Teenage Bottlerocket | Credit: Jason Pendleton

Teenage Bottlerocket Announce 2024 Australian Tour

Teenage Bottlerocket have announced a tour of Australia, set for September 2024. It will take place over four years after the band were originally scheduled to return, which was delayed indefinitely at the time due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The band will now be touring in belated support of their ninth studio album, 2021’s Sick Sesh!

Due to only having a brief window of time to come to Australia in-between touring commitments with longtime friends NOFX, the band will play five shows in five days. Details for each show, as well as ticketing information, can be found below.

Teenage Bottlerocket – ‘Bigger Than KISS’

Teenage Bottlerocket first came to Australia in 2011, at the tail-end of the world tour for their fourth album They Came From The Shadows. They returned in October of 2017, playing a run of shows in support of their unique project Stealing The Covers. Rather than perform well-known songs, the band opted to record versions of obscure songs by short-lived punk bands such as the Varsity Weirdos, Sprocket Nova and Onion Flavoured Rings.

The band made headlines in 2021 as live music began to slowly surface globally yet again, with the band headlining a show in Florida where the promoter had put together an intriguing offer. For those that were vaccinated against COVID-19, tickets would be $18; for those that were not, tickets would be $1,000. Reportedly, no-one took the promoter up on the offer for the latter.

Teenage Bottlerocket 2024 Australian Tour

  • Thursday, September 26th – Soapbox, Brisbane QLD
  • Friday, September 27th – Vinnies Dive, Southport QLD
  • Saturday, September 28th – Hamilton Station Hotel, Newcastle NSW
  • Sunday, September 29th – Crowbar, Sydney NSW
  • Monday, September 30th – The Tote, Melbourne VIC

Tickets are on-sale now via Oztix.

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