Killing Heidi To Celebrate 20th Anniversary With First Live Shows In 10 years

The most objectively important moment in Australian rock legacy has now happened, you guys. Killing Heidi have returned, announcing their first live show in a decade to mark the band’s 20th anniversary.

The band have confirmed they’ll be headlining the already-bursting-at-the-seams Queenscliff Music Festival, which will also be celebrating its 20th anniversary. So far, no other shows have been confirmed but it’s looking like a safe bet.

The good news doesn’t stop there. As part of the milestone, the band will be re-releasing their seminal debut, 2000’s Reflector digitally. The album was met with thunderous applause from the people and went a crazy 4x platinum, took out four ARIA awards and went on to soundtrack many an teenagehood with anthems such as Mascara and Weir.

Brother/sister act Ella & Jesse Hooper seem understandably stoked on the change to perform under the Killing Heidi banner, dubbing it “a celebration not a reformation.”

UPDATE 21/09/16: And a safe bet it was! Killing Heidi have announced further festival appearances to compliment their one at the almost sold out Queenscliff Music Festival.

Watch: Killing Heidi – Weir (HQ)

Queenscliff Music Festival – 20th Anniversary Edition

Friday, 25th – Sunday, 27th November

Ballarine Peninsula, Victoria

Tickets: Queenscliff Music Festival

Also performing…

Saturday, 12th November

Handpicked Festival, Lake Breeze Wines

Tickets: Handpicked Festival

Sunday, 13th November

96FM’s Kickstart Summer of Music Concert, Houghton’s Winery

Tickets: 96FM

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