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Sticky Fingers Have Quietly Announced A 2018 National Tour

Written by Tom Williams on September 3, 2018

Divisive Sydney band Sticky Fingers have quietly announced a new national tour, after pulling out of Newcastle’s This That festival in July, following a public backlash.

In an email to fans today, simply titled “It’s been a minute”, the band revealed eight tour dates across Melbourne, Hobart, Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Sydney and Darwin, taking place between October and November.

Earlier this year, Sticky Fingers revealed plans to release a new album in 2018, after frontman Dylan Frost was told to leave a Sydney pub following a verbal altercation.

The band has previously faced allegations of racism and violence. In May, bassist Paddy Cornwall threatened Indigenous musician Thelma Plum in a lengthy written tirade on social media.

The controversial group completed a world tour earlier this year, which included headline shows in Australia, Mexico, USA, UK, Germany, Netherlands, New Zealand and Indonesia.

UPDATE 14/09/18: Sticky Fingers have now announced a series of new shows in an email to fans. Details below.

Sticky Fingers 2018 National Tour

Thursday, 11th October — NEW SHOW
Festival Hall, Melbourne

Friday, 12th October
Festival Hall, Melbourne

Saturday, 13th October
Botanical Gardens, Hobart

Wednesday, 17th October — NEW SHOW
Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide

Thursday, 18th October — SOLD OUT
Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide

Saturday, 20th October
HBF Stadium, Perth

Friday, 26th October
Riverstage, Brisbane

Saturday, 27th October — NEW SHOW
Nightquarter, Gold Coast

Sunday, 28th October — SOLD OUT
Nightquarter, Gold Coast

Thursday, 1st November — NEW SHOW
Hordern Pavilion, Sydney

Friday, 2nd November — SOLD OUT
Hordern Pavilion, Sydney

Tuesday, 6th November
Discovery, Darwin

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