Beddy Rays
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Beddy Rays Announce 2024 Australian Tour

Australian surf-rock band Beddy Rays are gearing up for their Australian tour titled ‘Schooner or Later’ this August and September.

The tour will kick off at Mackay’s Seabreeze on Thursday, 8th August. followed by Margaret River’s The River on Thursday, 5th September, and will conclude with a final show at Brisbane’s The Triffid on Saturday, 21st September.

Beddy Rays will perform a mix of new singles and unreleased music, adding an exciting element of surprise to each performance.

Beddy Rays – ‘Silverline’

Beddy Rays released a single in 2021 “Silverline,” which has been well-received. Their self-titled debut album, released in 2022, reached the top 10 on the ARIA Albums Chart and earned them a nomination for the Michael Gudinski Breakthrough Artist Award at the 2022 ARIAs.

Bedy Ray has also been recognized at the National Indigenous Music Awards, receiving nominations including New Artist of the Year in 2021.

Pre-sale tickets will be available starting Thursday, May 30th at 10 am local time. General public tickets go on sale the next day, Friday, May 31st at 10 am local time.

Beddy Rays Australian Tour 2024

  • Thursday, 8th August – Seabreeze, Mackay, QLD
  • Friday, 9th August – Magnums, Airlie Beach, QLD
  • Saturday, 10th August – Tanks Arts Centre, Cairns, QLD
  • Thursday, 15th August – The Croxton, Melbourne, VIC
  • Saturday, 24th August – Darwin Railway Club, Darwin, NT
  • Friday, 30th August – Oxford Art Factory, Sydney, NSW
  • Thursday, 5th September – The River, Margaret River, WA
  • Friday, 6th September – Rosemount Hotel, Perth, WA
  • Saturday, 7th September – Lion Arts Factory, Adelaide, SA
  • Friday, 13th September – Royal Oak, Launceston, TAS
  • Saturday, 14th September – Altar, Hobart, TAS
  • Saturday, 21st September – The Triffid, Brisbane, QLD

Tickets via Handsome Tours

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