Gig Guide

Check out where you can see HOTP’s clients – our gig guide includes what we are working on for our venue’s show dates, festival dates and our artist’s tour dates:

Note: Gig dates are correct at time of publishing and are subject to change without notice, with start times listed as a guide only. Please check link in gig listing for up-to-date information.

Dec
8
Wed
2021
The Wolfe Brothers @ Edge Hill Tavern
Dec 8 @ 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm
The Wolfe Brothers @ Edge Hill Tavern

The Wolfe Brothers announce the first dates of their Startin’ Something National Tour 2021

Australia’s favourite country rockers The Wolfe Brothers are heading back out on the road in 2021 with their highly anticipated Startin’ Something National Tour. After signing a new world-wide record deal with BMG in 2020, the band released two smash hit singles in the second half of the year. No Brakes and Anybody Ever went straight to #1 on the national radio charts, with No Brakes holding the #1 spot for a record breaking eight consecutive weeks. Anybody Ever is still in the charts, currently at #1 for the fifth week in a row. Not only did these two smash hit songs bring the band’s tally to an incredible 14 consecutive #1 singles over their career, but No Brakes was named #1 Song Of The Year on the KIX Network and the 88.9FM end of year Charts.

With a swag of new songs recorded during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown in 2020, The Wolfe Brothers are planning to release their new album in the first half of this year. “We are so grateful for the response to the first two singles released from our forthcoming album,” says Tom Wolfe. “The plan is to put out one more single before we release the album and I am super excited to get this one out there.”

Nick Wolfe says the band can’t wait to share the album with fans. “We put a lot of time into this record and I think it shows in how all the new songs have come up,” he says. “Tom and I are really happy with it and can’t wait to release it and to get back out on tour with the new songs. I am sure we will test run some of the album’s songs at all the shows leading up to the release. It is always fun to give everyone a taste of what is to come and get the feedback from the fans.”

The Wolfe Brothers have built an ever-growing fanbase from the quality and energy of their live shows. After a year of being in lockdown and unable to travel, they are ready to get the party rolling again all over Australia with a new show and a bunch of new songs that will take it to the next level.

Book your tickets and join the Wolfe Pack for a great night of Aussie country rock at its best. The Wolfe Brothers special guest for the first two shows in March is two-time Golden Guitar winner Andrew Swift. Since finding his feet in the Australian country scene as a Toyota Starmaker grand-finalist in 2017, Andrew Swift as gone from strength-to-strength, his debut album Call Out For the Cavalry debuted at #1 on the ARIA Australian Country Charts.

For more information, please visit www.thewolfebrothers.com

Tickets for The Wolfe Brothers Startin’ Something tour are on sale now.

Dec
10
Fri
2021
The Wolfe Brothers @ Hamilton Hotel
Dec 10 @ 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm
The Wolfe Brothers @ Hamilton Hotel

The Wolfe Brothers announce the first dates of their Startin’ Something National Tour 2021

Australia’s favourite country rockers The Wolfe Brothers are heading back out on the road in 2021 with their highly anticipated Startin’ Something National Tour. After signing a new world-wide record deal with BMG in 2020, the band released two smash hit singles in the second half of the year. No Brakes and Anybody Ever went straight to #1 on the national radio charts, with No Brakes holding the #1 spot for a record breaking eight consecutive weeks. Anybody Ever is still in the charts, currently at #1 for the fifth week in a row. Not only did these two smash hit songs bring the band’s tally to an incredible 14 consecutive #1 singles over their career, but No Brakes was named #1 Song Of The Year on the KIX Network and the 88.9FM end of year Charts.

With a swag of new songs recorded during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown in 2020, The Wolfe Brothers are planning to release their new album in the first half of this year. “We are so grateful for the response to the first two singles released from our forthcoming album,” says Tom Wolfe. “The plan is to put out one more single before we release the album and I am super excited to get this one out there.”

Nick Wolfe says the band can’t wait to share the album with fans. “We put a lot of time into this record and I think it shows in how all the new songs have come up,” he says. “Tom and I are really happy with it and can’t wait to release it and to get back out on tour with the new songs. I am sure we will test run some of the album’s songs at all the shows leading up to the release. It is always fun to give everyone a taste of what is to come and get the feedback from the fans.”

The Wolfe Brothers have built an ever-growing fanbase from the quality and energy of their live shows. After a year of being in lockdown and unable to travel, they are ready to get the party rolling again all over Australia with a new show and a bunch of new songs that will take it to the next level.

