As Aussies gear up for a postal vote on same-sex marriage, the latest show of support for marriage equality is an especially vocal one, with some of the country's best-loved musical acts banding together for a one-off concert at Sydney's Enmore Theatre.
On Tuesday, September 12, Unity will see a diverse bunch of Australian artists taking the stage in a push for equality and to demonstrate their support for the LGBTI+ community, all while throwing down some serious tunes. The Jezebels (who are currently in the middle of a week-long residency at The Lansdowne) will treat audiences to three new acoustic arrangements of their music, and rock-pop outfit Killing Heidi is set to drop by for a mini set. There'll also be intimate solos from the likes of Holly Throsby, Sarah Blasko, Jack Colwell and Andy Bull, as well as a performance from Frenzal Rhomb's Jay and Lindsay.
The best part? They're all performing for free, so that 100 percent of the ticket sales head straight to Australian Marriage Equality to fund their continued coordination of the national Equality Campaign. Tickets are are $70 — buy yours to support the Equality Campaign's efforts and enjoy some great Aussie music.