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Chris Lilley’s S.mouse! to perform live in a one-off Australian Show.


Controversial US rap sensation, S.mouse! is heading to Melbourne for a free, over 18s show at The Prince Bandroom, Sunday 17th July.

Limited double passes for S.mouse!’s only Australian show will be offered FREE to the general public on Wednesday 13th July, 9pm. Details on how to register for tickets will be screened after Angry Boys episode 10 on ABC1 at 9pm, Wednesday 13th July.

Shwayne Booth Jr., AKA S.mouse!, will be performing many of his hit songs including best selling hip-hop single ‘Slap my Elbow’, ‘Animal Zoo’ and YouTube sensation ‘Poo on You’.

"I'm looking forward to playing my new shit live as well as my old tracks. Kids are gonna be slappin' their elbows til they hurt. Melbourne's gonna be hot this Sunday night cause you're gonna have S.mouse Fever. Yeah." said S.mouse!

S.mouse! will be supported by best friend, Danthony, and local DJs. The live performance will conclude with a preview screening of S.mouse!’s favourite scenes from Angry Boys episode 11, which is due to air on ABC1 on Wednesday 20th July.

Doors open at 7.30pm. The Prince Bandroom is a licensed venue and ID will need to be supplied upon entering.

S.mouse!’s hit singles ‘Slap my Elbow ‘and ‘Animal Zoo’ are now available via iTunes HERE. Pre-order Angry Boys – Official Soundtrack Album’ now on iTunes, available on Thursday 28th July. Angry Boys merchandise is available at ABC Shops, ABC Centres and

Angry Boys screens each week on ABC1, Wednesday 9pm.

Event Details:

Venue: The Prince Bandroom, 29 Fitzroy St. St Kilda, 3182. Melbourne Australia

Time: Sunday 17th July. Doors open 7.30pm.

Cost: Tickets are free. Be sure to watch Angry Boys episode 10, ABC1 at 9pm, Wednesday 13th July, for details on how to register or visit

This is an over 18s event.

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