Saturday 12th December at 7.30pm (AEDT)
Live Stream also available
Mick Harvey (The Birthday Party, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds) performs live at Cherry 🍒
Join the venue audience (spots limited!) OR live stream it from home!
▸ Early show (7.30pm doors)
▸ Live stream (8pm stage time) ~ Simply watch the gig live at home!
▸ Late show (10pm doors)
Included in the ticket price is the following:
- Reserved table seating
- 2 Cocktails
- A Cherry bar tea towel for each attendee
- Permanent access to watch the live stream recording of the show at a later date
Amidst the madness of this pandemic, Mick Harvey (The Birthday Party, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds) will perform a very rare, exclusive show at Cherry! Performing two separately ticketed sets with long time collaborator J.P Shilo(Hungry Ghosts, Rowland S. Howard, Blackeyed Susans), Hugo Cran (Devastations, Amya Laucirica) and Glenn Lewis (Cambodian Space Project). each with a capacity of only 30 seated guests within COVID guidelines… ALSO on offer, you can live stream the earlier performance from the comfort of your own home!
Mick Harvey is renowned as a Musician, Record Producer and Composer who has been active for the last 40 + years and is perhaps best known as a member of The Birthday Party and The Bad Seeds and for his long term collaborative work with PJ Harvey and Nick Cave. Aside from scoring a dozen or so feature films and numerous short films and documentaries, split almost evenly between Australia and Europe, Harvey has also released 8 or 9 solo albums in the last 2 decades and been the recipient of several Australian industry awards including AFI Best Original Score for ‘Suburban Mayhem’ in 2006 and in 2011 took out British Producer of the Year for his (co)production on PJ Harvey’s ‘Let England Shake’.
The last decade has seen him either performing material from his 4 albums of translated Serge Gainsbourg songs (Intoxicated Man, Pink Elephants, Delirium Tremens, Intoxicated Woman) or his own material on a more regular basis. He is also a key figure in the touring retrospective show “Pop Crimes: The Songs of Rowland S. Howard” which pays tribute to his old Birthday Party bandmate.
Help us support our local artists through this devastating time, and try save our scene! Whether at Cherry itself OR live streaming in your living room, this show is not to be missed!