Vines To Make Amends At Annandale's 10th?
The Vines’ Craig Nicholls will wrestle some pretty personal demons when he performs at the opening night of The Annandale's 10th birthday celebrations on June 23.
The iconic Sydney pub was the site of one of the band’s most infamous performances back in 2004, when an on-stage tantrum from Nicholls – he called members of the audience “sheep”, smashed an $11,000 camera and generally “acted like a child” – resulted in bassist Patrick Matthews quitting the band then and there. Despite scaring the shit out of most attendees, the show has become part The Annandale’s rich folklore, which will be celebrated with 10 performances over two weeks in June.
Presented by management company Parker and Mr French, the show will also feature bluejuice and Brisbane’s John Steel Singers. Tickets: $25 plus booking fees on sale here.
In other Annandale-related news, Dan Brodie (remember him?) will support Dallas Crane at their June 24 show, while Regurgitator’s July 3 performance is sold out. More details here.