There's a heap of extra shows and supports being added to some of the most anticipated tours of 2012. Luckily for you the AU review has got all the latest tour updates from acts such as The Pogues, The Black Lips, New Order and many more!
Stonefield have announced a string of dates for their newly announced
It was a huge year for The Jezabels in 2011 and today they have announced their most ambitious tour to date! When can you catch them with LIGHTS and Snakadaktal? Find out here!
Originally from Perth but now calling Sydney their home, DJ/producer duo CANYONS have announced they will be hitting the bitumen this march for their first ever national live tour.
Fresh from releasing their debut LP Keep Your Dreams at the end of last year, the pair will be playing at all major cities as well as three lucky boutique festivals.
Fri 2 March - Playground Weekender Festival, NSW
Sat 3 March - Transbit Bar, Canberra
After a heap of regional tours, festival spots and city dates, Cash Savage and the Last Drinks kick off 2012 with their first headlining show at the Famous Spiegeltent in Melbourne. The country singer has been gaining a reputation for intense and intoxicating live shows, and her band The Last Drinks, a group of talented musicians in their own right, have an equally as famous reputation building as well.
Rolling into town for its third year, the Karavan! International Gypsy Festival, is back with its most diverse line up yet. Presented by Musiktrafik, Karavan! brings the best of gypsy culture to Australia, with bands, DJs and other performers partying and entertaining non-stop. With Karavan! still to stop in Sydney and Brisbane this year, there's no excuse to get along and join the ride. Details on each line up are as follows:
Chugg Entertainment today have finally announced the landmark return of Radiohead to Australia and New Zealand. It has been nearly a decade since the Oxford bred five-piece last graced Australian shores in 2004, and a staggering 14 years since playing in New Zealand in 1998. Following years of rumour after rumour, it is safe to say that their welcome return is certain to be the live music milestone of the year.