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The Demon Parade announce tour

Written by John Ritchie on September 12, 2010

Built on a foundation of swirling psychedelic guitars and vocal harmonies, The Demon Parade are releasing their debut EP God Said It’s Legal. They have announced a number of shows around the country.

Over the past 12 months The Demon Parade have played a series of high-profile gigs at Cherry Rock Festival, Playground Weekender and supporting Brian Jonestown Massacre at all shows on their recent 2010 Australian tour. Anton Newcombe even gave the band his blessing to “play as long as you want” in their support sets.

The Demon Parade tour dates

Friday September 3 – Ding Dong Lounge, Melbourne
Supporting The Checks (NZ)
$12 doors | 8pm

Friday September 10 – Neverland, Gold Coast

w/ Villains of Wilhelm Doors
8.30pm

Saturday September 11 – The Club House, Brisbane

w/ Glass Towers, Artisan Guns, Dave McCormack & The Polaroids

Friday September 17 – The Filth @ The Ivanhoe, Manly – early show

With the Money Smokers
FREE ENTRY

Friday September 17 – Mum @ World Bar, Sydney – late show

Saturday September 18 – Oxford Arts Factory (Gallery Bar), Sydney

W/ The Salvagers
FREE ENTRY | Doors 9pm

Saturday September 25 – Ding Dong, Melbourne
w/ the Laurels
$12 at the door | Doors 8pm

Saturday October 16 – The Brisbane Hotel, Hobart
Doors 9pm

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