Helmet stormed Australian stages delivering career defining songs and all-time fan favourites. A complete evening of essential music from one of the pioneers of Alt-Metal.

 Tuesday 02 May, 2023
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Nice 'n' sleazy Stranglers do it every time at the Northcote Theatre

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Rod Stewart Wears It Well At A Day On The Green

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Riot Grrrl Rampage At The Forum With Bikini Kill

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Pavement Spread Their Gold Soundz At The Palais Theatre

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I Spit On Your Gravy shock Castlemaine

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21 Sumner’s Tales - Sting at Mt Duneed Estate

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Osees chugging groove rocks The Croxton Bandroom

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