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The Gaslight Anthem Australian Tour 2015 – The Enmore Theatre, Sydney

American punk rockers The Gaslight Anthem have been confirmed for a national tour in 2015, much to the delight of fans left wanting more after their spirited 2013 Soundwave Festival performances.

The New Jersey four-piece are set to hit Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide in January/February of next year, after releasing their latest record Get Hurt in August to expectant listeners.

The Amity Affliction ‘The Weigh Downunder’ Tour 2015 – Albany Leisure and Aquatic Centre

From the backwoods of rural Gympie in Queensland, The Amity Affliction have gone from strength to strength since their humble beginnings as a high school garage band in 2003. Taking to the road again, these metalcore rockers are coming to a town near you for their Weigh Downunder tour in early 2015.

The boys are leaving no corner of the country untouched, making it as far as north Queensland for tropical fans and even across to the Northern Territory and Western Australia for their outback fan-base.

The Amity Affliction ‘The Weigh Downunder’ Tour 2015 – Panthers, Newcastle

From the backwoods of rural Gympie in Queensland, The Amity Affliction have gone from strength to strength since their humble beginnings as a high school garage band in 2003. Taking to the road again, these metalcore rockers are coming to a town near you for their Weigh Downunder tour in early 2015.

The boys are leaving no corner of the country untouched, making it as far as north Queensland for tropical fans and even across to the Northern Territory and Western Australia for their outback fan-base.

The Vamps Australian Tour 2015 – Adelaide Entertainment Centre

For a band that started on Facebook and YouTube, The Vamps have come a long way very quickly. The British four-piece who have been dubbed “the next McFly” by critics are due back to Australia next January for a full-blown capital city pilgrimage and are bound to leave a string of broken hearts along the way.

After only two brief years on the pop scene and almost 25 million views on their latest film clip ‘Can We Dance’, the group of lads (all in their twenties) have successfully wedged themselves into the ‘fangirl’ market. With superstar potential and a charismatic stage presence, now is the time to see them live.

The Vamps Australian Tour 2015 – Festival Hall, Melbourne

For a band that started on Facebook and YouTube, The Vamps have come a long way very quickly. The British four-piece who have been dubbed “the next McFly” by critics are due back to Australia next January for a full-blown capital city pilgrimage and are bound to leave a string of broken hearts along the way.

After only two brief years on the pop scene and almost 25 million views on their latest film clip ‘Can We Dance’, the group of lads (all in their twenties) have successfully wedged themselves into the ‘fangirl’ market. With superstar potential and a charismatic stage presence, now is the time to see them live.

Lady Antebellum Australian Tour 2015 – Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne

Lady Antebellum has announced, two arena sized sideshows following her appearance at 2015’s CMC Rocks Festival in Queensland.

With a cracking supporter line-up, Lady Antebellum will appear at Sydney’s Qantas Credit Union Arena on the 15th of March followed by a performance at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena two days later on the 17th of March.

Temper Trap Falls Festival Sideshows 2015 – The Metro Theatre, Sydney

Aussie lads Temper Trap are due home for the 2014/15 Falls Festival season, which kicks off in Lorne on December 28th. The Melbourne four-piece have been kept busy charting globally since their conception in 2005 and are looking forward to playing a set of two exclusive sideshows in January next year.

The Drums Australian Tour 2014 – Metro Theatre, Sydney

Laneway favorites The Drums are due back this November for another round of Aussie madness! Kicking off their three-date tour in Brisbane on the 29th of November, and then continuing onto Sydney and Melbourne, the Brooklyn-based group will be hitting the stage for the first time as a duo instead of a four-piece ensemble.

The boys will be showcasing their latest studio album, ‘Encyclopedia’, which they hoped would allow fans to hear a different element of the group’s creativity. The new material is about straying away from what we know, and promises “liberal sprinklings of tambourine” and an overall “upbeat tempo” from their previous signature “brooding” sound.

The Amity Affliction ‘The Weigh Downunder’ Tour 2015 – Community Centre, Lake Kawana

From the backwoods of rural Gympie in Queensland, The Amity Affliction have gone from strength to strength since their humble beginnings as a high school garage band in 2003. Taking to the road again, these metalcore rockers are coming to a town near you for their Weigh Downunder tour in early 2015.

The boys are leaving no corner of the country untouched, making it as far as north Queensland for tropical fans and even across to the Northern Territory and Western Australia for their outback fan-base.

The Vamps Australian Tour 2015 – HBF Stadium, Perth

For a band that started on Facebook and YouTube, The Vamps have come a long way very quickly. The British four-piece who have been dubbed “the next McFly” by critics are due back to Australia next January for a full-blown capital city pilgrimage and are bound to leave a string of broken hearts along the way.

After only two brief years on the pop scene and almost 25 million views on their latest film clip ‘Can We Dance’, the group of lads (all in their twenties) have successfully wedged themselves into the ‘fangirl’ market. With superstar potential and a charismatic stage presence, now is the time to see them live.

The Vamps Australian Tour 2015 – The Riverstage, Brisbane

For a band that started on Facebook and YouTube, The Vamps have come a long way very quickly. The British four-piece who have been dubbed “the next McFly” by critics are due back to Australia next January for a full-blown capital city pilgrimage and are bound to leave a string of broken hearts along the way.

After only two brief years on the pop scene and almost 25 million views on their latest film clip ‘Can We Dance’, the group of lads (all in their twenties) have successfully wedged themselves into the ‘fangirl’ market. With superstar potential and a charismatic stage presence, now is the time to see them live.

The Vamps Australian Tour 2015 – Hordern Pavilion, Sydney

For a band that started on Facebook and YouTube, The Vamps have come a long way very quickly. The British four-piece who have been dubbed “the next McFly” by critics are due back to Australia next January for a full-blown capital city pilgrimage and are bound to leave a string of broken hearts along the way.

After only two brief years on the pop scene and almost 25 million views on their latest film clip ‘Can We Dance’, the group of lads (all in their twenties) have successfully wedged themselves into the ‘fangirl’ market. With superstar potential and a charismatic stage presence, now is the time to see them live.

Lady Antebellum Australian Tour 2015 – Qantas Credit Union Arena, Sydney

Lady Antebellum has announced, two arena sized sideshows following her appearance at 2015’s CMC Rocks Festival in Queensland.

With a cracking supporter line-up, Lady Antebellum will appear at Sydney’s Qantas Credit Union Arena on the 15th of March followed by a performance at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena two days later on the 17th of March.

George Ezra Falls Festival Sideshows 2015 – Metro Theatre, Sydney

UK hit-maker George Ezra is next in line to announce sideshows for the upcoming Falls Festival. The exclusive shows are set to hit Melbourne’s Corner Hotel on Wednesday, 7th January and Sydney’s Metro Theatre on the 8th following his much anticipated live performances at Falls.

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