Finally! Joyride announces east coast tour for “Kings and Queens”

We have been waiting for this one for what seems like a damn age but all is forgiven, the Don is getting out on the road. One of Sydney’s favourite sons, Joyride, is coming out from the One Day cloak and will be on tour down the east coast in October to bring his effortlessly catchy “Kings and Queens” to audiences already keen for the release of his long awaited debut album, Sunrise Chaser.

Joyride’s been known for his DJ sets, guest vocal appearances with various One Day crew (not to mention his work on the Mainline album), as well as his impeccable social media presence and beats made with The Meeting Tree. Now, it’s his own light he’s stepping into and we are keen.

While we wait, let’s take it back to the untouchable Honourable EP – the first batch of tunes that turned us into fans.


October 19th | The Lansdowne Hotel, SYDNEY (with Left.)
October 20th | Northcote Social Club, MELBOURNE (with Haiku Hands)
October 21st | The Brightside, BRISBANE (with Tiana Khasi)


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