The first of many great acts to appear at Milton Theatre has been confirmed.
Australian indie-rock legend Ben Lee will have the honour of performing at the venue's first gig in over a year.
He will perform on Friday, May 7 and go to www.miltontheatre.com.au/ to get tickets.
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.
His 1998's recording Breathing Tornados marked a new direction for Lee as he introduced synthesisers and increased instrumentation into his sound.
The album was a success in Australia, earning Lee ARIA Award nominations for Best Male Artist and Album of the Year.
The album's first single, "Cigarettes Will Kill You", was also nominated for Single of the Year and finished second in that year's Triple J Hottest 100.
He continued to have success and local audiences are in for what should be a great night.
Next up for the theatre will be the always popular Tim Freedman on Friday June 11.
More top acts are expected to be announced and the Milton Theatre committee is looking forward to getting back in business.