Date Venue Status
Thu 23 Jan, 2020 Spark Arena, Auckland - Lic. All Ages
Mon 27 Jan, 2020 Hordern Pavilion, Sydney - Lic. All Ages
Thu 30 Jan, 2020 Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne - Lic. All Ages
Sun 02 Feb, 2020 The Gov, Adelaide - 18+*
Tue 04 Feb, 2020 Metropolis Fremantle, Perth - 18+

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7.00pm — Doors Open
8.00pm — Jupiter
9.00pm — Bastille

7.30pm — Doors Open
8.00pm — Evie Irie
8.35pm — Max Frost
9.35pm — Bastille

7.30pm — Doors Open
8.00pm — Evie Irie
8.35pm — Max Frost
9.35pm — Bastille

7.30pm — Doors Open
8.00pm — Max Frost
9.00pm — Bastille

7.30pm — Doors Open
8.00pm — Max Frost
9.00pm — Bastille

Stage times are a guide only and subject to change

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Max Frost

Max Frost

Performing at all Australian shows is Texan Max Frost. Frost has come a long way his first release, viral 2013 hit ‘White Lies’, which took out the #42 spot in triple j Hottest 100. Two EPs and 2016’s genre-blending ‘Adderall’ placed him firmly on the map, before a move to LA in 2017 inspired debut album Gold Rush. Released last year, the LP features the Network 10 and Google Play theme ‘Good Morning’, plus ‘Eleven Days’, ‘Money Problems’ and new single ‘Perfect Man’. He’s toured with Twenty One Pilots, Panic! At The Disco and Gary Clark Jr, earning a reputation for high energy, infectious performances that are a true one-man-show, with Frost playing all instruments.

Evie Irie

Evie Irie

Joining Bastille and Max Frost in Sydney and Melbourne is 16-year-old singer-songwriter Evie Irie. The Sydney local released debut EP 5 Weeks In LA in July, referencing five weeks in Los Angeles that changed her life. They fell during a year-long stint in the US in the pursuit of songwriting success, after her parents backed her decision to put school on hold and chase her musical dreams. From that time came ‘Bitter’, ‘Stupid Things’ and ‘The Optimist’, proof of huge things to come from this young talent.

Jupiter Project

Jupiter Project

Stepping up in their hometown of Auckland is Jupiter Project, aka Gavin Correia and Marty Rich. Their 2014 single with Jetski Safari, ‘With You (feat. Helen Corry)’ went Gold in NZ and has accumulated more than 8 million streams worldwide. The duo’s follow-up track ‘Temporary Love’ took them to #1 on the NZ charts, which was backed up by 2018’s ‘Show Love’, a collab with fellow Kiwi SYSYI, and their most recent release, ‘Summer Rollin (feat. Ryan Enzed)’. No stranger to the airwaves with their Saturday night mix show on iHeartRadio and ZM, they’re also regulars on the festival circuit and have opened for Flume, Major Lazer, and DJ Snake.

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There are Early Entry Packages available for Auckland, Sydney, Adelaide & Perth. See below the packages and their inclusions:

Ticket limit: 4 per purchaser, per show [Frontier Members Pre-sale & General Public On-sale]
Available for: Auckland, Sydney, Adelaide & Perth

— One (1) General Admission Ticket
— Early Access into the Venue
— One (1) Exclusive Bastille Souvenir Laminate 

VIP instructions will be sent via email approximately five (5) days prior to the concert.  If you do not receive this email five (5) days prior, please email


Bastille will be headlining Brisbane’s Holy Green. Holy Green is a diverse Australian music festival, held each year over the Australia Day long-weekend and inviting thousands of music fans to gather at the spectacular new home Eatons Hill Outdoor, Saturday 25th January.

This is not a Frontier show, head to for full details.



Frontier Touring is over the moon to announce the return of British pop superstars Bastille to Australia and New Zealand at the beginning of next year on the Doom Days Tour, Part 2. Visiting Auckland, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, and Perth in January and February 2020, this tour will be fans’ first chance to hear the band’s third studio album Doom Days performed live.

Bastille’s third studio album Doom Days drops on Friday 14 June via EMI Music Australia (pre-order here). Featuring the massive first single ‘Quarter Past Midnight’, title track ‘Doom Days’, latest single ‘Joy’ (and its hilarious video clip), and the freshly-released new cut ‘Those Nights’, Doom Days is their most confident record yet. It tackles many of today’s most pressing political and social issues, while maintaining a personal angle throughout. Lyrically provocative and sonically diverse, it draws on influences in gospel, house, R&B, and more, as well as incorporating instrumentation inspired by their acclaimed ReOrchestrated tour.

“It’s a dance record but on our terms,” Dan says. “I’ve called it an apocalyptic party record but a party for us is all-nighters with your mates, not popping bottles in the club. It’s very British: rough around the edges.”

Recorded throughout 2018 in their South London studio, ‘One Eyed Jack’s’, by Dan Smith with bandmates Kyle Simmons, Will Farquarson and Chris ‘Woody’ Wood, plus producer Mark Crew, it sees the Grammy-nominated, Brit-winning four-piece stretch out and open-up like never before.

‘As pessimistic as it sounds, if this is the end of days we want to be in Bastille’s bunker, dancing to their anthemic stadium bangers until the bitter end.’ - MTV

The four-piece’s debut album, 2013’s Bad Blood, landed immediate traction with fans, shifting over a quarter of a million units in their homeland alone thanks to the multi-platinum mega-hit ‘Pompeii’ and singles ‘Flaws’ and ‘Laura Palmer’. 2016’s Wild World continued the trend, giving the band a second #1 album in the UK with tracks such as ‘Good Grief’ and taking them from quintessential alternative popsters to festival favourites in just a few years. They recently shook up their live set with an orchestra and gospel choir on their audacious ReOrchestrated Tour and released the fourth instalment in their freewheeling mixtape series, Other People’s Heartache.

Bastille have sold more than 8 million albums and racked up global streams well over the 6.5 billion mark, making them one of the most streamed acts on the planet, consistently sitting in the Top 100 streaming artists in the world (currently at #54). Recent Marshmello collab ‘Happier’, which they performed in Times Square on New Year’s Eve, is now certified Platinum in the UK and 5x Platinum in Australia, having spent a full 6 months in the top 10 of the US Hot 100 chart. ’World Gone Mad’ saw them contribute to the Netflix film Bright, starring Will Smith.

Now, they’re bringing the party to us. Don’t miss your chance to see Doom Days in the flesh this summer - tickets will not last long.


Thursday 23 January – Spark Arena, Auckland
Monday 27 January – Hordern Pavilion, Sydney
Thursday 30 January – Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne
Sunday 2 February – The Gov, Adelaide
Tuesday 4 February – Metropolis Fremantle, Perth

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