Taking Back Sunday - Australian Tour 2006


Date Venue Status
Sat 11 Mar, 2006 Capitol, Perth
Sun 12 Mar, 2006 Fowler's Live, Adelaide
Mon 13 Mar, 2006 Hi-Fi Bar, Melbourne
Tue 14 Mar, 2006 Hi-Fi Bar, Melbourne
Wed 15 Mar, 2006 UNSW Roundhouse, Sydney
Thu 16 Mar, 2006 UNSW Roundhouse, Sydney
Sat 18 Mar, 2006 Arena Entertainment Complex, Brisbane



It gives The Frontier Touring Company and Blue Murder great pleasure to confirm the news that Australian fans of Taking Back Sunday have been waiting years for. The cult band from Long Island, New York is heading to Australia for the first time ever to headline their very own tour!

Adam Lazzara, Fred Mascherino, Mark O’Connell, Eddie Reyes and Matt Rubano are Taking Back Sunday, and it’s no secret that together they make intoxicating music. Fuelled by a two-pronged guitar attack and driven by Adam and Fred’s vocals, Taking Back Sunday combine the best elements of punk, rock, emo and pop.

Despite never having toured Australia, the band has still managed to secure a huge fanbase downunder. Indeed two hit album releases – including 2004’s Where You Want To Be (Victory Records, Stomp) – and a long history of sold-out shows worldwide makes them one of the most exciting bands on the underground scene at the moment.

Taking Back Sunday’s live shows are manic, thrilling events. Australian fans of all ages will be given the opportunity to be part of them when they tour in March with the band performing all ages gigs in Perth, Adelaide, Sydney and Brisbane, and both an overage and underage show in Melbourne.

Adelaide fans are further blessed with the double billing of Taking Back Sunday and Alkaline Trio on the one night! Alkaline Trio are legends of the punk-rock scene, bringing a level of skill and expertise to their music that other bands struggle to sustain. The special show, which will take over Fowler’s Live for one night only on Sunday 12 March is a must-see. But with a bill like this, tickets are certain to sell out fast.

Don’t miss out on being part of Taking Back Sunday’s first ever Australian tour.


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