Baby Animals & The Screaming Jets Announce 2017 National Tour

Beloved Aussie rock outfits Baby Animals and The Screaming Jets are hitting the road together for a national tour, with the headline act for each show to be decided on the night, just to keep things interesting.

The bands, led by Suze DeMarchi and Dave Gleeson respectively, have plotted a run of 12 shows together across the country for June and July, where they’ll drop a bunch of classic tracks from their extensive back-catalogues.

“We first shared a shared a stage with the Baby Animals about 25 years ago,” says Gleeson. “We’ve all done a lot of miles since then. There’s always been a lot of mutual respect and musical admiration between the two bands. We’re all pumped to be part of what’s going to be a huge event in live music. We’re taking it national. See ya there!”

The Screaming Jets have already dropped seven studio albums, while Baby Animals are currently writing their fifth. Catch the bands’ upcoming national tour dates, below.

Watch: Baby Animals – ‘One Word’

Baby Animals & The Screaming Jets 2017 National Tour

Supported by Palace Of The King

Tickets on sale Wednesday, 22nd Mach

Friday, 2nd June

Castle Hill RSL, Castle Hill

Tickets: Official Website

Saturday, 3rd June

The Metro Theatre, Sydney

Tickets: Official Website

Friday, 9th June

Metropolis, Perth

Tickets: Official Website

Saturday, 10th June

The Astor, Perth

Tickets: Official Website

Friday, 16th June

Eatons Hill Hotel, Eatons Hill

Tickets: Official Website

Saturday, 17th June

Nightquarter, Gold Coast

Tickets: Official Website

Friday, 23rd June

The Gov, Adelaide

Tickets: Official Website

Saturday, 24th June

The Gov, Adelaide

Tickets: Official Website

Friday, 30th June

NEX, Newcastle

Tickets: Official Website

Saturday, 1st July

Wrest Point Casino, Hobart

Tickets: Official Website

Friday, 7th July

170 Russell, Melbourne

Tickets: Official Website

Saturday, 8th July

Chelsea Heights Hotel, Chelsea Heights

Tickets: Official Website

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