Current Tours

Walter Trout

Walter Trout

In a world full of people hoping for a miracle, Walter Trout is a man that got one, or two. Having rebounded from near-fatal liver disease in 2013, the American blues guitarist, singer- songwriter has a new lease of life and is coming back to tour Australia with a fierier purpose.

Walter Trout

07 April 2020 Lizotte's, Newcastle
08 April 2020 Factory Theatre, Sydney
09 April 2020 Corner Hotel, Melbourne

John Mayall

John Mayall

Considered the ‘Godfather of British Blues’, singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer and front man John Mayall is returning to the land down under for a 10-date tour. At 86 years of age and with a staggering 62 albums down, this self-professed ‘road dog’ hates a day off, carries his own gear at gigs and is working harder than ever.

John Mayall

15 April 2020 Entertainment Centre, Darwin
16 April 2020 Tanks Arts Centre, Cairns
18 April 2020 Factory Theatre, Sydney
20 April 2020 Corner Hotel, Melbourne
22 April 2020 The Gov, Adelaide
23 April 2020 Astor Theatre, Perth

The War and Treaty

The War and Treaty

Referred to as the discovery act from Bluesfest 2019, there was no doubt in our minds but to bring The War and Treaty on tour in 2020 to share their incredible talent with people across Australia! It is hard to believe that this pair have only just come into focus. While their back story is romantic and emotional, they have been paying music dues for a long time.  

The War and Treaty

08 April 2020 Lizotte's, Newcastle
09 April 2020 Factory Theatre, Sydney
15 April 2020 Recital Centre, Melbourne
16 April 2020 Meeniyan Town Hall, Victoria

Larkin Poe

Larkin Poe

After a sell-out run in 2019, blues sisters Larkin Poe are back to play even bigger venues in both Melbourne and Sydney this April. Taking a modern interpretation on traditional blues music, the Lovell’s performance is like a breath of fresh air to the blues scene.

Larkin Poe

15 April 2020 Factory Theatre. Sydney
16 April 2020 Corner Hotel, Melbourne

Morcheeba

Morcheeba

With a music career spanning millions of albums sold worldwide Morcheeba are making a welcome return to Australia this April. Having defined the ‘chill out’ genre with tracks like ‘The Sea’, ‘Rome Wasn’t Built In A Day’, 'Part Of The Process' and ‘Otherwise’, there are few people worldwide who cannot sing along to their beloved anthems of a genre defying era.

Morcheeba

07 April 2020 170 Russell, Melbourne
09 April 2020 Enmore Theatre, Sydney

The Marcus King Band

The Marcus King Band

Having established himself as a six-string hotshot, Marcus King and his incredible band of rockers return, ready to deliver a southern fried brand of blues and psychedelia inspired by rock ‘n’ roll. All five members create a blistering, yet soulful unit that has honed their synergy through touring.

The Marcus King Band

13 April 2020 Metro Theatre, Sydney
15 April 2020 Croxton Bandroom, Melbourne

Buffy Sainte-Marie

Buffy Sainte-Marie

Since her ground-breaking debut It’s My Way! in 1964, Cree singer-songwriter Sainte-Marie has been a trailblazer, a tireless advocate for Indigenous people, an innovative artist, and a disruptor of the status quo.

Buffy Sainte-Marie

08 April 2020 City Recital Hall, Sydney
09 April 2020 Melbourne Recital Centre
15 April 2020 Tanks Arts Centre, Cairns

Eagles of Death Metal

Eagles of Death Metal

Founded in 1998 by best friends Jesse Hughes and Josh Homme, the Palm Desert pair came upon the band’s name in a pondering effort as to what a cross between The Eagles and a death metal band would sound like. With that, the band was born!

Eagles of Death Metal

08 April 2020 Powerstation, Auckland
On Sale 4 Nov
09 April 2020 Shed 6, Wellington
On Sale 4 Nov
13 April 2020 Metro City, Perth
16 April 2020 Metro Theatre, Sydney
18 April 2020 Croxton Bandroom, Melbourne

Mavis Staples

Mavis Staples

Mavis Staples is living, breathing history and we are thrilled to say this Original Soul Sister is returning to her second home in Australia to play Brisbane this March.

Mavis Staples

04 March 2020 The Triffid, Brisbane
05 March 2020 Taronga Zoo, Sydney
07 March 2020 Melbourne Zoo
WOMADelaide, Adelaide

Patti Smith And Her Band

Patti Smith And Her Band

After an award-winning sell out Australian tour in 2017, the Godmother of Punk – Patti Smith is coming to Australia and New Zealand this April! Just when we thought it was all over, Patti called and said ‘I’d like to do it all over again. I’m ready if you are!” How could we refuse? The living legend that is Patti Smith added ‘It was just such a great trip. I really thought that I wouldn’t be able to come back – so I’m delighted that I was wrong’. 

Patti Smith And Her Band

15 April 2020 Enmore Theatre, Sydney
16 April 2020 Enmore Theatre, Sydney
21 April 2020 The Forum, Melbourne
22 April 2020 The Forum, Melbourne
25 April 2020 Town Hall, Christchurch
27 April 2020 Town Hall, Auckland
28 April 2020 Town Hall, Auckland

George Benson

George Benson

One of the world’s greatest guitarists, George Benson is coming to Melbourne and Sydney for headline shows this April ahead of his performance at Bluesfest Byron Bay.

George Benson

04 April 2020 State Theatre, Sydney
Sold Out
05 April 2020 State Theatre, Sydney
08 April 2020 Palais Theatre, Melbourne

Brandi Carlile

Brandi Carlile

Amid a landmark year - taking home three Grammy Awards in February, Brandi Carlile has locked in headline shows for Melbourne, Sydney and Auckland this April.

Brandi Carlile

06 April 2020 Hamer Hall, Melbourne
08 April 2020 Enmore Theatre, Sydney
12 April 2020 Town Hall, Auckland NZ

AMERICA

AMERICA

50th ANNIVERSARY TOUR
Best known for their classic hits of the ‘70s and ‘80s including ‘Ventura Highway’, ‘Horse with No Name’, ‘I Need You’, ‘Don’t Cross the River’, ‘Tin Man’, ‘Sister Golden Hair’, and ‘You Can Do Magic”, AMERICA return to Australia and New Zealand to kick start summer later this year.

AMERICA

22 November 2019 Christchurch Town Hall, NZ
23 November 2019 Opera House, Wellington, NZ
24 November 2019 Claudelands, Hamilton, NZ
27 November 2019 Enmore Theatre, Sydney
30 November 2019 The Star, Gold Coast
01 December 2019 QPAC, Brisbane
03 December 2019 Canberra Theatre Centre
05 December 2019 Palais Theatre, Melbourne
07 December 2019 Adelaide Entertainment Centre
08 December 2019 Perth Concert Hall