As an enormous dose of fan service, the Retrospecitve Tour will take in 35 shows across five capital cities through November and December, and this is the first time the rock trio – if any Australian act – have taken on such an endeavour. It won’t just be the stadiums either. Perth, Adelaide, Sydney, Brisbane and their hometown of Melbourne will each get have performances at intimate club venues. With seven shows at each city, meaning that their eponymous debut, 1998′s The Living End will get two showings in each city.
Playing their entire discography of their fifteen year career means that on top of their first album, fans will also get Roll On (2000), Modern ARTillery (2004), State Of Emergency (2006), White Noise (2008) and last year’s The Ending Is Just The Beginning Repeating. Which means live punters can expect some of the band’s biggest hits right next to some never-before-played album cuts.
Pre-sale tickets for the tour will be made available to members of the band’s mailing list first, commencing Monday 16th July at 9am. So you can head to the group’s website and sign up right now, and the most dedicated of fans can purchase ‘the big red ticket’. A pass that’ll allow entry to every album being performed live across six shows for a discounted price which will be made available for the members’ presale and from Oztix until Thursday 2nd August.
THE ROSEMOUNT HOTEL – PERTH WA
THE GOV – ADELAIDE SA
THE HI FI – SYDNEY NSW
THE ZOO – BRISBANE QLD
THE CORNER HOTEL, MELBOURNE VIC
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