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Middle Kids Announces 2024 Australian Tour

Australian indie rock band Middle Kids has announced their national tour to support their upcoming third album, Faith Crisis Pt 1, set to be released this Friday, February 16. The band has announced seven headline shows nationwide as part of their tour.

The tour will begin at Melbourne’s Forum on Friday, 10th May, followed by Catlemaine’s Forum on Saturday, 11th May, and the tour will conclude at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre on Friday. 7th June.

Middle Kids – ‘Terrible News’

Faith Crisis Pt 1 has been generating buzz even before its release. Middle Kids has already treated their fans with five singles. The singles, including “Bootleg Firecracker,” “Highlands,” “Dramamine,” “Bend,” and “Terrible News,” were released periodically starting from May last year.

In addition to their album releases, Middle Kids have also delighted fans during the festive season with the standalone single “Driving Home For Christmas.” This release came just before Hannah Joy, one of the band members made her acting debut in the festive film “Christmess.”

Tickets for their tour now will be available for purchase starting at 10 am local time this Friday, 16th February. However, presales for the tickets are now available from February 14.

Middle Kids Faith 2024 Australian Tour

  • Friday, 10th May – Forum, Naarm, Melbourne Vic
  • Saturday, 11th May – Theatre Royal, Dja Dja Wurrung Land, Castlemaine Vic
  • Thursday, 23rd May – Astor Theatre, Whadjuk Noongar Land, Perth WA
  • Saturday, 25th May – The Gov, Kaurna Land, Adelaide SA
  • Thursday, 30th May – Odeon Theatre, nipaluna, Hobart Tas
  • Saturday, 1st June – The Tivoli, Turrbal Land, Brisbane Qld
  • Friday, 7th June – Enmore Theatre, Gadigal Land, Sydney NSW

Tickets via Middle Kids’ official website

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