A New Kind Of Rock In Australia: Tourism And Music Meet In Australia

Looking for the latest place to catch some sun, meet some new people, and experience some great music? Look no further than Australia, the world’s newest hotspot for festival-goers and music lovers. With a thriving rock scene, beautiful venues, and some of the world’s most devoted music fans, concerts in Australia have become an event worth travelling for.

Though it’s not the easiest holiday destination to travel to, Australia has grown ever more popular as a holiday destination for those looking for sun and sea, especially for those from the Northern Hemisphere looking to catch a tan in the winter months.

Much of Australia’s rise on the tourist map is it’s growing arts & and culture scene, with music being at the centre of this. Since the Big Day Out festival opened with Nirvana and the Violent Femmes Australia has become the place to play for guitar bands. From the bombastic international stars at Splendour in the Grass, to the alternative vibe of the Meredith music festival, there’s something available for everyone.

For the really adventurous, there’s the St. Jerome’s Laneway festival, where you’ll find bands playing in alleys and urban passages over most major Australian cities. It’s a quirky event that’s grown every year into something truly amazing. Classic rock fans are also well-served, with recent gigs by Queen and the Eagles, as well as available tickets for the Rolling Stones in the autumn.

For both travellers looking for something new, and music fans who’d like a change of scenery, the Australian music scene is not to be missed. Grab yourself some tickets at Ticketbis.com.au and see why the rest of the world is flocking to Australia for their musical kicks.

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