Cash Savage and The Last Drinks announce Melbourne show

Savage's first show with an audience since the beginning of the pandemic

Cash Savage and The Last Drinks have announced their first live show with an audience since the beginning of the pandemic.

The gospel punks will return to The Forum in Melbourne on Saturday January 30 for a special one-off performance, supported by Blake Scott and his band, as well as Our Carlson.

Tickets for the gig are on sale now via Ticketmaster, all seated with specific allocation to be given out closer to the date.


Cash Savage released the concert record ‘Live at Hamer Hall’ this month, recorded at the Arts Centre in Melbourne to no audience during the peak of the city’s coronavirus restrictions.

The singer-songwriter told NME in an interview that the pandemic weighed heavily on the performance.

“At first I was bummed because I’ve always wanted to play Hamer Hall with people in it,” Savage said.

“Then I woke up the next day feeling lucky we had a show to do. I did enjoy the silver lining of not having the pressure to sell any tickets…Everything felt ominous at the time, the Black Lives Matter movement was a real thing for us and still is. There was a lot of civil unrest around.”