For the first time since their epic sold out November 2015 tour, Florence Welch and her band return to unleash their mesmerising live show on Australian audiences.
Supporting Florence + The Machine on their Australian dates is New Zealand indie-troubadour, Marlon Williams. Williams has just completed a sold-out world tour for his sophomore album, Make Way For Love, which included major US television appearances on CONAN and Last Call With Carson Daly, plus recent touring with the likes of Bruce Springsteen and City & Colour.
FRINGE WORLD is a summer celebration held in Perth and Western Australia each year.
It’s the largest annual event in WA and the third largest Fringe in the world.
The program of events is all about variety and offering something for absolutely everyone. The line-up includes comedy, circus, free and family entertainment, theatre, visual arts, musicals, dance and cabaret presented by Western Australian artists along with performers from all over the world.
Global award-winning electronic act The Prodigy will kick off the Australian leg of their ‘No Tourist’ tour in Perth.
With six of the biggest and most influential albums in modern music today already under their belt, The Prodigy have consistently proved to be one of the most thrilling live bands in the world! Always uncompromising, The Prodigy’s influence can be seen across generations, turning metal kids onto raving and ravers into metal heads.
The Prodigy will be supported by triple j unearthed DJ, Enschway, along with Perth-born DJ, ShockOne who has firmly established himself as one of bass music’s major talents.
Mumford & Sons are heading to Perth as part of their huge sixty date world arena tour, Delta. Always a huge hit on this side of the planet, Mumford & Sons were last in the country in 2015. This run will see the wildly popular quartet reconnect with fans with new material, including their new single Guiding Light.
Lending support for these landmark shows will be gifted English soul man Michael Kiwanuka. Much loved for his debut record Home Again and its follow-up Love & Hate (both nominated for the Mercury Prize), Kiwanuka will spellbind audiences with stirring vocals and undeniable swagger, providing the perfect foil for fellow Londoners Mumford & Son
It’s been over two years since the full band last toured here. But the good news is, they’re pumped to get back to our shores. Piers Agget enthuses, “We can’t wait to come out to Australia again. It feels like our second home, we’re gonna be playing the new album and touring with new singers and bringing a new spin on that Rudimental vibe”.
British rock royalty Arctic Monkeys have ushered in a spectacular new era with their sixth studio album, Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino, and are over the moon to announce the band’s return to Australia for a mammoth run of shows in 2019, kicking it off in style in Perth.
Joining them at all shows will be friends and collaborators Mini Mansions, the LA trio featuring members of Queens of the Stone Age, and The Last Shadow Puppets.
Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino is a perfect example of Arctic Monkeys’ special brand of creativity and desire to keep the world guessing. Their live show has evolved once again to make room for the exciting new material, making these shows unmissable events.
“joyously performed” The Times
“The man is quite simply top-to-toe hilarious” ★★★★★ The Telegraph