BadBadNotGood Announce 2016 Australian Tour Dates

Canadian experimentalists BadBadNotGood have announced Australian dates on top of their already announced Meredith Festival appearance.

The four-piece will play shows in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide in December in support of their most recent album, IV. It will mark their first time in the country since early last year, and means they should have a swag of new tunes to play for punters.

Since the last time the band were down under, they’ve released two records, including IV and a collaboration with Ghostface Killah, Sour Soul. IV sees them team up with other big names like Sam Herring of Future Islands, Kaytranada and Saxophonist Colin Stetson.

BadBadNotGood will play their upcoming Aussie dates before finishing up the tour at Meredith Festival, alongside the likes of Japandroids, Peaches and more.

For now, check out their east coast tour dates alongside ticket details, below.

UPDATE 06/09/16: BadBadNotGood have upgraded to a bigger venue in Brisbane.

UPDATE 27/09/16:
Due to popular demand, BadBadNotGood have sold Melbourne all together. A new show has been announced at the same venue the next Monday. Tickets on sale now.

UPDATE 18/09/16: BadBadNotGood have added a Perth headline show to their tour. Tickets are on-sale now, check out the details below.

Listen: BadBadNotGood – Confessions Pt.II (Feat. Colin Stetson)

BadBadNotGood Australian Tour Dates 2016

Live Nation members pre-sale from 3pm Friday, 19th August

Tickets on sale to general public midday Monday, 22nd August

Friday, 2nd December – NEW SHOW

Capitol, Perth

Tickets: BadBadNotGood

Saturday, 3rd December

Fat Controller, Adelaide

Tickets: BadBadNotGood

Wednesday, 7th December – NEW VENUE

Woolly Mammoth Max Watt’s, Brisbane

Tickets: Live Nation

Thursday, 8th December

Metro Theatre, Sydney

Tickets: Live Nation

Friday, 9th December – SOLD OUT

Corner Hotel, Melbourne

Tickets: Live Nation

Monday, 12th December – NEW SHOW

Corner Hotel, Melbourne

Tickets: Live Nation

Also performing at Disconnect Festival and Meredith Festival

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