Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - Lifestyle -

PERTH’S dullsville tag is but a dis­tant in­sult given the high cal­i­bre artists now stop­ping here on their tour sched­ules.

Giv­ing the gift of live mu­sic this Christ­mas is one way to avoid the pre­dictable jocks and socks with a host of acts per­form­ing con­certs in the first few months of 2016.

Tick­ets are not only the eas­i­est present to wrap but pro­vide a mem­o­rable ex­pe­ri­ence to last a life­time.

A few of our top con­cert picks in­clude Fat Boy Slim at Red Hill Au­di­to­rium on Jan­uary 22, Missy Hig­gins on Fe­bru­ary 26 and Kate Miller-Hei­dke on March 4 at J-Shed Fre­man­tle, Ben Harper and the In­no­cent Crim­i­nals at Kings Park and Botanic Gar­den on March 8 and Melissa Etheridge at River­side The­atre on April 1.

Com­mu­nity News­pa­per Group has one dou­ble pass to give away for each of th­ese five con­certs. En­ter at­mu­ni­ by De­cem­ber 25.

Ben Harper and the In­no­cent Crim­i­nals.

Missy Hig­gins.

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