Book your tickets and join the Wolfe Pack for a great night of Aussie country rock at its best. The Wolfe Brothers special guest for the first two shows in March is two-time Golden Guitar winner Andrew Swift. Since finding his feet in the Australian country scene as a Toyota Starmaker grand-finalist in 2017, Andrew Swift as gone from strength-to-strength, his debut album Call Out For the Cavalry debuted at #1 on the ARIA Australian Country Charts.

For more information, please visit www.thewolfebrothers.com

Tickets for The Wolfe Brothers Startin’ Something tour are on sale now.

Dec
11
Sat
2021
Bellarine Music Festival @ BELLARINE ESTATE
Dec 11 @ 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Bellarine Music Festival @ BELLARINE ESTATE

Bellarine Music Festival brings live music back to regional Victoria this festive season

Weekly series featuring Brian Mannix & The Androids, Ross Wilson & The Peaceniks, Daryl Braithwaite, Forever 80s, The Black Sorrows & More

Limited tickets available – Tickets on sale now

Celebrating Victorians love of all things culture, a new music festival is launching this December to embrace everything great about the Bellarine Peninsula – wide open spaces, vineyards and fantastic live music. The Bellarine Music Festival kicks off with on Saturday 11th December with an impressive line-up of Aussie music royalty and the excitement doesn’t stop for the rest of the month, with shows every Saturday and Sunday, excluding Christmas weekend. There is also a special New Year’s Day event to celebrate 2022 in proper style.

Organised by Premier Artists, the aim of the festival is to get live music happening in the regions again, and with a line-up that features the likes of Brian Mannix & The Androids, Ross Wilson & The Peaceniks, Daryl Braithwaite, Forever 80s, and The Black Sorrows, plus many more across the month, there has never been a better time to support the live music industry.

Brad O’Brien from Premier Artists says the team has been working diligently behind the scenes to release a series of shows supporting our great Australian talent, with more to come. “Teaming up with Bellarine Estate and MoonMother, where we have run successful shows in the past, was the logical place to launch the Bellarine Music Festival,” he says. “It’s great to get back into regional Victoria where we can provide entertainment for the locals, as well as attract lots of other visitors to the region. We are aiming these as very intimate COVID-safe concerts to get people back to live outdoor music.”

The first concert in the series kicks off on Saturday 11th December with an impressive line-up featuring Brian Mannix & The Androids, The Chantoozies and Taxiride. The next day on Sunday 12th December, the event is headlined by Ross Wilson & The Peaceniks, The Badloves and Kings Canyon.

The series returns the following weekend on Saturday 18th December with Daryl Braithwaite and JR Reyne, and on Sunday 19th December with Forever 80s and JR Reyne. A special New Year’s Day event is scheduled for Saturday 1st January with The Black Sorrows and Darlinghurst.

Brad says there is accommodation available on the Bellarine Peninsula and hopes music lovers will make a trip out of the event and see what else the region has to offer. “Access to the Bellarine Peninsula is excellent via road, or sea now with the Port Phillip Ferries direct from Docklands,” he says. Tickets for the Bellarine Music Festival are on sale now, there are limited tickets available to these intimate COVID-safe outdoor concerts.

For more information, please visit www.bellarinemusicfestival.com.au

The Wolfe Brothers @ Racehorse Hotel
Dec 11 @ 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm
The Wolfe Brothers @ Racehorse Hotel

The Wolfe Brothers announce the first dates of their Startin’ Something National Tour 2021

Australia’s favourite country rockers The Wolfe Brothers are heading back out on the road in 2021 with their highly anticipated Startin’ Something National Tour. After signing a new world-wide record deal with BMG in 2020, the band released two smash hit singles in the second half of the year. No Brakes and Anybody Ever went straight to #1 on the national radio charts, with No Brakes holding the #1 spot for a record breaking eight consecutive weeks. Anybody Ever is still in the charts, currently at #1 for the fifth week in a row. Not only did these two smash hit songs bring the band’s tally to an incredible 14 consecutive #1 singles over their career, but No Brakes was named #1 Song Of The Year on the KIX Network and the 88.9FM end of year Charts.

With a swag of new songs recorded during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown in 2020, The Wolfe Brothers are planning to release their new album in the first half of this year. “We are so grateful for the response to the first two singles released from our forthcoming album,” says Tom Wolfe. “The plan is to put out one more single before we release the album and I am super excited to get this one out there.”

