Covid-19! Our current plans and bookings have all been suspended for this year. We have a number of festivals we applied to decide to postpone any decision until later in the year, plus a number of other bookings currently suspended. Please keep an eye on this page and sign up for our mailing list to stay informed of new shows.
30 November, (Saturday), Earthbound Bolton Cafe, 5/266 Bolton Street, Eltham VIC 3095 (Book at www.earthboundbolton.eventbookings.com or call (03) 94393932, 7pm
29 November, (Friday), Australian Earth Laws Alliance conference, closing session, Australian Catholic University, Melbourne
28 November, (Thursday), Bayside Climate Crisis Action Group. Highett Community Centre, 2 Livingston St, Bayside, VIC, 7.30, $5 entry includes wine and nibbles.
26 September (Thursday), Zenith Theatre, Sydney, 7pm (Supported by the Willoughby City Council as part of the EMERGE FESTIVAL. Free, but booking essential)
26 June, Transformative Urban Governance (Conference), RMIT University, Melbourne
We are not taking bookings for the first half of 2019. Simon and Christine are on sabbatical in Boston for a few months and Simon is working on a new show.
29th December (8.10pm) and 31 December (8.30pm), Woodford Folk Festival, (in the Greenhouse)
8th Oct, Uniting Church, Portarlington, 111-113 Newcombe Street, (corner Fisher Street) Portarlington 3223 VIC, 2.30 pm
22nd August, Wednesday, The Environment Institute of Australian and New Zealand, Victorian Chapter, (closed event)
30th June, Newport Folk Festival, 5.00 - 6.00 pm, Substation, Newport, Victoria
23 May, Friday, 7.00pm Rise Up Climate Event, Bunswick Baptist Church, 214 Sydney Rd, Brunswick VIC 3056
23 March, 7.00pm Rise Up Climate Event, The Moss Room, Prahran Mechanics Institute, 39 St Edmonds Rd, Prahran
18-21 Jan, Illawarra Fok Festival, Bulli Showgrounds, NSW
15th Dec (Friday), 8.30, Lighter Footprints, Faversham Road, Canterbury, VIC (not a Music for a Warming World show but a music only gig).
12th Nov (Sunday), 5.00pm, St Andrews Uniting Church Concert, 85 Gillies Street, Fairfield, VIC 3078, (Darebin Climate Action Group). Bookings required.
29th Oct (Sunday), 6.00 - 8.30pm Farouk's Olive, 711 High St, Thornbury VIC 3071, Simon Solo (Not Music for a Warming World), also featuring Ellen Fish and Greg Jenkins
8th October (Sunday), 2.30pm, One Space Two, The George, 127 Fitzroy St, St Kilda, VIC 3182
27th Aug (Sunday), 4.00pm, Brunswick Hotel, Brunswick, 140 Sydney Rd, Brunswick, (Simon solo - not Music for a Warming World) - Dean Lombard Album Launch
20th Aug (Sunday), 2.30pm sharp, Uniting Church, Hampton, VIC, 17 Service Street, Hampton 3188 (entry by donation)
13th Aug (Sunday), 2.00pm, Mercy House, Nicholson Street, Nicholson St, Carlton VIC 3053,
11th Aug (Friday), Xavier College, Burke Hall, Melbourne, (2 performances)
14th July (Friday), 12.00pm, EcoCities World Summit 2017, Melbourne Convention Centre (we are also on a panel discussing Art and Climate Change).
14th May (Sunday), St Andrews Uniting Church, 6 Murray Anderson Rd, Rosebud, doors, 1.30pm, show 2.00pm, donation at door.
