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The Last Dinner Party Announce Debut Australian Tour

The Last Dinner Party have announced an east-coast tour of Australia, set for July 2024. The shows effectively serve as the would-be “sideshows” of the since-cancelled Splendour In The Grass, with the London band being the latest act from the line-up to proceed with their own shows around that period. Others thus far have included singer-songwriter Lizzy McAlpine and comedy-rap duo Baby Gravy, AKA bbno$ and Yung Gravy.

In addition to performing stand-alone headlining shows in Sydney and Melbourne, the band’s stop in Brisbane will see them co-headline with American indie-pop act TV Girl – who themselves have just announced their own shows for July 2024. All dates and ticketing information can be found below.

The Last Dinner Party are currently touring in support of their debut studio album, Prelude to Ecstasy. Produced by Simian Mobile Disco‘s James Ford, the album hit the top of the UK albums chart on its week of release. It has also topped the charts in Scotland, as well as cracking the top 10 in Belgium, Ireland, the Netherlands, Austria and Switzerland.

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The Last Dinner Party was formed in early 2020 by a group of university friends, performing live for the first time the following year. They are best known for their debut single ‘Nothing Matters’, which peaked on the UK singles chart at number 16. The song also did well locally, etching up a spot in the 2023 triple j Hottest 100.

The Last Dinner Party 2024 Australian Tour

  • Saturday, July 20th – Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane QLD*
  • Monday, July 22nd – Forum Theatre, Melbourne VIC^
  • Tuesday, July 23rd – Enmore Theatre, Sydney NSW^

* – with TV Girl

^ – with Tia Gostelow

A pre-sale for the tour commences from 9am AEST on Thursday, April 18th. General sale for all shows follows from 9am AEST on Friday, April 19th. All ticketing information can be accessed via Secret Sounds.

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