The City of Sydney has announced the opening of Glebe Town Hall to live music as part of the council’s efforts to rejuvenate the local live music scene.

The historic venue will host nine concerts this year, with the implementation of the Live Music and Performance Action Plan aiming to support creative performers around central Sydney. As the plan continues to unfold, musicians will get free access to community venues and other city buildings to develop and perform their work.

The Glebe Town Hall gigs kick off with the Hinterlandt Ensemble on Sunday March 22, and continue monthly until November. Highlights on the calendar include David Bridie and Fred Smith on Saturday May 16 and The Crooked Fiddle Band on Sunday October 18.

For tickets to the Hinterlandt Ensemble gig, click here.

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