29th April (Saturday), Food Connect Warehouse, 1/8 Textile Cres, Salisbury QLD 4107 (in conjunction with Green Music Australia), 7.00pm Mal Webb and Kylie Morrigan, and Tim Hollo talking about Green Music Australia), 8.00pm Music for a Warming World
28th April, (Friday), 7.30 pm, Tintenbar Hall, Tintenbar Rd, Tintenbar NSW 2478, See Tintentbar UpFront (with special guest Mal Webb)
23rd April (Sunday), 7.00pm, Brunswick Street Gallery, 22 Brunswick St, Fitzroy VIC 3065, part of the How can we Talk about Climate: A Group Exhibition,
10th April (Monday), 5.45pm, Launch, Ecocities Global Summit 2017, Dulux Gallery, School of Design, University of Melbourne (brief showcase of Music for a Warming World)
Tasmanian Tour February 2017
26th February, Sunday, 3.00 pm, Moonah Arts Centre, 23-27 Albert Rd, Moonah TAS 7009, Bookings through Eventbrite https://mww-moonaharts.eventbrite.com
25th February, Saturday, 7.30 pm, Brookfield Margate, 1640 Channel Hwy, Margate TAS 7054, ($15 at door)
24th February, Friday, 7.30 pm, Clarence Uniting Church, York St, Bellerive TAS 7018, ($10 suggested donation at door)
23rd February, Thursday, 7.30 pm, House Concert, Franklin, Contact Linda Norman, email@example.com, (entry by donation)
23rd February, Thursday, 1.00 pm - 2.00 pm, IMAS Building, Castray Esplanade, Battery Point, TAS 7004, Academic Presentation - Dangerous Climate Change - An Artistic Response (Prof Christine Parker) and showcase of Music for a Warming World, (no charge)
21st February, Tuesday, 6.00 pm - 7.30 pm, IMAS Building, Castray Esplanade, Battery Point, TAS 7004, Academic Presentation Climate change - how bad is it, how to fix it and what will it cost? Prof Eelco Rohling (ANU) (no charge). This is not a Music for a Warming World performance but is associated with the Tasmanian Tour.
11th February, Saturday, House Concert at Orange Grove Yoga Studio, Mt Martha, 7:30pm arrival for 8:00pm concert. RSVP: David Parry - 0432 218 203 (Suggested donation: $10)
10th February, Friday, Sustainable Living Festival, Melbourne; Art Play, ArtPlay, Birrarung Marr (near Federation Square). Hosted by Green Music Australia, special Guests, Tim Hollo (FourPlay) and Mal Webb. Bookings through Eventbrite https://slfwarmingmusic.eventbrite.com.au
26th - 29th January, Newstead Live Music Festival,
Fri 27 Jan: Newstead Live Music Festival, Community Centre, 1:30 pm
Sat 28 Jan: Newstead Live Music Festival, Community Centre, 10.00 am
10th November (Wednesday), Bayside Climate Change Action Group, Wednesday, 7.30pm, Sandringham Uniting Church Hall, 21 Trentham St. Sandringham, 7.30
27th November, (Sunday), Sydney, Django Bar @ Camelot Lounge, Doors 1:30 PM Show 2:30 PM conjunction with Green Music Australia, (special guest, Mal Webb) Tickets Here. Marrickville Rd & Railway Parade, Marrickville NSW 2204
26th November, (Saturday), Polish Club, 38 David St, Turner, Canberra, ACT 2612, ), Doors 7.30. Starts at 8pm. Featuring Mal Webb, Kylie Morrigan and Tim Hollo. Tickets Here
26th October (Wednesday), 7.30pm Doncaster Playhouse, 679 Doncaster Road, Doncaster, VIC, bookings essential, book at Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.com/e/music-for-a-warming-world-tickets-27540941698
28th August (Sunday afternoon), Tree of Life Integral Center, 3 Denmark Street, KEW, VIC, 3101, booking essential, See Reception at Tree of Life Integral Center or contact firstname.lastname@example.org. $20/$15 including soup supper and hot drinks
27th August (Saturday), 1.00 - 2.15, Tatura Transition Towns Film Festival, Tatura, Victoria, Music for a Warming World performance. Gallery Café, 115 Hogan Street, Tatura, Victoria (near Shepparton)
16th August (Tuesday), Sydney, Building the New Economy Conference, Australian Earth Laws Alliance, Glebe Town Hall, Sydney (Music for a Warming World performance at 6.30pm), Guest Musician, Tim Hollo
14th August (Sunday), Sydney, The Role of Law in Building the New Economy, Conference, private House Concert post conference
5th August (Friday), Music for a Warming World, organised in partnership with Green Music Australia. Venue, Bakehouse Studios, 27-29 Hoddle Street, Richmond, Victoria 3121. 7pm. Book through Eventbrite
2nd July (Saturday), Newport Folk Festival, Newport, VIC (12.00pm Substation, 1 Market Street, Newport VIC 3015). This concert starts sharp at 12pm.
