek reference to the tracks themselves.



Tuesday 17th April
Capitol, Perth WA

Thursday 19th April
Triffid, Brisbane QLD

Friday 20th April
Corner Hotel, Melbourne, VIC

Sunday 22nd April
Metro Theatre, Sydney NSW


Sleeping With Sirens

Orlando, Florida alternative rock/metalcore outfit Sleeping With Sirens are returning to Australian soil in 2018 for their Gossip World Tour! Last here in 2015 on a string of sold-out shows, Sleeping With Sirens will be here in April next year to celebrate the release of their latest album, Gossip, which saw its release recently on September 22. Joining Sleeping With Sirens on this epic tour, presented by MJR Presents by arrangement with UTA will be Chase AtlanticLower Than Atlantis and The Faim.

Tickets will go on pre-sale on Wednesday 6th December and General Sale Friday 8th December at!

The outfit, known for their vocalist, Kellin Quinn’s impossibly high vocal range, are dropping in down under and making stops in Sydney at the Big Top Saturday April 21, Melbourne Sunday April 22 at Festival Hall, Tuesday 24th April at Thebarton Theatre in Adelaide, Wednesday 25th April at Metro City in Perth, Friday 27th April at Eatons Hill Hotel, Brisbane and will jump over the ditch to New Zealand to play Auckland on Sunday April 29 at Logan Campbell Centre.

Through taking quantum sonic leaps with this new album Gossip, the quintet—Kellin Quinn [vocals, keyboards], Jack Fowler [lead guitar], Nick Martin [rhythm guitar], Justin Hills [bass], and Gabe Barham [drums]—reach the artistic heights they began angling for nearly 10 years ago, while amplifying musical hallmarks such as soaring and soul-striking vocals, wildly catchy riffing, and intricate beats.

At its heart, the record reflects not only creative progression, but personal as well. “The story of Gossip really begins in me transitioning from a boy to a man,” admits Kellin. “I grew up basically my entire life playing music in this group. This record is me figuring out who I’m supposed to be as a musician, a husband, and a father. It’s a hard, scary, rewarding, and daring process that gets chronicled in the lyrics. Musically, I feel like it’s the first Sirens record that sounds specifically like us. We took chances, experimented, and continued to do what we do best: create art. It’s something new. It has an authentic sound that we’ve been working towards all this time.”

Ultimately, the risks yield Sleeping With Sirens’ boldest, brightest, and best work to date. “No matter what anyone says, I  want to encourage listeners to take risks of their own,” Kellin leaves off. “Our band took a chance. We’re going to back it. That’s all you can do as an artist. This is my diary. It’s who I am.”

Saturday 21st April
Big Top, Sydney NSW

Sunday 22nd April
Festival Hall, Melbourne VIC

Tuesday 24th April
Fowlers Live, Adelaide SA


Wednesday 25th April
Capitol, Perth WA (18+)


Friday 27th April
Eatons Hill Hotel, Brisbane QLD

Sunday 29th April
Powerstation, Auckland NZ



Belle And Sebastian

Scottish Indie royalty Belle & Sebastian return to Australia in May next year for the first time since their massively successful tour in 2015. With their latest single ‘I’ll Be Your Pilot’ signalling a fresh new wave of activity for the band, the Australian shows wrap up a global tour, with performances confirmed for The Sydney Opera House, Melbourne’s Palais Theatre, Perth’s Astor Theatre and The Tivoli in Brisbane.

To commemorate 20 years since the bands previous multi-EP release – 1997’s ‘Dog On Wheels’, ‘Lazy Line Painter Jane’ and ‘3.. 6.. 9 Seconds Of Light’ – the twee-pop superstars have also announced the release of three more EPs in quick succession this December. All titled ‘How To Solve Our Human Problems’, the first EP will be released on December 8, the second on January 19, and the final instalment landing on February 16, just ahead of their tour down under.

In addition to re-embracing short-form releases, the project finds the group exploring an off-the-cuff, anything-goes ethos, experimenting with sounds, formats and themes.

We are delighted to be coming back to Australia in 2018, with some new songs to play for you.” Said frontman Stuart Murdoch ahead of the upcoming shows down-under.

Belle & Sebastian formed in 1996. They have released nine studio album,  received critical acclaim from outlets including Pitchfork, SPIN, Rolling Stone, NPR, NME and The New York Times and have produced a back catalogue of both critical and cult-status hits that have helped the band sell out venues for over two decades.

The band arrive in Perth on May 2 before heading east for shows in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.


