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Sunny Day Real Estate Sideshows w/ Special Guests

Written by Daniel Clarke on December 7, 2009

When Sunny Day Real Estate collapsed in early 1995, few would have predicted the impact the Seattle band’s music would still be having over a decade later. Now, more than 15 years later the band’s original lineup is reuniting to deliver its emotionally charged epics for live audiences once again.

On the back of their performances at Soundwave 2010, Sunny Day Real Estate will be performing two club shows in Sydney and Melbourne. Joining them for these shows will be colourful pop-punk outfit Motion City Soundtrack, as well as post-hardcore legends Glassjaw and the relentless RX Bandits.

That’s four massive bands for the price of one… Not bad eh?

TICKETS ON SALE WEDNESDAY 9 DECEMBER, 9AM

TUESDAY 23 FEBRUARY
SYDNEY, UNSW ROUNDHOUSE – Licensed All Ages
www.ticketek.com.au 132 849

THURSDAY 25 FEBRUARY
MELBOURNE, PALACE THEATRE – 18+
www.ticketek.com.au 132 849

Sunny Day Real Estate, Motion City Soundtrack, Glassjaw and RX Bandits are also appearing at the Soundwave Festival 2010.

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