Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Announce Harvest 2013 Replacement Shows

The show is now back on the road for would-be Harvest 2013 participants Black Rebel Motorcycle Club who have today announced the revised itinerary for their Australian return.

The band will still be rocking up in November but will instead spend their time in the Australia performing a run of headlining shows after Harvest 2013 was cancelled, with BRMC stopping off in Perth, Melbourne, Sydney and Brissy.

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club recently welcomed their sixth full-length album into the world, a deeply personal, ambitious and sonically adventurous album by the name of Specter at the Feast. It goes without saying that the band will also be pumping all their anthems from albums past.

Tickets go on sale to the general public next Thursday, and anyone currently holding onto Harvest Festival 2013 tickets will receive priority access to all replacement tours and can expect an email from ticket provider Oztix with all the details soon.

You can expect a flurry of similar tours from other artists left out of joint by the cancelation of the festival today. You can track all the details here.

UPDATE: Crazy demand has seen the previously announced Melbourne show for BRMC reach capacity. As a result, organisers have announced a larger venue for the show, with new tickets now on sale! The show will now take place at The Palace on the same date, Friday, 15th November.

UPDATE 2: Support act for all shows bar Perth has today been announced with acclaimed melbourne outfit Immigrant Union earning the slot. Part psyched out rock, part country – all awesome, the band will be well preceded by their reputation and will soon be welcoming into this world their sophomore album Anyway.

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club 2013 Australian Tour Dates

Tickets on sale Thursday, 3rd October at 9am

Wednesday, 13th November

Metro, Perth (18+)

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Friday, 15th November – NEW VENUE

The Palace, Melbourne(18+)

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Saturday, 16th November

The Hi-Fi, Sydney (licensed all ages)

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Sunday, 17th November

The Hi-Fi, Brisbane (18+)

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