|Jan 18, 2019||The Forum, Melbourne - (RESCHEDULED) 18+*||Details|
|Jan 19, 2019||Big Top Sydney, Sydney - (RESCHEDULED) All Ages*||Details|
RESCHEDULE AUSTRALIAN DATES TO JANUARY 2019
WITH SPECIAL GUEST NICOLE MILLAR
Due to unforeseen circumstances, Frontier Touring has been forced to reschedule Bastille’s upcoming shows in Sydney and Melbourne. The rescheduled concerts will take place on Friday 18 January 2019 at The Forum in Melbourne and Saturday 19 January 2019 at Sydney’s Big Top, with special guest Nicole Millar appearing at both shows.
“It’s with deep regret due to unforeseen circumstances we're unable to play the shows planned in Australia in coming days. We hugely apologise for any inconvenience caused to our Australian fans. The rescheduled shows in Australia are in January, we hope those of you with tickets can make these new dates next year. Huge apologies for a change in plans, we plan to make it up to you in the near future" - Bastille
All existing tickets are valid for the new date. If you are unable to attend the new date, click here for full ticketing information.
The UK four-piece are one of the most instantly recognisable and unstoppable pop forces in British music today, with their highly anticipated third album on its way. Their latest release is the smash hit collaboration with Marshmello, ‘Happier’. It follows the epic single ‘Quarter Past Midnight’. Last November saw the release of ‘World Gone Mad’, lifted from the Netflix film Bright starring Will Smith, as well as a collaboration on Craig David’s ‘I Know You’.
The four piece’s debut album, 2013’s Bad Blood, landed immediate traction with fans, featuring multi-platinum mega-hit ‘Pompeii’ (463 million+ YouTube views) and singles ‘Flaws’ and ‘Laura Palmer’. 2016’s Wild World continued the trend, giving the band a #1 album debut in the UK with tracks such as ‘Good Grief’ and taking them from quintessential alternative popsters to festival favourites in just a few years.
Joining Bastille at their Australian shows will be burgeoning pop sensation Nicole Millar. After two huge EPs and collaborations with Cosmo’s Midnight, Golden Features, and most notably Peking Duk on ‘High’, Millar released her debut album Excuse Me (EMI), featuring singles ‘Gimme A Break’ and ‘Blindfolded’.
Friday 18 January – Forum Melbourne, Melbourne (18+*)
(Prev. Sat 1 Sep)
Saturday 19 January – Big Top, Sydney (All Ages**)
(Prev. Sun 2 Sep)
* Patrons aged 15+ may attend the show, but must hold a ticket and be accompanied by a ticket holding parent or guardian
**Patrons aged 13+ may attend the show and do not need to be accompanied by a parent/legal guardian. Due to licensing regulations, those aged under 13 are unable to attend the show.
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Joining Bastille at their Australian shows is burgeoning pop sensation Nicole Millar. After early collaborations with Cosmo’s Midnight and Golden Features, it was Millar’s contribution to Peking Duk’s 2014 triple-platinum smash ‘High’ that truly launched her into the spotlight. ‘High’ reached #2 in triple j’s Hottest 100, and the Canadian-born, Sydney-raised singer followed this success with two excellent EPs in 2016. Featuring singles ‘Gimme A Break’ and ‘Blindfolded’, Millar’s debut album Excuse Me will be released on June 1st through EMI. These shows will be the perfect opportunity to catch her edgy pop songs in the flesh!