Wed 11 Feb, 2015 Royal Theatre, Canberra - All Ages
Fri 13 Feb, 2015 Hordern Pavilion, Sydney - All Ages
Sat 14 Feb, 2015 Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Brisbane - All Ages
Sun 22 Feb, 2015 Fremantle Arts Centre, Perth - 18+
Wed 25 Feb, 2015 Palais Theatre, Melbourne - All Ages
Thu 26 Feb, 2015 Palais Theatre, Melbourne - All Ages
Fri 27 Feb, 2015 Palais Theatre, Melbourne - All Ages
Sat 28 Feb, 2015 Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide - All Ages
Tue 03 Mar, 2015 Hordern Pavilion, Sydney - Licensed All Ages
Thu 05 Mar, 2015 Palais Theatre, Melbourne - All Ages
Sat 07 Mar, 2015 Palais Theatre, Melbourne - All Ages

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As his massive year draws to a close, Chet Faker (A.K.A. Melbournian native Nicholas Murphy) is pleased to announce details of his biggest Australian tour to date and the final tour of his award-winning breakthrough debut LP Built On Glass (out now via Future Classic).

The homecoming national tour (featuring Chet as a three-piece band) will take in five capital cities this February. Chet will be ably supported by Melbourne wonder-producer Roland Tings and rising cosmic-funk revivalists GL.

Chet Faker’s July tour, the first in over two years, was incredibly well received.  He sold out three and four shows at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre and Melbourne’s Forum Theatres respectively, among others.

It’s been a sure and steady ascent for Chet, who single-handedly wrote, performed and produced Built On Glass in a hand-built studio at the disused Melbourne Meat Market and released it in April to endless critical acclaim. The chart-topping album has already picked up three ARIA Awards and leads the field with a total of nine nominations. The album has also been nominated for the 2014 J Award for Australian Album of the Year. Lead single ‘Talk Is Cheap’ is now accredited Gold and the Toby & Pete directed film clip has been nominated in both the ARIA and J Award Best Video category.  Chet will be performing at the ARIA Awards on Wednesday 26 November.

There’s also an impressive story unfolding internationally, where Chet has spent most of the year on the road, clocking up over 100 shows this year. He recently sold over 23,000 tickets across Europe and the UK on his sold-out headline tour, including the 2,600 capacity Coronet and, remarkably, a 6,000 capacity arena in Istanbul (where 2,000 fans petitioned to have his 500 capacity venue upgraded after it sold out in two hours). In the US, his recent performance at FYF Festival in Los Angeles had the 7,000-person arena at capacity for his performance, during which the crowd broke through the barriers to catch a glimpse of his set bringing the festival to a standstill.  Chet also enjoyed a sold-out show at New York's iconic Webster Hall, playing to over 1,500 people

Onwards and upwards, Chet Faker recently recorded his first iTunes Session. This exclusive six-track set is only available on iTunes and features highlights from Built On Glass and ‘I’m Into You’ from the Thinking In Textures EP. Released globally on Friday 28 November, it is available for pre-order now on iTunes here.


Wednesday 11 February - Royal Theatre, Canberra (All Ages)
Friday 13 February - Hordern Pavilion, Sydney (Licensed All Ages)
Saturday 14 February - Convention Centre, Brisbane (All Ages)
Sunday 22 February - Arts Centre, Fremantle* (18+)
Wednesday 25 February - Palais Theatre, Melbourne (All Ages)
Thursday 26 February - Palais Theatre, Melbourne (All Ages)
Friday 27 February - Palais Theatre, Melbourne (All Ages)
Saturday 28 February - Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide (All Ages)
Tuesday 3 March - Hordern Pavilion, Sydney (Licensed All Ages)
Thursday 5 March - Palais Theatre, Melbourne (All Ages)
Saturday 7 March - Palais Theatre, Melbourne (All Ages)
* Roland Tings not supporting. U18s may be accompanied by parent/legal guardian.

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