Tonight Alive Tour Support – The Dangerous Summer Out, Young Guns In.

Funding dramas have caused one of Australia’s most successful musical exports of recent years, Tonight Alive, to re-arrange the main support slot for their impending Australian ‘There’s No Place Like Home’ Tour.

Reports came late last week that The Dangerous Summer were forced to pull out due to Tonight Alive’s Management being unable to pay the arranged fee. This comes as a massive let-down to fans of The Dangerous Summer, who have had to cancel previous tour plans to come to Australia. Frontman AJ Perdomo was quick to respond via his Twitter, making it clear their band wasn’t to blame.

“Fyi. The tonight alive tour drop wasnt our fault. They emailed us two weeks before the tour saying they couldnt afford the original offer.”@ajperdomo

Fans were not impressed, responding with taunts: “another day, another The Dangerous Summer tour cancelled” and “Good job AJ, putting the blame on another band again“. Moments later, Perdomo tweeted again:

“We would obviously very much love to get to australia and see you all. We’ll be back asap. Love tonight alive, theyll kill it double” @ajperdomo

Tonight Alive have been somewhat silent over the issue, though took to Facebook to explain: “NPLH ANNOUCEMENT! We regret to inform you that The Dangerous Summer have had to cancel their appearance on our tour, but we’re excited to announce that our good friends Young Guns from the UK will be joining us on all dates excluding Adelaide, Ballarat and Melbourne under 18s”

UK’s Young Guns will step up to the plate for main support and are a great addition to the tour.

The band has also released a video statement:

‘There’s No Place Home’ Tour on May 17


w. Special Guests: Totally Unicorn

Thur 17th May – Uni Bar, Adelaide Lic/AA

Level 5, Union House, The University of Adelaide

Fri 18th May – Karova Lounge, Ballarat 18+

15 Field Street, Ballarat

Sat 19th May – Corner Hotel, Melbourne 18+

57 Swan Street, Richmond

Sun 20th May – Corner Hotel, Melbourne AA (Daytime)

57 Swan Street, Richmond

Thurs 24th May – The Patch, Wollongong 18+

1A Anama Street, Wollongong

Fri 25th May – Manning Bar, Sydney 18+

Manning House, Manning Road Sydney

Sat 26th May – Factory Theatre, Sydney AA

105 Victoria Road, Marrickville

Wed 30th May – Wagga Uni, Wagga 18+ (TA only)

Boorooma Street, North Wagga

Thur 31st May – The Loft, Newcastle AA

1/7A Wolfe St, Newcastle

Fri 1st June – Coolangatta Hotel, 18+

Cnr Warner Street & Marine Parade, Coolangatta

Sat 2nd June – The Hive, Brisbane AA (Daytime)

458 Wickham Street Fortitude Valley

Sat 2nd June – The Basement, Brisbane 18+

243 Brunswick Street Fortitude Valley

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