The Waifs

The Waifs postpone tour date as singer Donna Simpson recovers from e-scooter accident

The singer suffered broken ribs and collapsed lungs and was airlifted to a Perth hospital following an e-scooter accident in September

Here are all the biggest concerts and tours coming to Australia in 2023

From massive stadium tours to intimate shows, here’s NME’s roundup of concerts set to hit Australian shores throughout 2023

‘Songs For Freedom’ album campaigns against unfair incarceration of Indigenous children

It comes via songwriting workshop The Freedom Collective, steered by arts and social justice org Big hART

Icehouse, Hoodoo Gurus and more announced for 2023 Big Red Bash

Announced alongside its Mundi Mundi Bash spin-off, next year’s iteration celebrates the Big Red Bash’s 10th anniversary

Thundamentals, Meg Mac, The Waifs and more announced for the Tivoli’s 35th birthday celebration gig series

Cog, Sunnyboys and The Smith Street Band round out the Brisbane venue's first lot of 35th birthday celebration concerts next year

Missy Higgins, Kasey Chambers and more petition for Double J to switch to an FM broadcast

The group say Double J "plays a lot of new music by female (and non female) artists over the age of 30 but its reach is severely limited"

The Waifs’ Vikki Thorn shares ‘Bullets And Heartache’, announces debut solo album and tour

‘ThornBird’ is primed for release in March, with her national tour kicking off a day before it’s out

Missy Higgins and Birds of Tokyo to headline Cronulla and Canberra Summersalt concerts

The concert series will now take place across 11 cities around the country

Missy Higgins, Xavier Rudd and Birds Of Tokyo lead new SummerSalt shows in TAS and WA

The new shows join previously announced dates in the Hunter Valley and Wollongong