Nick Wolfe says the band can’t wait to share the album with fans. “We put a lot of time into this record and I think it shows in how all the new songs have come up,” he says. “Tom and I are really happy with it and can’t wait to release it and to get back out on tour with the new songs. I am sure we will test run some of the album’s songs at all the shows leading up to the release. It is always fun to give everyone a taste of what is to come and get the feedback from the fans.”

The Wolfe Brothers have built an ever-growing fanbase from the quality and energy of their live shows. After a year of being in lockdown and unable to travel, they are ready to get the party rolling again all over Australia with a new show and a bunch of new songs that will take it to the next level.

Book your tickets and join the Wolfe Pack for a great night of Aussie country rock at its best. The Wolfe Brothers special guest for the first two shows in March is two-time Golden Guitar winner Andrew Swift. Since finding his feet in the Australian country scene as a Toyota Starmaker grand-finalist in 2017, Andrew Swift as gone from strength-to-strength, his debut album Call Out For the Cavalry debuted at #1 on the ARIA Australian Country Charts.

For more information, please visit www.thewolfebrothers.com

Tickets for The Wolfe Brothers Startin’ Something tour are on sale now.

Dec
12
Sun
2021
Bellarine Music Festival @ BELLARINE ESTATE
Dec 12 @ 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Bellarine Music Festival @ BELLARINE ESTATE

Bellarine Music Festival brings live music back to regional Victoria this festive season

Weekly series featuring Brian Mannix & The Androids, Ross Wilson & The Peaceniks, Daryl Braithwaite, Forever 80s, The Black Sorrows & More

Limited tickets available – Tickets on sale now

Celebrating Victorians love of all things culture, a new music festival is launching this December to embrace everything great about the Bellarine Peninsula – wide open spaces, vineyards and fantastic live music. The Bellarine Music Festival kicks off with on Saturday 11th December with an impressive line-up of Aussie music royalty and the excitement doesn’t stop for the rest of the month, with shows every Saturday and Sunday, excluding Christmas weekend. There is also a special New Year’s Day event to celebrate 2022 in proper style.

Organised by Premier Artists, the aim of the festival is to get live music happening in the regions again, and with a line-up that features the likes of Brian Mannix & The Androids, Ross Wilson & The Peaceniks, Daryl Braithwaite, Forever 80s, and The Black Sorrows, plus many more across the month, there has never been a better time to support the live music industry.

Brad O’Brien from Premier Artists says the team has been working diligently behind the scenes to release a series of shows supporting our great Australian talent, with more to come. “Teaming up with Bellarine Estate and MoonMother, where we have run successful shows in the past, was the logical place to launch the Bellarine Music Festival,” he says. “It’s great to get back into regional Victoria where we can provide entertainment for the locals, as well as attract lots of other visitors to the region. We are aiming these as very intimate COVID-safe concerts to get people back to live outdoor music.”

The first concert in the series kicks off on Saturday 11th December with an impressive line-up featuring Brian Mannix & The Androids, The Chantoozies and Taxiride. The next day on Sunday 12th December, the event is headlined by Ross Wilson & The Peaceniks, The Badloves and Kings Canyon.

The series returns the following weekend on Saturday 18th December with Daryl Braithwaite and JR Reyne, and on Sunday 19th December with Forever 80s and JR Reyne. A special New Year’s Day event is scheduled for Saturday 1st January with The Black Sorrows and Darlinghurst.

Brad says there is accommodation available on the Bellarine Peninsula and hopes music lovers will make a trip out of the event and see what else the region has to offer. “Access to the Bellarine Peninsula is excellent via road, or sea now with the Port Phillip Ferries direct from Docklands,” he says. Tickets for the Bellarine Music Festival are on sale now, there are limited tickets available to these intimate COVID-safe outdoor concerts.

For more information, please visit www.bellarinemusicfestival.com.au

Dec
17
Fri
2021
HOTP Closed for New Year Break
Dec 17 all-day
HOTP Closed for New Year Break

The HOTP office will be closed for the New Year period and will reopen on Monday 10th January 2022.

You can still leave a message via https://www.hotoffthepress.com.au/contact-us during this time and we will return your message when we return.

Have a safe festive season everyone! #merrychristmas 🎅

HOTP Team

Claymore @ Mission To Seafarers
Dec 17 @ 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm
Claymore @ Mission To Seafarers

Melbourne’s Celtic rockers Claymore are kicking off the festive celebrations with their annual A Celtic Christmas show

Friday 17th December 2021 | Mission To Seafarers, Docklands Vic

A highlight on the Melbourne Christmas calendar, Claymore’s A Celtic Christmas returns in 2021 to kick the festival season off in style. The Celtic rockers are gearing up for a massive show and can’t wait to get back out on stage, doing what they do best, playing live music. Since the band started their festival tradition back in 2014, their A Celtic Christmas show has brought in a swag of special guests, the acclaimed Glenbrae Celtic Dancers, and Claymore’s own special brand of Christmas cheer.

