Gallery: Newtown Festival 2017

Sunshine, hours of local tunes and plenty of pooches made for a memorable Newtown Festival 2017. Thousands converged on Camperdown Memorial Rest Park to raise funds for the Newtown Neighbourhood Centre.

Gallery: FBi Radio Presents Eat Your Heart Out Liverpool

Featuring live sets from Soul Benefits, Okenyo, Rebecca Hatch, Ebony Boadu and more, Liverpool’s Eat Your Heart Out street festival brought together local artists and makers for an unforgettable afternoon. 

Gallery: Tracks at Blacktown Arts Centre

TRACKS is back! We returned to Blacktown Arts Centre for round two of TRACKS, a music industry Q&A and live music showcase featuring Thelma Plum, Nooky, Coda Conduct, Koori Radio & more.

Gallery: Unity, the Equality Campaign concert at The Enmore Theatre

A huge line-up of Australian music legends came together at the Enmore Theatre to show the love and raise funds for Marriage Equality.

Gallery: FBi Radio Presents Volumes Festival 2017

What happens when dozens of the country’s most exciting artists descend on Oxford Square? Volumes 2017 is the answer to exactly that.

Gallery: All In – 14 Years of FBi Radio

Forget b’day sleepovers and awkward tween games, we went all in at Hudson Ballroom with fourteen of our favourite party-starting crews to celebrate our fourteenth birthday.

Gallery: FBi Radio Presents Death Grips at Enmore Theatre

After selling out The Metro in the blink of an eye, Death Grips upsized their Sydney show and shook The Enmore to its core.


Gallery: FBi Radio x Nike City Fast

Party starters Remi, Young Franco, Maribelle and Ebony Boadu headlined an exclusive gig at Oxford Art Factory – celebrating the launch of Nike’s new Air Zoom Mariah.

Gallery: FBi Presents Audiocraft 2017

Bringing together radio producers, podcasters and documentary storytellers, Audiocraft celebrates storytelling with sound.

Gallery: FBi Presents Dappled Cities (Vivid Sydney)

Pairing their trademark layered soundscape with an immersive lighting spectacle, local favourites Dappled Cities lit up the City Recital Hall stage.