Australian Open Reveals 2016 Music Program

A huge line-up of local talent will keep the good times rolling at the 2016 Australian Open, with the year’s first Grand Slam today announcing its bumper live music program.

Taking place between 6pm and 7pm each evening on the Grand Slam Oval during the two-week tennis tournament, the daily music performances are open to Australian Open ticket holders.

Highlights include Dan Sultan getting the party started on Monday 18 January, British India performing on Women’s Final day on Saturday 30 January, The Rubens rocking the Heineken Live Stage on Australia Day and Hot Dub Time Machine bringing his dancefloor-filling history lesson to the middle weekend of the tournament, a day that drew a record 81,031 fans to Melbourne Park in January.

Mushroom Group Chairman Michael Gudinski said he’s delighted to again team up with the Australian Open. “Mushroom is very proud to be involved with the Tennis: music and sport are a wonderful combination,” he says. “It’s fantastic to see Tennis Australia getting behind Australian music and looking at a wide range of artists to showcase to the many visitors to Grand Slam Oval during the Australian Open.”

Mon 18 Jan – Dan Sultan
Tue 19 Jan – Katie Noonan’s Vanguard
Wed 20 Jan – Jackie Onassis
Thu 21 Jan – Saskwatch
Fri 22 Jan – Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever
Sat 23 Jan – Hot Dub Time Machine
Sun 24 Jan – Diesel
Mon 25 Jan – The Pierce Brothers
Tue 26 Jan – The Rubens
Wed 27 Jan – Jakubi
Thu 28 Jan – Alpine
Fri 29 Jan – The Bombay Royale
Sat 30 Jan – British India
Sun 31 Jan – James Reyne

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