For lead singer William Hutton, the annual A Celtic Christmas in 2021 promises to be more special than normal. “Our plan for the night is, as always, fun,” he says. “We have missed gigging and entertaining, doing what we love to do so much, so we can’t wait. The fact that it is our annual A Celtic Christmas show is just a big celebration bonus. As always, a few special guests will likely turn up, and turn it up to ten!”

As for special guests, William isn’t giving anything away. Previous years have seen Claymore share the stage with Damien Leith, Eric Bogle and Colin Lilly, to name a few. “Everyone from the Celtic music scene and beyond has been amazing and very keen to be a part of the spirit of these gigs,” he says. “We always like to keep it close to our chest as to who might make an appearance. Let’s say they are always worth the price of the ticket themselves and always great entertainment. Mums the word for now…”

One of the special guests that William is happy to champion is the Glenbrae Celtic Dancers, who have become a regular at Claymore shows. “The Glenbrae Celtic Dancers – The Clayettes – are just so important to a Claymore show,” says William. “We are so lucky to have these amazing Australian champion dancers as our partners in our entertainment journey for so many years. The level of talent in this group is beyond measure and they are all such wonderful human beings to boot.”

The A Celtic Christmas kicked off almost by a lucky accident in 2014 with Claymore’s first Christmas show, and was so well received that it has become an annual occurrence. “We had always planned a gig as close to Christmas as we could, more of our own ‘make sure we all see each other before Christmas’ reason,” says William. “I think from that 2014 show we realised this Christmas thing is great, we should have one every year. It became a thing and it has just got bigger and better every year. Now it seems to be the expected thing from the Claymore gang, our friends and followers. Who would have thought it? Now that its just expected, it is great!”

Tickets to Claymore A Celtic Christmas are on sale now.  

Friday 17th December 2021
Mission To Seafarers, DOCKLANDS VIC
www.missiontoseafarers.com.au

For more information, please visit www.claymore.org

Dec
18
Sat
2021
HOTP Closed for New Year Break
Dec 18 all-day
HOTP Closed for New Year Break

The HOTP office will be closed for the New Year period and will reopen on Monday 10th January 2022.

You can still leave a message via https://www.hotoffthepress.com.au/contact-us during this time and we will return your message when we return.

Have a safe festive season everyone! #merrychristmas 🎅

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Bellarine Music Festival @ BELLARINE ESTATE
Dec 18 @ 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Bellarine Music Festival @ BELLARINE ESTATE

Bellarine Music Festival brings live music back to regional Victoria this festive season

Weekly series featuring Brian Mannix & The Androids, Ross Wilson & The Peaceniks, Daryl Braithwaite, Forever 80s, The Black Sorrows & More

Limited tickets available – Tickets on sale now

Celebrating Victorians love of all things culture, a new music festival is launching this December to embrace everything great about the Bellarine Peninsula – wide open spaces, vineyards and fantastic live music. The Bellarine Music Festival kicks off with on Saturday 11th December with an impressive line-up of Aussie music royalty and the excitement doesn’t stop for the rest of the month, with shows every Saturday and Sunday, excluding Christmas weekend. There is also a special New Year’s Day event to celebrate 2022 in proper style.

Organised by Premier Artists, the aim of the festival is to get live music happening in the regions again, and with a line-up that features the likes of Brian Mannix & The Androids, Ross Wilson & The Peaceniks, Daryl Braithwaite, Forever 80s, and The Black Sorrows, plus many more across the month, there has never been a better time to support the live music industry.

Brad O’Brien from Premier Artists says the team has been working diligently behind the scenes to release a series of shows supporting our great Australian talent, with more to come. “Teaming up with Bellarine Estate and MoonMother, where we have run successful shows in the past, was the logical place to launch the Bellarine Music Festival,” he says. “It’s great to get back into regional Victoria where we can provide entertainment for the locals, as well as attract lots of other visitors to the region. We are aiming these as very intimate COVID-safe concerts to get people back to live outdoor music.”

The first concert in the series kicks off on Saturday 11th December with an impressive line-up featuring Brian Mannix & The Androids, The Chantoozies and Taxiride. The next day on Sunday 12th December, the event is headlined by Ross Wilson & The Peaceniks, The Badloves and Kings Canyon.

