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MOTH 2019 Memberships now available. MOTH members receive a $5 discount on every MOTH gig ticket*, priority release ticket offers, MOTH member updates, exclusive line up announcements and waiting list priority for sold out shows. Join now and receive a $5 on November tickets*.

MOTH 2018 membership $25.

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Friday 5 October
Claire Anne Taylor, Justin Bernasconi

Hailing from Tasmania’s ancient Tarkine rainforest, Claire Anne Taylor crafts soulful folk songs that capture both the beautiful and dark elements of the human experience. With a colossal voice and a powerfully captivating stage presence, her live shows leave audiences in no doubt they have just witnessed something extraordinary. Claire will play as a trio.

“Describing Claire’s voice in words is almost impossible. Try to imagine Jess Glynne with something deeper, richer and more soulful. Wrapped in the smoke and gravel of her voice there’s also a wonderful warmth.” – FATEA Magazine.

Support by Melbourne-based singer-songwriter Justin Bernasconi.



Friday 2 November: Mama Kin Spender plus Jacob Diamond

Mama Kin Spender have been flat chat since the release of their album ‘Golden Magnetic’ in February 2018, cramming in a national album launch run amidst shows at Perth Festival, WOMADelaide, Summersalt, Nannup Festival, Fairbridge Festival, SOTA, and Woodford Planting Festival. Fresh off the back of their USA, Canadian and Irish tours, Mama Kin Spender will be rounding off 2018 with some Australian festivals and club dates, engaging some local choirs as they go.

“Understated, slick and soulful” Double J

“Mama Kin and Spender bring fresh ideas to an old school sound”  The West Australian

“A rich, textural, at times raucous and at times gentle but stirring collection of stories and fables.” The Music.com.au

Support by Western Auatralian singer-songwriter Jacob Diamond.

Red Hill Pavilion. Doors 7.00pm
Tasty food, local wines and beers available



Friday 16 November: MOTH Acoustic Club
Liam Gerner unplugged

MOTH Acoustic Club returns to the tasting room at Main Ridge Estate on Friday 16 November with the highly entertaining singer-songwriter Liam Gerner.

Liam has toured Europe, Australia and the USA with artists such as: Paul Weller, Jason Isbell, Ryan Bingham and The Dead Horses, The Drive By Truckers, Pnau, Robbie Fulks, Alanis Morisette, Roger Daltrey, Newton Faulkner, Amy MacDonald, Duffy and many more. He will play at Main Ridge Estate acoustic and unplugged.

Main Ridge Estate, 80 William Road, Red Hill. Doors 7.00pm
Main Ridge Estate wines and local craft beers available.
Tapas and cheese platters available.
Complimentary snacks served during interval.

Tickets available here


LIAM GERNER – ‘The Resurrection of Henry Box Brown’



Friday 30 November: Stella Donnelly
‘Finally Made Some Friends Band Tour’, w/ Young Vincent

We are pleased to announce that Stella Donnelly has included MOTH in her first nation-wide run to feature her live band. The tour will cap off a busy 2018 for Stella who is currently touring the US, the UK and Europe.

In 2017 Donnelly shared her debut EP Thrush Metal. Featuring break-out tracks Mechanical Bull and the impactful Boys Will Be Boys, the release scored the inaugural Bigsound Levi’s Music Prize, the J Award for Unearthed Artist of the Year and the WAM Award for Song of The Year.

The ‘Finally made some friends’ tour will showcase the first taste of new music from Stella who was recently lauded as one of the most iconic storytellers in Australian music alongside Paul Kelly, Archie Roach and David McComb.

Stella makes perfectly crafted, direct feminist folk-pop (language warning!).

Support will be provided by local trio Young Vincent.

Red Hill Pavilion. Doors 7.00pm
Tasty food by Nordie. Local wines and beers available

Tickets available here