The Wombats to Dig Down Under

Two of Australia’s most loved international acts are set to play a string of standalone shows across the country from May.

English Indie-rockers The Wombats and German folk group Milky Chance are set to hit Australian shores for a string of Australian dates in May – as side-shows to accompany their Groovin’ the Moo performances.

Being their first time in Australia since 2015 and 10 years since the release of The Wombat’s first album A Guide To Love, Loss and Desperation, the shows will be an opportunity for the band to showcase their biggest hits.

Milky Chance are also bringing their newest hits to Australia after two years of touring and playing some of the world’s biggest festivals with latest single ‘Cocoon’ achieving Gold-status in Australia.

Both of the bands have dates in Melbourne, Sydney and Perth with Millky Chance performing a show in Brisbane.

Milky Chance Tour Dates

Tues 2 May                          The Tivoli                             Brisbane                QLD

 

Wed 3 May                          Enmore Theatre                   Sydney                  NSW

 

Thu 4 May                            Town Hall                            Melbourne             VIC

 

Wed 10 May                         Metro City                            Perth                     WA

 

The Wombats Tour Dates

Wed 3 May                          Festival Hall                         Melbourne                            VIC

 

Mon 8 May                           Opera House                      Sydney                                NSW

 

Thu 11 May                          Metro City                            Perth                                   WA

 

Get your tickets for their PERTH show here.

Joe Wilson

Joe prides himself on being the only person to consider sparklers in a total fire ban to be a good idea and surviving the 20 minute odyssey from the festival to his campsite at Southbound. He is a regular punter at Perth gigs and has recently picked up the grand title of Master of Reviews at Grok. He also suffers from alcohol-induced multiple personality disorder and has two known alter-egos; Late Night Joe and Chuck.

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