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    Amy Shark and Tame Impala lead the impressive line up performing at the 34th ARIA Awards

    Amy Shark and Tame Impala lead the impressive line up performing at the 34th ARIA Awards

    Australia’s biggest musical acts will hit the stage to perform at the 34th ARIA Awards.

    And Tuesday, the award show has announced the impressive line up performing ahead of Australian music’s night of nights, on November 25.

    Singer-songwriter and ARIA award winner Amy Shark is set to perform in the evening.  

    Hitting the stage: Singer-songwriter and ARIA award winner Amy Shark leads the impressive line up performing at the 34th ARIA Awards, on November 25

    The 34-year-old received three nominations – Best Pop Release, Best Female Artist and Best Australian Live Act for her latest single ‘Everybody Rise’. 

    Tame Impala, who released their fourth album The Slow Rush in February, will also hit the stage to perform at the award show, in addition to being nominated for impressive seven ARIA nominations following the release.

    The Perth outfit are up for Album of the Year, Best Group, Best Pop Release, Best Rock Album, Engineer of the Year, Producer of the Year and Best Video.

    On stage: Tame Impala will also hit the stage to perform at the award show, in addition to being nominated for impressive seven ARIA nominations following the release. Pictured is Tame Impala's singer and guitarist Kevin Parker

    On stage: Tame Impala will also hit the stage to perform at the award show, in addition to being nominated for impressive seven ARIA nominations following the release. Pictured is Tame Impala’s singer and guitarist Kevin Parker

    Going head-to-head for a number of those awards is Lime Cordiale, who have been nominated for eight awards, including: Album of the Year, Best Group, Best Pop Release and Best Video.

    They are also up for an ARIA award for Breakthrough Artist, Best Independent Release, Best Cover Art and Song of the Year.

    The Sydney pop rock duo, best known for their hits like Robbery and Inappropriate Behaviour, will also take to the stage to perform. 

    Bringing their hits: The Sydney pop rock duo Lime Cordiale, best known for their hits like Robbery and Inappropriate Behaviour, will also take to the stage to perform

    Bringing their hits: The Sydney pop rock duo Lime Cordiale, best known for their hits like Robbery and Inappropriate Behaviour, will also take to the stage to perform

    Sampa The Great will also perform on stage for Australian music’s night of nights.

    The 27-year-old Melbourne-based artist, who was born in Zambia and raised in Botswana, is also nominated four gongs including: Album of the Year, Best Female Artist and Best Independent Release.

    She is also nominated for Best Hip Hop Release for her 2019 album The Return.

    This year’s ARIA awards will be live on Channel Nine at Sydney’s Star Event Centre, on Wednesday November 25, but without a physical audience present.

    Also performing: Sampa The Great will also perform on stage for Australian music's night of nights. The 27-year-old Melbourne-based artist is also nominated four gongs including: Album of the Year, Best Female Artist and Best Independent Release

    Also performing: Sampa The Great will also perform on stage for Australian music’s night of nights. The 27-year-old Melbourne-based artist is also nominated four gongs including: Album of the Year, Best Female Artist and Best Independent Release

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