• New Zealand

Neil & Liam Finn

Father and son combine in musical mastery.


‘Finn writes irresistible songs that hum with riotous melodic invention.’

- The Guardian (Liam Finn)

 With special guest The Money War

Neil Finn is one of the world’s greatest songwriting treasures – it’s no wonder we are so quick to denounce his Kiwidom and call him our own. Ever on the cusp of creative innovation, Finn’s musical genes run deep into the family line. Following the release of his latest album, co-produced with his son Liam and recorded live in front of an online audience, Finn’s latest incarnation is a full musical collaboration with Liam. Sublime, divine, wondrous, these are craftsmen to behold. 

‘Liam and I have been dreaming up this record for the last two years. We have a wonderful band assembled to bring it to the stage and are casting the net wide to bring up some old treasures for the setlist.’ (Neil Finn). 

Perth duo The Money War was conceived during an American road trip when Dylan Ollivierre (Rainy Day Women) and Carmen Pepper (Warning Birds) were working out what to do following the breakup of their respective bands. In 2016 they were named triple j unearthed winner to play at the Southbound festival and toured nationally with Holy Holy and Meg Mac, before finishing out 2017 with their own headline tour. They’re bringing their refreshing and infectious sounds to the Gardens Main Stage before taking on SXSW – and then the world!

Want to live it up as a VIP at the Gardens? Limited VIP Experience seats are available for each show at the Chevron Gardens this year. With a guaranteed seat within the VIP area and your own dedicated cash bar, grab your friends and be the envy of everyone at the Gardens.


Best remembered for his rock ’n’ roll antics and cracking songwriting as the frontman of Red Engine Caves, Ricky Dean returns with his Dream Machine touting journey man music with hints of the Rolling Stones, Beatles and all fine melodic masters. As catchy as they are sweet, Ricky Dean’s ditties are truly delightful. From 6pm.


Resident restaurants Lalla Rookh, Sauma and The Standard will be serving up five star food every night from 6pm. With ever-changing menus we are sure you’ll want one of everything!

Join Perth’s best dinner party and dive into mouth-watering eats while the Gardens Stage serves up sizzling beats, no ticket necessary!

The detail


Tickets from $36 - $55 + BF

General Admission Friend $50 / Adult $55

Tix For $36


Gardens Pass

We’re bringing the bangers to the Chevron Gardens and there is no better way to get you moving than by you choosing your own live playlist. Book tickets to three or more gigs in a single online transaction and you will unlock a special 15% discount.

Purchase your Gardens Pass here.

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How to


What time do the gates open?

The Gardens are open from Mon – Sun, 5pm – late. The Mainstage doors open at 7.30pm on the night of the performance.

Are there seats?

All events are general admission with very limited seating available.

Is the venue BYO?

No. The Chevron Gardens are a fully licensed venue.

Can I buy food at the Gardens?

Yes! Our fabulous partner restaurants Lalla Rookh, The Standard and Sauma will be onsite with pop up restaurants to fill all your culinary needs.

I’m underage, can I come?

Anyone aged 10+ is permitted entry with a parent or legal guardian.

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