australian tour

The 1975 Announce 2019 Aus Album Tour

English pop-rockers The 1975 have announced a 2019 Australian headline tour, as they prepare to release their third album A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships on Friday, 30th November.
The tour will include some huge arena and stadium-sized shows across Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth throughout September 2019, and will mark the band’s first trip down under since January 2016. Click through for all the details.

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[Gig Review] Soaring High With Flight Facilities at the Enmore

Just when you thought Sydney’s nightlife was on dying, Sydney electronic duo Flight Facilities flew in and took to the stage last Thursday night for their ‘All Your Love’ Australian tour. Hugo Gruzman and James Lyell, the guys behind the decks, brought an energy unlike any other Flight Facilities gig before.
Read our review by Talica Tamanitoakula.
Photography by Ishan Sharma.

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Bloc Party To Perform ‘Silent Alarm’ Album in Full in Australia

An instant classic on release and still sounding as vital and emotionally resonant as it did back in 2005, Bloc Party’s mammoth debut record Silent Alarm will be performed live and in full for the very first time in Australia with hotly anticipated shows in Perth, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane in late 2018. Click through for all the official details.

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US R&B Star Jhené Aiko Announces She’s Heading Down Under in September

Grammy-nominated pop singer Jhene Aiko will bring her latest album, Trip, to Australia this September for a run of “electrifying” live show. The tour arrives off the back of releasing her sophomore album Trip, supporting Drake across his 39-city North American tour as well as collaborating with artists like Kendrick Lamar, Big Sean, Vince Staples and more.
Click through for details of where and when you can see her.

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DAMN. Kendrick Lamar Has Announced An Australian Tour For July!!

Sit down.
It’s official! Kendrick Lamar has announced he’s touring Australia in July. As well as headlining
Splendour in the Grass, the Compton rapper will also be playing a few shows around our fine country (as well as a couple dates in New Zealand). You won’t want to miss this one. Click through for more details.

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