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Date Venue Status
Thu 25 Feb, 2021 Enmore Theatre, Sydney - Lic. All Ages
Sun 28 Feb, 2021 Sirromet Wines, Mount Cotton - Lic. All Ages*
Sat 13 Mar, 2021 Hope Estate, Hunter Valley - Lic. All Ages*
Wed 17 Mar, 2021 Stage 88, Canberra - Lic. All Ages*
Sat 20 Mar, 2021 Mt Duneed Estate, Geelong - Lic. All Ages*

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DAN SULTAN (All Shows)
Raised between inner city Melbourne and the Northern territory town of Yuendumu, Dan Sultan began playing music at a young age. Inspired by classic guitar rock and the tribal culture of his heritage, Sultan quickly proved himself an Australian favourite, winning multiple ARIA awards, playing the country’s largest music festivals; also appearing in film.

ALICE SKYE (All Shows)
Alice Skye is a Wergaia/Wemba Wemba person living and writing music in Naarm (Melbourne). Since her first album 'Friends with Feelings' she has signed with Bad Apples, the Indigenous-driven label that celebrates and prioritises blak excellence. Alice's upcoming sophomore album 'I Feel Better but I Don't Feel Good' was produced by local artist Jen Cloher. Her work continues to look inwards and explores finding staunchness in softness

TROY CASSAR-DALEY (All Shows)
Troy Cassar-Daley is a proud Gumbaynggirr/Bundjalung man who comes from a long line of storytellers. His songs authentically soundtrack the Australian culture, winning him numerous accolades including 37 Golden Guitars, 4 ARIAs, 2 APRA awards, 9 Deadlys (Australian Indigenous Artist Awards), 4 CMAAs, 2 NIMAs (National Indigenous Music Awards) as well as an induction into the prestigious Australasian Roll Of Renown. The latest addition to his legacy is his upcoming album The World Today (out March 19 through Sony Music).

TASMAN KEITH (All Shows)
Hometown pride runs deep for 24-year-old rapper Tasman Keith, whose music is indebted to giving back to the community that raised him. From a small town on New South Wales' mid-North Coast, Keith is carrying on the Gumbaynggirr storytelling traditions of his family through his eclectic and emotive tracks.

LEAH FLANAGAN (All Shows)
Originating from Darwin, Leah Flanagan grew up in a household filled with music and culture – boasting a proud Italian, Indigenous (Alyawarre) and Irish heritage that she credits as early influences to her sound. Flanagan’s latest album ‘Colour By Number’ is out now through her own Darwin based, Indigenous owned and operated label Small Change Records.

BUNNA LAWRIE (ADE 8 Mar only)
Bunna Lawrie is a member and respected elder of the Mirning Aboriginal tribe from the Coastal Nullabor, South Australia. He is a Mirning whaledreamer and songman, medicine man and storyteller of his tribe. He is Coloured Stone's founding member and chief songwriter.

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Click here to read the full Midnight Oil 2021 Tour FAQ


KEY POINTS TO NOTE:

There are only digital tickets available for this tour

Tickets are only available for purchase online

Tickets will not be emailed to purchasers until two weeks before the show date:
—— Mount Cotton: Tickets emailed from Fri 19 Feb
—— Hunter Valley:
Tickets emailed from Fri 26 Feb
—— Canberra:
Tickets emailed from Wed 3 Mar
—— Geelong:
Tickets emailed from Fri 5 Mar

Pre-sale ticket limit: 6 per purchaser, per show
General public on-sale ticket limit: 10 per purchaser, per show

Only purchase tickets through Ticketmaster, the authorised ticketing agency that has the contract to supply tickets for all venues on this tour

— General Admission (Rear Lawn) tickets are available to purchase in groups of 4, 5 or 6 only due to COVID 19 restrictions, reduced capacities and health management requirements in this area. Ticket purchasers may be allocated into a designated area within the General Admission (Rear Lawn) area and your group of 4,5 or 6 (as per your Ticketmaster Order number) would remain together within this designated area. Friends and family that have purchased separately are unable to be positioned next to you.


Important COVID Information: Ticket purchases are subject to change dependent on Government COVID guidelines and regulations at the time of the event. This may require a reduction in the number of persons who may attend the event or changes to Reserved Seating allocations and General Admission (Rear Lawn) configurations

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Midnight Oil will also play at the Adelaide festival WOMADelaide in March 2021.

Head to womadelaide.com.au for more information.


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