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Mickey Avalon Australian Tour March 2012 Rescheduled For May

Written by Lisa Morrison on February 15, 2012

Citing studio commitments and the US launch of his new album, LoadedMickey Avalon has post-poned his 2012 Australian tour dates.

Tickets to see the Hollywood-based rapper on the cancelled March dates will be valid for the new May shows. The Loaded tour marks the fifth consecutive year the rap star has toured the country.

Avalon’s latest album, Loaded, is his first free from his major record deal. The album will be released through Suburban Noize Records in Australia.

Mickey Avalon Australian Tour May 2012

Thursday 17 May
Fannys, Newcastle
With special guest Kid Mac
Tickets: www.oztix.com.au

Friday 18 May
HiFi, Sydney
With special guest Kid Mac
Tickets: www.thehifi.com.au

Saturday 19 May
Coolangatta Hotel, Gold Coast
With special guest Kid Mac
Tickets: www.oztix.com.au

Friday 25 May
The Espy, Melbourne
With special guest Kid Mac
Tickets: www.oztix.com.au

Saturday 26 May
The Rosemount Hotel, Perth
With special guest Kid Mac
Tickets: www.oztix.com.au

You can watch the video for the single, I’m Hot, below.

Watch: Mickey Avalon – I’m Hot

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