Wednesday 2nd May
Astor Theatre, Perth WA

Friday 4th May
The Palais, Melbourne VIC

Saturday 5th May
Sydney Opera House, Sydney NSW

Monday 7th May
The Tivoli, Brisbane QLD (18+)


Jamaican musician Chronixx is one of reggae’s leading lights, bringing together the traditions of dub, dancehall, ragga, soul and hip hop into his own fusion which has put reggae back on the main stage.

Discovered in 2014 by Jimmy Fallon during a chance meeting during a Jamaican holiday, Chronixx quickly turned heads around the world after performing on his show, with his first EP topping reggae charts in the US, UK and Japan.  With supports for the likes of The Stone Roses, Nas and Lauryn Hill, Chronixx has proven his cross-genre appeal, with his debut album earlier this year ‘Chronology’ hitting the iTunes top 20 in several countries.

The February tour will awaken reggae fans across the country as Chronixx and his band Zincfence Redemption hit stages in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

Chronixx said: “I’m so excited to be back performing live in Australia for my fans, where I’ll be performing new tracks from the Chronology record as well as the classics. See you soon!”

Tickets for the tour go on sale this Monday November 13 through

Wednesday 21st February
The Metro Theatre, Sydney NSW

Thursday 22nd February
The Corner Hotel, Melbourne VIC

Friday 23rd February
The Zoo, Brisbane, QLD


Live Lane

Sunday 19th November
Moorebeer Brewery, 35 Merrigal Road, Port Macquarie










MJR Presents and Moore Beer are joining forces to transform Moorebeer’s Industrial setting into a live outdoor concert venue this November. The inaugural Live Lane Festival will see Australian music legend Pete Murray headline the event with Busby Marou, William Crighton and local musicians Roy Rose, Pam Hata and Chris Rose.

Pete Murray has three Australian No.1 albums and will be showcasing his newest release Camacho at the event. Busby Marou, a duo from Rockhampton and currently touring with Elton John, will be presenting their third and newest album Postcards From The Shell House, an ARIA #1 album. Amazing live music, local street food vendors and Moore Beer on tap, events like this are often seen in the laneways of Melbourne, the Live Lane Festival is certain to attract a large audience in Port Macquarie.

“It’s been quite a few years since we promoted Pete Murray here is Port Macquarie when he played to a sold out crowd. It’s great to finally have him coming back as we know he and Busby Marou are town favourites. To combine great music with street food and local beer in Port Macquarie’s Industrial Area will undoubtable create a unique event the likes this town has never seen before”. Scott Mesiti, MJR Presents.


Sunday 19th November – Doors Open 1pm

Outdoors At MooreBeer Brewing Company – Merrigal Road in Port Macquarie


  • Seating – This is an industrial style event. Seating is limited and there is a lot of concrete. You can bring a camp chair or small cushions to sit on but NO picnic rugs or lounge chairs etc as space is limited. We will also have limited seating available.
  • Is there shade? – Shade is also limited so please bring a hat and sunscreen
  • When does the music start and stop?– Gates open at 1pm on Sunday 19th November with bands starting shortly after. The last band will finish at approximately 7:30pm.
  • Is this is a licensed 18+ event?– Yes, this event is fully licensed. You are not permitted to bring in your own alcohol or food. Food and drinks (including unopened bottle water) will be confiscated at the gate and not returned.
  • Will I need Photo ID? Yes, this event is fully licensed. You will be asked to show ID to enter (regardless of age). It is also handy to have incase there is an issue with your ticket scanning.
  • What if I get hungry?– There will be food vendors within the event, more details to follow but we recommend to bring some bucks for some great nosh.
  • What if I need money?– Food vendors will be cash only, the bars will work on cash and EFTPOS with limited cash out, but don’t rely on machines, bring some cash to be safe.
  • I’m concerned about safety, who or what will be there if I need help?– MJR Presents has full Public Liability insurance. There will be security there and also first aid to help anyone who is in need.
  • Can I leave the festival and comeback in?– Yes but we advise against it. You will also be subject to searches and possibly breathlysed upon re-entry.
  • How will weather affect the event?– Obviously we are hoping for great weather, and it generally will go ahead rain, hail or shine. We do have measures in place for bad weather. If the weather presents a safety concern we may re-schedule or cancel the event.
  • Are there toilets?– yes we will be providing toilets for patrons to use.
  • What CAN’T  I bring? no pets, no glass, no weapons, no picnic rugs, no food or drinks of any kind, patrons will be subjected to searches and anyone bringing in items prohibited may be refused entry.
  • IMPORTANT please ensure that you have joined the FACEBOOK event for any last minute event updates. CLICK HERE to join



We want you to get home safe.

