Tue 24 Apr, 2018 Hordern Pavilion, Sydney - Licensed All Ages
Fri 27 Apr, 2018 Groovin The Moo Wayville - Licensed All Ages
Sat 28 Apr, 2018 Groovin The Moo Maitland - Licensed All Ages
Sun 29 Apr, 2018 Groovin The Moo Canberra - Licensed All Ages
Tue 01 May, 2018 Logan Campbell Centre, Auckland - Licensed All Ages
Thu 03 May, 2018 TSB Bank Arena, Wellington - Licensed All Ages
Sat 05 May, 2018 Groovin The Moo Bendigo - Licensed All Ages
Sun 06 May, 2018 Groovin The Moo Townsville - Licensed All Ages
Mon 07 May, 2018 Riverstage - Brisbane Botanic Gardens, Brisbane - Licensed All Ages
Wed 09 May, 2018 Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne - Licensed All Ages
Sat 12 May, 2018 Groovin The Moo Bunbury - Licensed All Ages
Sun 13 May, 2018 HBF Stadium, Perth - Licensed All Ages

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Dead Favours

Dead Favours


Local NZ rockers Dead Favours will be joining Royal Blood at two of the most eagerly awaited rock concerts of 2018. Hailing from Auckland, Dead Favours have built a loyal following across the country and are no strangers to the touring scene. Their lead single ‘Dig’ peaked at #1 on the iTunes rock chart, and has been streamed over 100,000 times on Spotify.


Polish Club

Polish Club


Forming just three years ago, Polish Club – David Novak and John Henry-Pajak, have already been making waves with 2017’s debut record Alright Already, lauded by Rolling Stone Australia as “high-octane, sweaty rock & roll”. Fuelled by this energy, picking up an ARIA nomination for Best Rock Album along the way, the duo is also making their mark on live stages. Having supported the likes of Gang of Youths and The Preatures, they embarked on two critically lauded headline tours last year, with The Sydney Morning Herald raving that “their chemistry can’t be underestimated”.


Psychedelic Porn Crumpets

Psychedelic Porn Crumpets


Perth rockers Psychedelic Porn Crumpets came together in 2014 and have been described by The Music as “resembling Jimi Hendrix fresh off the end of a light globe”. The quartet have spring-boarded off the back of 2016’s momentum, releasing debut effort High Visceral (Part 1) to critical acclaim. Having supported local mainstays such as King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard and Canada’s Black Mountain, as well as touring nationally, the group are in no danger of slowing down.

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ROYAL BLOOD | Dead Favours announced as support for both New Zealand shows + new video for single ‘How Did We Get So Dark?

27 Oct 2017

ROYAL BLOOD announce more shows in Australia & New Zealand next April/May

19 Jul 2017


6.30pm — Doors Open
7.00pm — Psychedelic Porn Crumpets
7.55pm — Polish Club
9.05pm — Royal Blood

7.30pm — Doors Open
8.20pm — Dead Favours
9.30pm — Royal Blood

7.30pm — Doors Open
8.20pm — Dead Favours
9.30pm — Royal Blood

5.30pm — Doors Open
6.00pm — Psychedelic Porn Crumpets
7.00pm — Polish Club
8.15pm — Royal Blood

6.30pm — Doors Open
7.30pm — Psychedelic Porn Crumpets
8.20pm — Polish Club
9.30pm — Royal Blood

7.00pm — Doors Open
7.30pm — Psychedelic Porn Crumpets
8.20pm — Polish Club
9.30pm — Royal Blood

Please note: stage times are a guide only + subject to change without notice


with special guests

Fresh from their sold out Sydney show and on the cusp of their headline slot at Splendour In The Grass, Frontier Touring and I OH YOU are delighted to announce that Royal Blood will be returning to Australia and New Zealand next April and May to play their biggest venues on our shores to date.

The British rock duo will play six shows – including their first ever shows to Brisbane, Perth and Auckland crowds – in celebration of their acclaimed second album How Did We Get So Dark? (out now via Warner Music).

‘The most universally deified emergent UK rock band since the Arctic Monkeys first thawed out a decade ago.’ – Pitchfork

‘Ambitious and satisfying.’- Allmusic

‘Each track is executed with crushingly focused precision.’ - Clash Music

Forming in Brighton in 2013, Royal Blood’s self-titled first record became the UK’s fastest selling rock debut in three years upon its release in 2014. Hit singles ‘Out of the Black’ and ‘Little Monster’ received widespread praise and earned them a nomination for BBC Sound of 2014, while their glorious track ‘Figure It Out’ has over 15 million views on YouTube and almost 50 million plays on Spotify.

The duo’s follow-up release How Did We Get So Dark? has been quick to follow suit, debuting at #1 on the UK Albums Chart, #4 in the ARIA Album Charts and #6 in the NZ Album Charts. With hit tracks ‘Lights Out’, ‘I Only Lie When I Love You’ and ‘Hook, Line & Sinker’ gaining over 19 million streams collectively since April.

Mike Kerr (bass guitar/vocals) and Ben Thatcher’s (drums) return to Australia and New Zealand follows a series of sold-out tours over the past few years. From their debut shows in May 2014 to today, Royal Blood have solidified themselves as an electrifying live act:

‘It was all just a taste of what's to come, and indeed it has us anticipating the full length and their inevitable return to our shores.’ – The AU Review

‘Their breakneck, hour-long set was a jubilation in what should be a powerful year for the two twentysomethings.’ – Consequence of Sound

‘For anyone who loses sleep at night fearing that Rock is dead, Royal Blood offers more than a little hope.’ – Live In Limbo

Royal Blood have consistently sold out shows each time that they’ve toured our fine countries. Whether you’ve missed the chance to see their powerful live show in the past or want to go on the wild ride all over again, act quick to pick up your tickets to the duo’s biggest AU & NZ headline tour next April and May!


Tuesday 24 April – Hordern Pavilion, Sydney SOLD OUT!
Tuesday 1 May – Logan Campbell Centre, Auckland
Thursday 3 May – TSB Bank Arena, Wellington
Monday 7 May – Riverstage, Brisbane
Wednesday 9 May – Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne
Sunday 13 May – HBF Stadium, Perth

All Shows – Lic. All Ages

Not Frontier Touring shows

Friday 27 April – Adelaide Showground, Wayville
Saturday 28 April – Maitland Showground
Sunday 29 April – University of Canberra,
Saturday 5 May – Bendigo’s Price Of Wales Showground
Sunday 6 May – Murray Sports Complex, Townsville Cricket Grounds
Saturday 12 May – Hay Park, Bunbury

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