It feels pretty good to be a rock fan in Australia right now, with heaps of tours rolling through towns up and down the country.
With Bring Me The Horizon, Panic! At The Disco, A Day To Remember and The Amity Affliction among the acts to rap up recent runs, we’re looking ahead to the next wave of rock tours coming our way.
What’s epic and coming to Oz this March? Only Killswitch Engage playing 2002’s Alive Or Just Breathing IN FULL. Not to mention the very best of brand new album, Cut Me Loose.
Playing Australia for the first time since 2012, punk legends Descendents will be reminding us why they’re the mastered the genre. Few do it like this Californians do.
Taking Back Sunday
The Long Island emo-rockers have just stepped out with one of their best albums since 2002’s Tell All Your Friends and it’s sure to have made their live show even more exciting. It’s like falling in love with your favourite band all over again.
Guns N’ Roses
Calling all metalheads in Perth, Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagen arrive at Domain Stadium on 21 February. Be. There.
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
The one and only Bruce Springsteen is back in Aus and there’s still time to catch one of the shows. Be quick to snap up tickets for the VIC and NSW dates.
Alt-rock vets, Pixies, are returning to Oz this March in support of their new album, Head Carrier. It’s been a little while since the Boston band toured down under but something tells us it’ll be worth the wait for fans.
The Florida outfit are gearing up for to tour Oz this April and we’ve got tickets to their Melbourne show at Festival Hall. Don’t miss the chance to hear new material from their latest album, The Last Hero.