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Event Name:Boy & Bear - Moonfire Tour
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Venue Name:The HIFI
Venue Address:125 Swanston Street, Melbourne, VIC Australia 3000
Recommended Age:13 - 17
Ticket Price:$34.50
Online Ticket Outlets:http://www.posse.com/p/8809.231166?f=1
Website:http://www.thehifi.com.au
Contact Email:info@thehifi.com.au
Contact Phone:1300 THEHIFI (843 443)
Event Presented By:Triple J, Channel V, Max, Groupie, Beat Magazine, Select Music

Boy & Bear – New U18 Show Date Added At The Hi Fi Bar

Due to extreme popular demand, Boy & Bear are very pleased to announce an U18s show at The Hifi, Melbourne as part of their Moonfire album tour.

The tour will kick off in early November and will see them not only take in capital cities, but also a number for regional centres. Amongst their With Emperor Antarctica favourites, Boy & Bear will be bringing to life tracks from their already critically acclaimed Moonfire. And if the emotion stirred on the debut is anything to go by, these shows are set to be an honest and passionate affair.

Last time the band were on the road this year the entire tour sold out, so best to get in quickly and avoid missing out on this occasion.

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