Events around Forum Melbourne

West Side Story - Performed Live to Film
Music

West Side Story - Performed Live to Film

Friday 7:30pm (27 July)
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Southbank

Mafikizolo Aussie Tour 2018. Melbourne
Music

Mafikizolo Aussie Tour 2018. Melbourne

Friday 8:00pm (24 August)
Max Watt's House of Music, Melbourne

Melbourne Celtic Piping Session
Music

Melbourne Celtic Piping Session

Sunday 2:00pm (16 September)
Exford Hotel, Melbourne

Mariah Carey - New Tour Dates
Music

Mariah Carey - New Tour Dates

Wednesday 6:00pm (10 October)
Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne

Celine Dion Concert at Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, VIC
Music

Celine Dion Concert at Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, VIC

Wednesday 7:30pm (08 August)
Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne

The Melbourne Gothic & Victorian Picnic 2018
Religion

The Melbourne Gothic & Victorian Picnic 2018

Saturday 1:00pm (13 October)
Fitzroy Gardens, Melbourne

Melbourne AW18 Finders Keepers Market
Shopping

Melbourne AW18 Finders Keepers Market

Friday 12:00pm (13 July)
Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne


The Brian Jonestown Massacre

The Brian Jonestown Massacre


When?

Start time: Thursday 7:00pm (14 June)
End time: Thursday 11:00pm (14 June)

Where?

Forum Melbourne
154 Flinders st (Corner Russell & Flinders Streets), Melbourne
Music

About

Iconoclastic purveyors of drone-laden psychedelia, The Brian Jonestown Massacre make their long-awaited Australian return in June, 2018. With their brand new album Something Else and an exclusive invitation as guests of Vivid Sydney, the band have extended their trip with dates right across the country.

Lead by prolific outlier Anton Newcombe, The Brian Jonestown Massacre have ploughed their own fertile furrow in the field of neo-psychedelia, yielding an impressive harvest of 15 acclaimed studio albums across 28 years, including the brand new long player Something Else, which returns to the classic BJM reduction of swirling retro-hued guitars, washed over droning, hypnotic primal rhythms and Newcombe’s trademark edifying and biting social commentary.

The Brian Jonestown Massacre have built a devoted fan base in Australia, galvanised by electrifying live shows across multiple tours since the mid 2000’s and nourished by an impressively constant flow of exciting new recorded music. BJM fans know that each time they strap in for another journey with the band, whether on record, or in mortal flesh they are in for one hell of a trip.