Tame Impala’s massive national tour is just around the corner, and to celebrate Music Feeds have some DOUBLE PASSES to give away! We’ve got a few tickets per capital city stop, and weβre getting our generosity on and giving them out to lucky people across the country! Huzzah!
The psychedelic 5-piece from Perth have gone well and truly international off the back of their sophomore effort Lonerism, which was released last year to even more critical acclaim than their awesome debut, Innerspeaker. The boys have just played at Coachella and are touring Australia as well as hitting up Groovin The Moo before heading back to play a run of dates in America and Europe later this year. We suggest catching them live while you still can!
To get your hot little hands on the tickets, email [email protected] with ‘Tame Impala Giveaway’ as the subject line before the deadlines listed below, and tell us what you’d do with a tame impala if you found one.
Be sure to include your answer, along with your name, age and the show location you wish to attend. All but one of their Australian shows are all ages (sorry, Perth). Please note that the cut-off for Melbourne’s Festival Hall show is TOMORROW so get in quick!
Entries close at 5pm on the following dates. Winners will be drawn and contacted that evening.
Melbourne β Thursday, 25th April (for Friday, 26th April, Festival Hall)
Sydney – Wednesday, 1st May (for Thursday, 2nd May, Hordern Pavilion)
Brisbane – Tuesday, 7th May (for Wednesday, 8th May, Convention Centre)
Adelaide – Wednesday, 8th May (for Thursday, 9th May, Thebarton Theatre)
Perth – Friday, 17th May (for Saturday, 18th May, Belvoir Theatre – 18+ only)
Tickets to see Tame Impala live, with special guests Midnight Juggernauts, are on sale now β get yours here.
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