Giggity gig guide

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This upcoming weekend is a veritable hive of musical goodness, from orchestras to indie awesomeness, get ready.hungary

If West End tickles your pickle, then you might like to scoot yourself over to The Hi-Fi on Friday to catch the seductive sounds of Bertie Blackman, supported by local Brissie band Hungry Kids of Hungary.  If doof doof electro is more your scene, take your best robot and running man moves over to The Zoo to catch Art vs. Science.  And until September 18, The Gallery of Modern Art has its Up Late sessions, this Friday featuring Machine Translations.

On Saturday, for something completely different, the Queensland Pops Orchestra presents Chartbusters at QPAC, a concert that will see the orchestra performing popular hits from the sixties to now, from Queen to good old John Farnham.  If you can’t bear to tear yourself away from the Valley, Peter Combe will be at The Zoo, supported by Blame Ringo, the band that gave us that rad film clip recently of tourists at Abbey Road studios.  If Rics is your home away from home on the weekend, on Saturday you will see Mr Rascal.

If you’re looking for a different way to spend your Sunday afternoon, Belle Epoque in the Valley hosts Gypsy Jazz, or, again for those of you that live for Rics on the weekend, there will be an afternoon show from Brissie locals, The Peel St Band followed by The Ark Room for Underground Sundays that night.

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