18th June (Saturday), Private House Concert, Brighton, VIC
27th May (Friday), Whangamata Area School, Whangamata, New Zealand
5th May (Thursday), University of New England, Armidale, NSW, School of Law, Kirkby Seminar Series 2016, (Dangerous Climate Change - A musical response and an inquiry into academic-artistic co-production of social change). 12pm Lewis Seminar Room, W38 EBL Building (Click here for Flyer)
29th April - 2nd May, The Planting Festival, Woodford, Queensland, Sat 1st May, 8.30pm and Sunday 2nd May, 7.15pm (at the Mill venue)
15th April (Friday), 7.30, Music for Warming World, Smith's Alternative, 76 Alinga Street, Civic, Canberra, ACT 2601, featuring Kylie Morrigan and Mal Webb.
2nd April (Saturday), 8.00, Music for Warming World, House Concert, Kennsington, Melbourne, (Kreative Konnections Salon) - This is a private concert, but please contact Christine Parker if you would like to attend (email@example.com)
11 March (Friday), 6.00pm, All Saints Anglican Church, Geelong, 113 Noble St, Newtown, Geelong, 3216 VIC, $15 at door, Music for a Warming World. (Click here for flyer)
5th March (Saturday), 8.00pm, Castlefield Community Centre, 505 Bluff Rd, Hampton VIC 3188, Public Show - Music for a Warming World (click here for flyer). $15 and $10 concession at door.
4th March (Friday), 4.30 - 6.00pm, Music for a Warming World, Room 104, Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne, 185 Pelham Street, Carlton VIC 3053. This is a final session of the Australia Earth Laws Alliance workshop; 'Let's Talk about Consumption'. All welcome. Entry by donation.
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19th February, 7.00 - 10.00, Environmentally Sound, A Newport Fiddle and Folk Club Theme Night, Newport Bowls Club, 4 Market St, Newport VIC 3015. We are closing the concert with a short 15 minute set, showcasing part of the Climate Show
4th December, Presenting Climate Show (Music for a Warming World) at the Legal Ethics Conference, Monash University, Melbourne
31 October, House Concert, 7pm, Brisbane, Climate Show (Its getting hot in my head: music for a warming planet), 36 Mooroondu Rd (Cnr Jean St), Thorneside, QLD 4158, featuring Kylie Morrigan and Mal Webb
26 September, 8 pm, Test Run of the new Climate Change show. 'It's getting hot in my head: music for a warming planet', (this is an invitation only gig; sorry!)
12 June, 8 pm, Club Voltaire, 14 Raglan Street, North Melbourne, The Simon Kerr Perspective, with special guest Heidi McDermott! Doors open at 7.30. Limited space so be quick, $10 at door.
28 March, House Concert, Kennsington, Melbourne, (Kreative Konnections Salon)
14 March, CD launch of Never Gonna Die, Bella Union, Carlton, Melbourne,
Simon has played many shows over the previous decade with The Simon Kerr Perspective, solo and with his Dunedin band, Simon Kerr and the Acoustic Junkies.