In fantastic news for fans of live music, TEG Live and Live Nation have teamed up with the New South Wales Government to present The Greatest Southern Nights – two major COVID Safe concerts at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena. The concert on Saturday 28 November, will be headlined by psychedelic surf rockers Ocean Alley, along with climate ally, ARIA nominee and rising Australian star Jack River and the simplistic but poignant lyrical stylings of Ruby Fields, with support from Jack Botts. The concert on Saturday 5 December, will see one of Australia’s biggest stars, Bernard Fanning take the stage, along with multi-platinum-selling musician Matt Corby and support from Merci, Mercy. With an affordable ticket price and a city of five million people eager for the return of live music, this is sure to be a night to remember and an incredible initiative to kick-start the recovery of the live music, hospitality and tourism industries which have been so dramatically impacted by the pandemic. The safety of music fans is paramount and organisers will work closely with the public health authorities to ensure this show is held in a COVID Safe environment.
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