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Band Of Horses Announce Australian Tour July 2010

Written by John Ritchie on May 7, 2010

The Low Country’s premier rock ‘n’ roll outfit, Band Of Horses, are returning to Australia this July. This is your chance to witness songs from their impending album Infinite Arms come to life, including radio favourites such as ‘Laredo’ and the guitar romping ‘Compliments’.

Tickets on sale Wednesday 19th May. All shows supported by Mike Noga and the Gentlemen of Fortune.

Thursday 22nd July
Adelaide – Governor Hindmarsh
Tickets from Moshtix (ph: 1300 GET TIX or

Tuesday 27th July
Melbourne – Palace Theatre
Tickets from, Ticketek ( or 132 849), Greville Records, Polyester Records (City and Fitzroy stores), The Espy Hotel and The National

Thursday 29th July
Sydney – Enmore Theatre
Tickets from, Ticketek ( or 132 849) and The Enmore Theatre Box Office ( or 02 9550 3666)

Saturday 31st July
Splendour In The Grass – SOLD OUT

Band Of Horses’ new album Infinite Arms is out May 14th through Sony. ‘Everything All The Time’ and ‘Cease To Begin’ are out now through Sub Pop. Find them on iTunes.

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