Telegraph Point
Oxley Highway @ King Creek Road, King Creek
Bain Park, Oxley Lane, Wauchope
Oxley Highway @ Stoney Creek Road
Oxley Highway @ Billabong Drive
John Oxley Drive, opposite King Fisher Drive

Bold Street, before Tunis Street, Laurieton
Post Office, Ocean Drive, Bonny Hills
Lake Cathie Health Centre, Ocean Drive, Lake Cathie
Ocean Drive @ Oxley Street, Lake Cathie
St Peters Primary School, Ocean Drive, Port Macquarie

Lighthouse Holiday Village
Lighthouse Surf Club
Ocean Drive after Emerald Drive, Tacking Point (near Tavern)
Pacific Drive, before Shelley Beach Road, Shelley Beach (Sea Acres)
Pacific Drive @ Parklands Close
Pacific Drive, before Ocean Street, Flynn’s Beach

Gordon Street, after Grant Street
Short Street, near Hayward Street Bus Stop
Gordon Street, after Gore Street
Oxley Highway @ Widderson Street
Oxley Highway, opposite Port Macquarie Race Club, Port Macquarie
Marian Drive, before Merrymen Way, Port Macquarie
Marian Drive, opposite Lincoln Gardens Retirement Village, Port Macquarie
Sherwood Road, before Tulloch Road, Port Macquarie

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This event is a licensed 18+ is an event.

  • All bags/containers will be subject to a full search
  • No refund, exchange or replacement of ticket after purchase.
  • We reserve the right to add/withdraw or substitute acts within the line up
  • The right of admission is reserved
  • Your ticket will be exchanged for a wristband upon entry. This wristband cannot be removed and given to another person. If you lose, remove or break your wristband you will be unable to get a replacement and you may be asked to leave.
  • Entry is at own risk. MJR Presents does not accept responsibility for any injuries, loss or damage sustained within or around the event.
  • This event is a licensed 18+ event, intoxicated persons may be refused entry or asked to leave.
  • Banned Items include: glass, drugs including synthetic drugs, weapons of any kind, pets, furniture, laser lights, fireworks, flammable liquids of any kind. Discovery of any such item will result in eviction and possible prosecution.
  • Confiscated items will not be returned to patrons.
  • Stage diving, crowd surfing and moshing are strictly prohibited.
  • Aggressive behaviour will not be tolerated and could result in eviction.
  • MJR Presents maintains the right to cancel ticket purchases of any person/s whom they deem not suitable for this event.
  • This event will run in all weather unless the safety of the artists and patrons are in danger. MJR Presents reserves the right to reschedule the event and change locations.
  • There is no vehicle access to the lane way except in case of emergency.


I Love The 90’s

Due to international scheduling issues outside of our control, the ‘I Love The 90’s Tour: The Party Continues’  will no longer be visiting Australia or New Zealand in March 2018.

We’re extremely disappointed by this, however negotiations are currently taking place to reschedule the Australian and New Zealand legs of the tour. Refunds will be issued to all current ticketholders via their place of purchase, to ensure the minimum of inconvenience.

MJR by Association with UAA

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This is how we do it Australia! The 90s are back with ‘I Love the 90s Tour: The Party Continues’ heading back downunder this March to Australia and New Zealand.

Following on from sellout shows across Australia earlier this year, a new line-up of the 90’s hottest acts is gonna make you sweat, bringing the best in hip hop, R&B and dance from Naughty by Nature (OPP, Hip Hop Hooray), Blackstreet (No Diggity), Sisqo (The Thong Song), Montell Jordan (This Is How We Do It), All 4 One (I Swear), Rob Base (It Takes Two), C&C Music Factory with Freedom Williams (Gonna Make You Sweat, Things That Make You Go Hmm) and Snap (The Power, Rhythm Is A Dancer).

The 90’s are well and truly alive and we’re going to live them again on this tour Australia! It takes two, plus you, and we have the party!” Said Rob Base.

Those who caught the original ‘I Love the 90s’ tour earlier this year will know exactly what to expect: a night full of fun, dancing and nostalgia celebrating the songs that defined a generation. With eight hitmakers playing across the night, ‘I Love the 90s: The Party Continues’ promises hit after hit after hit!

