There are a lot of great tours coming up over the summer months, here are a few additional shows that have been announced for bands that have sold out their initial gigs and also a lot of support acts have been announced.
There is a new wave of artists that are constantly evolving and pushing the boundaries. A DAY REMEMBER are at the forefront of this uprising redefining a genre that was desperately seeking creativity,
We're closing up 2011 with a pile of recent tour announcements we have yet to get online... read on!
Many updates have been made to some of the most anticipated tours of 2012 over the last week. Here's a look at who's added supports to their rosters and made changes or additions to their schedules.
Tune-Yards is bringing her distinctive sound to Australia for the first time this January, showcasing her acclaimed sophomore album w h o k i l l.
Here are some of the latest Tour Updates for anticipated upcoming Australian tours!
The good news from the Soundwave camp keeps coming, with seperate sideshows announced for legendary Brit-rockers Bush and singer-songwriter Chris Carrabba’s vehicle Dashboard Confessional.
NME and Pitchfork darling St Vincent announced their debut Australian tour today, as did the Brooklyn based art collective MEN and the recently reunited Sublime (with a new lead singer, Rome) and The Lighthouse Keepers. Check out the info below!
St Vincent Australian Tour
Debuting her first full band tour, St Vincent introduces her highly-applauded album Strange Mercy to Australia.
Brous is ready to hit the ground running, with the announcement of a small string of boutique shows to usher in 2012. With her debut self-titled EP released in September 2011, and a fantastic launch tour in November 2011, these shows have Brous playing with Mike Patton's Mondo Cane in Sydney, alongside appearances at Brisbane's Gallery of Modern Art and Melbourne's Famous Spiegeltent.
Saturday JAN 14TH
SUMMER SOUNDS IN THE DOMAIN, SYDNEY
Many updates have been made to some of the most anticipated tours of 2012 in the last week. Here's a look at who's added supports to their rosters and made changes or additions to their schedules.
From a suburban Los Angeles garage to becoming a worldwide institution of rebellion, few bands boast a history like Bad Religion. 30 years on, the worlds still a mess and Bad Religion's fiery songs are more relevant and necessary than ever. Having released their 15th studio album The Dissent of Man, Bad Religion are returning to Australia as part of the Soundwave Festival tour.
In February 2012 three of the nations hottest upcoming outfits - millions, Nantes and Northeast Party House - are combining their indie-rock sounds for a co-headline tour around the country – The Triple Treat Tour.
Brisbane brings to the table garage-pop marvels millions. They were barely six months old when they were hand-picked by triple j Unearthed to open Splendour in the Grass 2012.
While we've been making upgrades on the site, a pile of tour announcements have come through! In case you missed them, here's a look at the Australian tour dates for: Manchester Orchestra, Blood Orange, Hermitude, Big A little a, Katchafire, The Lazys, Justice Crew, Youri Blow, Vintage Trouble and The Dad Horse Experience.
Over the past decade Ben Kweller has established himself as one of the US’s most treasured songwriters. No stranger to our shores, Kweller will be returning to Australia in March 2012, playing gigs along the East Coast as part of the Hi-Fi Shoreline Series. Dates below!
Friday 2 March 2012 - Sydney Hi-Fi
Sunday 4 March 2012 - Brisbane Hi-Fi
Monday 5 March 2012 - Melbourne Hi-Fi
TICKETS ON SALE 9AM, MONDAY 19 DECEMBER
With just two months before Soundwave 2012 kicks off, the killer sidewaves have been announced and they don't disappoint. Marilyn Manson, Mastadon, Lamb Of God, Machine Head, Lostprophets and Enter Shikari.
MARILYN MANSON with COAL CHAMBER, WEDNESDAY 13 and MOTIONLESS IN WHITE
FRIDAY 24 FEBRUARY
BRISBANE, EATON HILL HOTEL – Licensed A/A
www.oztix.com.au 136 100
WEDNESDAY 29 FEBRUARY
Sugar Mountain has announced its 2012 SATELLITE EVENT program. Complementing the Sugar Mountain Festival, held at the Forum Theatre in Melbourne on Saturday 14 January 2012, will be eight satellite events - spanning film screenings, exhibitions and art installations, presented by a group of forward thinking contemporary artists.