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Passenger Australian Tour August 2012 Announced

Written by Mike Hohnen on July 19, 2012

This coming August, Mike Rosenberg (aka Passenger) will return to Australia once more for a series of shows off the back of his critically acclaimed album All The Little Lights, which landed at #10 on the ARIA charts during its maiden week.

After stealing our hearts and minds with a deeply intimate show earlier this year, Passenger returns with the anthems we have grown to love as well as a handful of treats we are yet to hear.

Between April and now, Passenger has been busking and gigging his way across Europe and the UK, secreting a swelling following in the area through his personal music and his unique skills as a storyteller. Later this year, Passenger will be opening for the likes of Ed Sherman in his homeland, the UK.

Passenger Australian Tour 2012

Proudly presented by Select Touring, Street Press Australia, Spotify and Music Feeds

Thursday 16 August | the Hi-Fi, Brisbane QLD
Tickets available from http://www.thehifi.com.au | 1300 THE HIFI | All Moshtix outlets

Friday 17 August | the Hi-Fi, Sydney NSW (All Ages)
Tickets available from http://www.thehifi.com.au | 1300 THE HIFI | All Moshtix outlets

Wednesday 22 August | the Rosemount Hotel, Perth WA
Tickets available from http://www.heatseeker.com.au | 08 6210 7270 | All Heatseeker outlets

Thursday 23 August | Fowlers, Adelaide SA (All Ages)
Tickets available from http://www.moshtix.com.au | 1300 GET TIX | All Moshtix outlets

Friday 24 August | the Hi-Fi, Melbourne VIC
Tickets available from http://www.thehifi.com.au | 1300 THE HIFI | All Moshtix outlets

Saturday 25 August | the Waratah Hotel, Hobart TAS
Tickets available from http://www.oztix.com.au | 1300 762 545 | All Oztix outlets

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