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Gang Of Youths Announce 2016 National Tour

Aussie five-piece Gang Of Youths have had a massive year continually playing shows to bigger and bigger venues and now they have announced their largest shows to date.

The band will play five huge shows in Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney early next year off the back of their equally massive debut album The Positions.

The Positions has earned the band five ARIA nominations this year plus a J Award nomination for Album Of The Year. It’s hard to think of a band that has had a more impressive trajectory this year.

It hasn’t come without hard work thought. The boys have played festival after festival and played plenty of headline shows both here and abroad. Their last tour was 26 dates long which is a legendary run. Still, they have Falls Festival and Southbound to go this year.

Tickets go on sale Thursday, 26th November and judging by the popularity of their previous tours it will be a very hot ticket. The band are catering for their underage fans too with three all ages shows.

UPDATE 03/03/2016: Gang Of Youths have announced another Melbourne show following a string of sold-out gigs which will go on sale Tuesday, 8th March at 10am local time. They have also announced that Californian lo-fi artist Day Wave will be performing at all shows while local Spookyland will be opening at every show except Perth and Melbourne on Thursday, 21st April.

Watch: Gang Of Youths – Magnolia

Gang Of Youths 2016 National Tour

Friday, 8th April – SOLD OUT

The Tivoli, Brisbane

Tickets: Live Nation

Saturday, 9th April – SOLD OUT

Enmore Theatre, Sydney

Tickets: Live Nation

Friday, 15th April – SOLD OUT

The Gov, Adelaide

Tickets: Live Nation

Saturday, 16th April – ALL AGES

Astor Theatre, Perth

Tickets: Live Nation

Wednesday, 20th April – NEW SHOW

170 Russell, Melbourne

Tickets: Live Nation

Thursday, 21st April – SOLD OUT

170 Russell, Melbourne

Tickets: Live Nation

Friday, 22nd April – SOLD OUT

170 Russell, Melbourne

Tickets: Live Nation

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