Image for Lana Del Rey Australian Tour: Extra Release Tickets + Oliver Tank To Support

Lana Del Rey Australian Tour: Extra Release Tickets + Oliver Tank To Support

Written by Mike Hohnen on June 13, 2012

Though tickets to Lana Del Rey’s Official Splendour in the Grass sideshows sold like hot cakes, it has been announced today that organisers will be issuing a very, very limited second release of tickets, and have confirmed that Sydney’s Oliver Tank will be supporting the glamorous songstress.

Oliver Tank has had a victorious year so far. Supporting acts such as Active Child, Youth Lagoon and Washington, he has also sold out a series of headlining shows off the back of his EP, Dreams. You may recognise the single Last Night I Heard Everything in Slow Motion from a viral civil rights movement on YouTube that has smashed 5 million views this week alone.

What’s more, the atmospheric and heart-wrenching music written by Tank won him FBi’s Northern Lights competition, which saw him flown over to Iceland to perform at Iceland’s Airwaves Festival.

The tickets will be on sale Friday, June 15 at 9am, but you have to be quick as demand far outweighs supply.

Lana Del Rey Australian Tour Dates

Monday July 23 – Palace Theatre, Melbourne
LIMITED RELEASE TICKETS AVAILABLE
Tickets from: http://ticketek.com.au & 132 849

Tuesday July 24 – Palace Theatre, Melbourne
LIMITED RELEASE TICKETS AVAILABLE
Tickets from: http://ticketek.com.au & 132 849

Thursday July 26 – Enmore Theatre, Sydney
LIMITED RELEASE TICKETS AVAILABLE
Tickets from: http://ticketek.com.au & 132 849

Friday July 27 – Enmore Theatre, Sydney
LIMITED RELEASE TICKETS AVAILABLE
Tickets from: http://ticketek.com.au & 132 849

Join Music Feeds on Facebook

More On Music Feeds

Gig Reviews

George Maple – Sydney, Oxford Art Factory 24/04/15

There’s a reason why George Maple is riding on a wave of success right now.

News

Ivy Nightclub Apologises For Disrupting ANZAC Dawn Service With Loud Music

A representative of Sydney’s Ivy Nightclub has apologised and said they are “mortified”, “deeply upset” and “extremely distressed” after a contractor’s “unauthorised” sound test disrupted this morning’s ANZAC Dawn Service in Martin Place.

Gig Reviews

Montaigne – Sydney, Brighton Up Bar 24/4/15

From the painted skeletons and photos of musicians on the wall, to the red curtains that look like they may or may not have come from Kmart, the Brighton Up Bar has a strong student-house-living-room vibe.

News

Here’s What Jared Leto Looks Like As The Joker

Today marks the 75th anniversary of the first appearance of DC Comics supervillain the Joker in Batman #1, and to mark the occassion directory David Ayer has shared an image of Thirty Seconds To Mars frontman Jared Leto, in full costume as the Dark Knight’s archnemesis.

News

Paul Kelly Pays Respect To Diggers In New ANZAC Tribute Song

Whilst some corporations go out of their way to cash in on this year’s 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings with insidious marketing campaigns, that inevitably that go tits up *cough* Woolworths *cough*, it’s great to see the important day of reflection inspiring some actually beautiful, touching material such as Paul Kelly’s new song Letter .

News

Chet Faker’s Second Album Will Be “Heavily Performance-Based”

Tame Impala might be going more electronic, but Chet Faker is going organic — “clean beats”, you could say.

Around the web

This May Also Interest You