The SS&A plays host to many amazing acts throughout the year. See details below for how to purchase tickets to see some of your favourite performers at a fantastic venue today! Hurry, tickets are limited.

Reece Mastin

Saturday 8th May 2021

Doors 7.30pm

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Many a time over the past decade has Reece Mastin and his band graced the stage at the Albury SS&A every time lifting the roof from the walls. This time we are instore for something very different but no less musically intriguing.

Mastin returns to Albury SS&A on May 8th – for a night of stories to take you deeper into his world, guided by new and old songs reimagined, and played by his incredible 5 piece band. Reece Mastin is renowned for his huge live band rock n roll presence, this is the opportunity to see him in a completely different light, a side he doesn’t get to show all too much, but boy is it special when it happens.

For those loyal fans that show up to gig after gig, be prepared for a completely new spin on things.

For one night only we invite you to join us for something magical, a night of music, love, laughter and maybe a few tears.

All ages event – anyone under 18 will need parent or guardian to accompany.

SS&A Auditorium
Tickets $25 + BF
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Men of Dreams

Saturday May 29 2021

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Doors 7.30pm

SS&A Auditorium
Tickets $30 + BF 18+ event

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Hold onto your seats ladies (and gentlemen), because the world’s most popular male entertainment has now landed on Australian shores! It’s out with the old and in with the new (or should we say, nude) for the biggest, best and most dynamic show yet! For the ultimate old-fashioned girls night out then Men of Dreams will ensure your night is a success!

You’ll see some familiar faces and recognise some International stars who all have the looks, the body, the moves and the charm to get your hearts racing and your face smiling!

Ben Lee – “OMG I’m Playing Gigs Again Tour 2021”

Friday 4th June 2021
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Ben Lee began his career as a young teenager in the early 90’s, in the Australian lo-fi punk band Noise Addict, who were discovered by taste-making artists Sonic Youth and the Beastie Boys.

From his first acoustic-driven solo album “Grandpaw Would” in 1995 (featuring Liz Phair), Ben’s songs have always attempted to take his most complex and existential romantic yearnings, and compress them into sublimely catchy and melodic pop songs.

This seemingly paradoxical quest has yielded some wonderful results over the years: “Cigarettes Will Kill You” from 1999’s ‘Breathing Tornados has become a modern Australian classic, while “Hard Drive” and “All My Life” (songs Ben wrote for Evan Dando’s existential comeback album “Baby I’m Bored”) were hailed by Bruce Springsteen as favorites of that year, and Q Magazine who called them “tender reflections on life, love and drug-induced folly set in soulful, country-tinged guitar pop.” But it was 2005’s “Awake is the New Sleep” that saw Ben get the worldwide recognition his songs deserved spawning the alterna-hit “Catch My Disease” that went Top 10 in Spain and the Netherlands and was awarded the “Song of the Year” ARIA award as well as going Double Platinum in Australia.

This album saw Ben tour all over the world with artists like Aimee Mann, Nickel Creek, Sara Barreilles and Dashboard Confessional. But it was the song “We’re All in this Together” that surely is Ben’s greatest legacy so far as a songwriter, a song that has become an anthem of sorts for a troubled world over the past year, quoted from everyone from politicians, to newspapers, to school children.

Doors 7.30pm

+18 Event

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Never Ending 80’s

Friday 11 June 2021

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Doors 7.30pm

SS&A Auditorium
Tickets $39 + BF | 18+

NEVER ENDING 80’s take you back to the best of it all with a show packed full of the biggest hits by the biggest artists.

As the band expertly carve their way through the music of Prince, Madonna, Cyndi Lauper, INXS, Bon Jovi, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, as well as so many other giants, the vibe created means that there is nothing else you can do except sing along and dance! LIKE TOTALLY!


Never Ending 80’s

Saturday 12 June 2021

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Doors 7.30pm

SS&A Auditorium
Tickets $39 + BF | 18+

NEVER ENDING 80’s take you back to the best of it all with a show packed full of the biggest hits by the biggest artists.

As the band expertly carve their way through the music of Prince, Madonna, Cyndi Lauper, INXS, Bon Jovi, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, as well as so many other giants, the vibe created means that there is nothing else you can do except sing along and dance! LIKE TOTALLY!

 

Queen Forever – Break Free Tour 2021

Friday 27th August 2021
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LET’S FACE IT – WE WERE ALL UNDER PRESSURE IN 2020 – SO NOW IT’S TIME TO BREAK FREE AND ROCK WITH AUSTRALIA’S MOST POPULAR QUEEN SHOW QUEEN FOREVER BREAK FREE AUSTRALIAN TOUR 2021

The essence of Queen is captured perfectly by QUEEN FOREVER fronted by a stunning portrayal of Freddie Mercury by the very popular Gareth Hill. Combined with Brian May’s unique guitar solos performed superbly by Scott Bastian, rich sounding rock harmonies and authentic costumes, this highly entertaining stage show with state-of-the-art sound and lighting production will blow you away.

Queen Forever will perform all of Queen’s biggest hits including Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Radio GaGa, We Will Rock You, We Are The Champions, You’re My Best Friend, Another One Bites The Dust, Fat Bottomed Girls, Don’t Stop Me Now, Somebody to Love, Killer Queen, and of course, Bohemian Rhapsody.

Queen Forever is as close as you can get to the real thing. Queen Forever were established in Melbourne in 2006 and have been selling out concert halls and theatres all over

Australia and overseas. This is a spectacular show not to be missed. According to Queen fans Queen Forever are the best lookalike and soundalike Queen show in the world.

Doors 7.30pm

SS&A Auditorium
Tickets $35 + BF

18+ event

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