29 July
Hot Club Swing
French gypsy jazz band Hot Club Swing will play Jack Rabbit Vineyard as part of its Fireside Jazz Series 2017.
Playing music from 1930s Paris, Hot Club Swing will be the second show of the series before Kissing Harriet on 19 August.
Jack Rabbit Vineyard

3 August
Post-grunge Aussie rock band Grinspoon is visiting Geelong as part of its national Guide to Better Living Tour.
Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the same-named debut album, Grinspoon will play all the tracks from cover to cover in a show sure to delight long-time fans.
The Wool Exchange

4 August
Tapestry: The Songs of Carol King
Two of Australia’s greatest songstresses will play the music of King’s seminal album after a series of sold-out shows around Australia.
Vika Bull and Debra Byrne describe themselves as long-time fans of the legendary American singer-songwriter, promising an enchanting night of King’s hits from the ’70s.
Costa Hall

15 August
Soul Sisters Swing
After more than 30 years performing throughout Australia, local cover band Soul Sister Swing is back.
Playing all the favourites from the ’40s era, the sisters really get any joint swinging with their soulful harmonies.
The Potato Shed

18 August
The Songs of Countdown.
Wogs Out of Work star George Kapiniaris joins Chantoozies member Tottie Goldsmith in this musical comedy tribute.
The pair will reprise some of the greatest songs from the glory days of Countdown in a dinner and show sure to bring back the memories.
Sphinx Hotel
North Geelong

26 August
Pete Murray
With over one million album sales to his name, Byron Bay singer-songwriter Pete Murray will visit Geelong to showcase new and old favourite tracks as part of his 33-date national tour.
New single new Take Me Down will be among the highlights taken from Murray’s sixth studio album, Camacho.
The Wool Exchange

1 September
Dan Sultan
Melbourne singer-songwriter Dan Sultan’s on the road to promote fourth album, Killer, out on 28 July.
Sultan says the new album features some of his best songs yet, including singles Hold it Together and Magnetic.
The Wool Exchange

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