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Jebediah Announce New South Wales Regional Tour Dates

Written by Mike Hohnen on October 8, 2013

Key figures in the late 90s punk rock and grunge scenes Down Under, Jebediah, are kicking on as hard as ever these days, announcing a cheeky run of headlining tour dates all going down regionally throughout New South Wales.

The band has left a lasting legacy, with a string of albums deemed successful by the fan base as well as the industry. Their debut Slightly Odway slashed an burned a path to the top 10 charts likewise navigated by the follow-up release Of Someday Shambles.

With Of Someday Shambles cementing their place as an Aus-rock institution and making it to #2 in the ARIA charts, each and every album to come in the years following has likewise found its way into the pointy end of the ARIA charts.

After vanishing from the public eye for several years, The Jebs returned with 2011’s award-nominated Kosciuszko, which was backed-up with a run of sold-out, critically and fan-acclaimed headlining performances.

Jebediah are in their finest form yet as they continue to prove their status as Australian music royalty.

UPDATE: It has been announced that support for the tour will be provided by Bateau Bay chillers Sea Legs. Having only just released their latest EP We Do What We Do When We Do What We Do, Sea Legs are well and truly in the land of ‘band to watch.’

Jebediah Headlining NSW Tour, 2014

Friday, 3rd January
Dee Why RSL, Dee Why
Tix: Via OzTix

Saturday, 4th January
Bateau Bay Hotel, Bateau Bay
Tix: Via OzTix

Thursday, 9th January
Marlin Hotel, Ulladulla
Tix: Via OzTix

Friday, 10th January
The Cube @ Campbelltown Catholic Club, Campbelltown
Tix: Via OzTix

Saturday, 11th January
Waves @ Towradgi Beach Hotel, Towradgi
Tix: Via OzTix

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