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Rise Against Announce Australia Tour

Written by Barnaby Smith on March 2, 2011

Ideological punk-rockers Rise Against have announced an all-ages tour of Australia and New Zealand in July, and they will be bringing along New York hardcore veterans Sick Of It All for the ride too.

Chicagoans Rise Against, who formed way back in 1999, are coming down under in support of new album Endgame, their sixth since forming. Sick Of It All, meanwhile, are still touring their 2010 album Based On A True Story, their long-awaited follow-up to 2006’s Death To Tyrants.

Joining the two monoliths of American punk will be Perth upstarts Break Even.

The tour dates are:

Thu July 14, Logan Campbell Centre, Auckland, NZ
Sat July 16, Entertainment Centre, Sydney, NSW – Buy Tickets
Mon July 18, Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, QLD
Thu July 21, Festival Hall, Melbourne, VIC
Fri July 22, AEC Theatre, Adelaide, SA
Sat July 23, Challenge Stadium, Perth, WA
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