Australia! Let’s have a party! We couldn’t be more excited to head down under and get these parties well and truly started with you” said Blackstreet

Tickets for 2018’s biggest 90s party go on sale Friday September 29 from



South London new-wave legends Squeeze are headed for Australia in 2018 for a run of not-to-be-missed shows. With hits like ‘Cool For Cats’, ‘Tempted’ and ‘Up The Junction’, Squeeze will bring the soundtrack of the 70s and 80s into full focus with special guest punk poet Dr John Cooper Clarke.

Squeeze first formed in 1973, brought together by an ad in a sweetshop window. By 1977 they had made their recording debut and enjoyed a string of hits which lasted until 1982, the maturity of their songs outliving their initial burst of chart activity on the back of New Wave.

Over the years there have been solo careers and occasional separations, but the Ivor Novello Award-winning act have been a consistent fixture of the UK and US music scenes over four decades, with recent activity including the critically acclaimed album soundtrack to the BBC sitcom ‘Cradle to Grave’ in 2015 and a triumphant return to Glastonbury in 2016.

Their first trip downunder since re-forming a decade ago, Squeeze have never been more vibrant, relevant and on point as they couple their pop sensibilities with poignant lyrics and a live show that’s not to be missed.

The line-up will feature founding member Glenn Tilbrook, long-standing touring members Stephen Large & Simon Hanson, and the new addition of bassist Yolanda Charles and Steve Smith on percussion.

Thursday 26th April
The Tivoli, Brisbane, QLD

Metro Theatre, Sydney, NSW


Saturday 28th April
The Forum, Melbourne, VIC

Monday 30th April
The Gov, Adelaide, SA

 Tuesday 1st May
Astor Theatre, Perth, WA


Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

After visiting Australia for a series of sold out shows in 2013, LA three-piece Black Rebel Motorcycle Club have announced that they’ll once again return for a run of shows to showcase their much anticipated new album, expected in early 2018.

Presented by MJR Presents, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club will visit Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, and Perth where they’ll be performing a selection of new material as well as crowd favourites from the bands illustrious 19-year, seven album back catalogue, showing why they are one of the world’s most celebrated live bands.

‘Every time we’ve toured Australia something in some way has tried to kill me at one point or another, and always in new and somewhat inspired ways. So I have a great deal of respect for whatever cosmic forces are going on down there. It definitely keeps me on my toes though, which is all you really need to make rock’n’roll I guess.  Two good toes and a reason to keep tappin them.’

-Robert Levon Been / BRMC

Since their debut release in 2001, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club have made a name for themselves on a global scale. By fusing together elements of the psych, space rock, noise-pop and classic rock and roll that weave themselves across five acclaimed studio albums, BRMC live shows have often been hailed as events rather than mere gigs; a dynamic showcase of dark, brooding rock mixed with an energetic show you can’t take your eyes off.


Monday 19th March
Astor Theatre, Perth, WA

Tuesday 20th March
The Gov, Adelaide, SA

Thursday 22nd March
The Tivoli, Brisbane, QLD

Friday 23rd March
The Enmore, Sydney, NSW

Saturday 24th March
The Forum, Melbourne, VIC – SOLD OUT

 Sunday 25th March
The Corner, Melbourne, VIC




WATCH ‘I Don’t Want A Lover’

WATCH ‘Say What You Want’


With some of the 90s biggest anthems to their name, UK hitmakers Texas are heading to Australia this December for the first time in their 28-year career.

With a new album ‘Jump On Board’, including their new single ‘Let’s Work it Out’, the band continue to release pop classics nearly three decades after they first emerged on the scene with their seminal album ‘Southside’. The album became their first of three #1s and spawned four UK chart hits including the Australian top five smash ‘I Don’t Want a Lover’.

The band’s career soared to even greater heights in 1997 when ‘Say What You Want’ topped charts across the world, resulting in their album ‘White On Blonde’ hitting six times platinum in the UK, bringing their overall album sales to over 40 million across the world over their career.

With their iconic frontwoman Sharleen Spiteri out front, Texas will be bringing all their hits to Australia, the first time they’ve toured Australia in over a decade. With shows across Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth, the tour brings one of the UKs most important live acts to Australia for a rare night of looking forward and looking back.


Wednesday 13th December
170 Russell, Melbourne VIC

Thursday 14th December
The Gov, Adelaide, SA

Friday 15th December
Astor Theatre, Perth, WA

Monday 18th December
Metro Theatre, Sydney, NSW

Tuesday 19th December
The Triffid, Brisbane, QLD