The Bar Pop Back Yard will play host to this incredible series of live music performances and with a delicious food and beverage offering it will be the perfect night out under the stars.

Live at the Orchard is made up of one great venue over 10 huge nights. Take part in the most exciting music series in Perth this summer. 

Amy Amy Amy - Sunday 20 November
The band started this Amy Winehouse tribute act in early 2016 to showcase the best of the musical legend's track from albums "Frank" and "Back to Black". After 6 previous sold out shows and an incredible following the band are back better than ever, ready to pay tribute to the electric sounds of singer-songwriter extraordinaire Amy Winehouse. Join Jessica Welsh and friends for a summer evening filled with your favourite songs.

Regurgitator - Saturday 26 November
Brisbane’s Regurgitator started in 1994 and quickly established themselves as an articulate and witty purveyor of the Australian music scene – assembling a mishmash of funk, punk, pop, electronics and any other style that stuck to the sides… with unmitigated irony and a geekish nature.

Josh Pyke & Bob Evans - Sunday 27 November
Having embarked on the first Evening with Josh and Bob a decade ago this year, fans can expect a finely honed performance and a varied, reminiscent repertoire of knockout songs from two of Australia’s best. The seasoned performers both set out on enormously successful solo tours over the last twelve months, but are thrilled to be coming back together for another jaunt around the country. 

The Beatles & ELO - Saturday 3 December
Two multi-million selling records played LIVE by some of WA's best musicians. The Beatle's epic swan song Let It Be, performed by the much-loved and talented (and Australian Idol surviving!) Murphy brothers. Plus ELO's Greatest Hits delivered in all it's lush pop glory, string section, harmonies, guitars... performed by a local supergroup of WA original band young guns led by rising star Timothy Nelson.

Gizzfest - Sunday 4 December
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard have been crushing it all over the world on their Nonagon Infinity album tour selling out nearly every show in Europe, US and Australia and owning major festival main stages the world over including our own Splendour in the Grass and Dark Mofo. For a band that always does things their own way on their own terms it is with great excitement that King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard announce the 2016 installment of Gizzfest. They are joined by co-headliners and psych wunderkinds Pond plus international guests White Fence, Mild High Club, Dinner, Boulevards and some of their best Australian psych-garage-rock mates Murlocs, Stonefield, ORB and JAALA appearing along the way.

Harts - Saturday 10 December
Darren Hart, better known as Harts, is a musician, singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, composer and music producer from Melbourne. Often labelled as “A one man music making machine”, he writes everything, plays all the instruments, records and produces all his music from his bedroom studio. Spending the past few years developing his sound, Harts has become known for his Jimi Hendrix-like guitar playing and unique blend of Funk, Pop, Rock and Soul music, which has earned him praise worldwide. Most notably from iconic music legend Prince. 

Pierce Brothers - Sunday 11 December
Pierce Brothers have taken their music from busking on the streets of Melbourne to the world. Their irresistible energy and world-class live show has generated a word of mouth buzz not seen for sometime. The acclaimed live act has been shaking dance floors and selling out rooms across UK, Europe, Canada, USA & their native Australia. Comprising of twin brothers Jack and Pat Pierce, the multi instrumentalists have sold over 50,000 EP's independently.

Drapht - Sunday 18 December
With two gold records and an ARIA Music Award for Best Urban Album for The Life of Riley already under his belt, it’s no great secret that Drapht is a songwriting prodigy. Whether you focus on his lyrics, his melodic hooks (or focus on nothing at all and just enjoy yourself) as a songwriter Drapht can pretty much do everything.

Where

Urban Orchard

Perth Cultural Centre, (Bordered by Roe Street, William Street, Beaufort Street and Francis Street)

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