The series returns the following weekend on Saturday 18th December with Daryl Braithwaite and JR Reyne, and on Sunday 19th December with Forever 80s and JR Reyne. A special New Year’s Day event is scheduled for Saturday 1st January with The Black Sorrows and Darlinghurst.

Brad says there is accommodation available on the Bellarine Peninsula and hopes music lovers will make a trip out of the event and see what else the region has to offer. “Access to the Bellarine Peninsula is excellent via road, or sea now with the Port Phillip Ferries direct from Docklands,” he says. Tickets for the Bellarine Music Festival are on sale now, there are limited tickets available to these intimate COVID-safe outdoor concerts.

For more information, please visit www.bellarinemusicfestival.com.au

Dec
19
Sun
2021
HOTP Closed for New Year Break
Dec 19 all-day
HOTP Closed for New Year Break

The HOTP office will be closed for the New Year period and will reopen on Monday 10th January 2022.

You can still leave a message via https://www.hotoffthepress.com.au/contact-us during this time and we will return your message when we return.

Have a safe festive season everyone! #merrychristmas 🎅

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Bellarine Music Festival @ BELLARINE ESTATE
Dec 19 @ 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Bellarine Music Festival @ BELLARINE ESTATE

Bellarine Music Festival brings live music back to regional Victoria this festive season

Weekly series featuring Brian Mannix & The Androids, Ross Wilson & The Peaceniks, Daryl Braithwaite, Forever 80s, The Black Sorrows & More

Limited tickets available – Tickets on sale now

Celebrating Victorians love of all things culture, a new music festival is launching this December to embrace everything great about the Bellarine Peninsula – wide open spaces, vineyards and fantastic live music. The Bellarine Music Festival kicks off with on Saturday 11th December with an impressive line-up of Aussie music royalty and the excitement doesn’t stop for the rest of the month, with shows every Saturday and Sunday, excluding Christmas weekend. There is also a special New Year’s Day event to celebrate 2022 in proper style.

Organised by Premier Artists, the aim of the festival is to get live music happening in the regions again, and with a line-up that features the likes of Brian Mannix & The Androids, Ross Wilson & The Peaceniks, Daryl Braithwaite, Forever 80s, and The Black Sorrows, plus many more across the month, there has never been a better time to support the live music industry.

Brad O’Brien from Premier Artists says the team has been working diligently behind the scenes to release a series of shows supporting our great Australian talent, with more to come. “Teaming up with Bellarine Estate and MoonMother, where we have run successful shows in the past, was the logical place to launch the Bellarine Music Festival,” he says. “It’s great to get back into regional Victoria where we can provide entertainment for the locals, as well as attract lots of other visitors to the region. We are aiming these as very intimate COVID-safe concerts to get people back to live outdoor music.”

The first concert in the series kicks off on Saturday 11th December with an impressive line-up featuring Brian Mannix & The Androids, The Chantoozies and Taxiride. The next day on Sunday 12th December, the event is headlined by Ross Wilson & The Peaceniks, The Badloves and Kings Canyon.

The series returns the following weekend on Saturday 18th December with Daryl Braithwaite and JR Reyne, and on Sunday 19th December with Forever 80s and JR Reyne. A special New Year’s Day event is scheduled for Saturday 1st January with The Black Sorrows and Darlinghurst.

Brad says there is accommodation available on the Bellarine Peninsula and hopes music lovers will make a trip out of the event and see what else the region has to offer. “Access to the Bellarine Peninsula is excellent via road, or sea now with the Port Phillip Ferries direct from Docklands,” he says. Tickets for the Bellarine Music Festival are on sale now, there are limited tickets available to these intimate COVID-safe outdoor concerts.

For more information, please visit www.bellarinemusicfestival.com.au

Dec
20
Mon
2021
HOTP Closed for New Year Break
Dec 20 all-day
HOTP Closed for New Year Break

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Have a safe festive season everyone! #merrychristmas 🎅

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Dec
21
Tue
2021
HOTP Closed for New Year Break
Dec 21 all-day
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Dec
22
Wed
2021
HOTP Closed for New Year Break
Dec 22 all-day
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Dec
23
Thu
2021
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Dec
24
Fri
2021
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Dec 24 all-day
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Dec
25
Sat
2021
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Dec 25 all-day
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Dec
26
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2021
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Dec
27
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2021
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Dec
28
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2021
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