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Ice Cube Australian Tour 2012 – April Dates Announced

Written by Brayden Darke on September 20, 2011

Ice Cube has announced Australian Tour dates for April 2012, after he had denied that he was touring Australia this month. He had hinted that the tour would be set for April, but no dates had been locked in until now.

An announcement earlier this year had the acclaimed rapper, actor, producer and all-round hip-hop auteur to do a short Australian tour this month. But he denied all rumours about the tour on his own website, stating:

“Rumors are circulating that Ice Cube is touring Australia in September. IT’S NOT TRUE. The Ice Cube tour is scheduled to hit Australia in APRIL 2012. Please don’t be fooled by the September rumors.”

While Inertia claims it was postponed “Due to issues beyond the control of Ice Cube and his agency”

Either way it looks like he’ll be returning in April, and ticket holders from the September event can get a full refund (contact place of purchase) or hold onto their tickets for his April 2012 shows.

Details on ticket sales soon.

Ice Cube Australian Tour April 2012

17th April – Darwin Gardens, Darwin
18th April – The Barton Theatre, Adelaide
19th April – Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra

Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth dates to be announced soon.

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