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Date Venue Status
Wed 23 Feb, 2022 Newcastle Entertainment Centre, Newcastle - Lic. All Ages
Wed 02 Mar, 2022 WIN Entertainment Centre, Wollongong - Lic. All Ages
Sun 27 Mar, 2022 Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne - Lic. All Ages - Rescheduled
Wed 30 Mar, 2022 Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide - Lic. All Ages
Sat 02 Apr, 2022 Darwin Amphitheatre - Lic. All Ages - Cancelled
Wed 06 Apr, 2022 Convention Centre Arena, Cairns - Lic. All Ages - Cancelled
Sat 09 Apr, 2022 Sunshine Coast Stadium, Sunshine Coast - Lic. All Ages
Wed 13 Apr, 2022 Riverstage, Brisbane - Lic. All Ages
Tue 19 Apr, 2022 Stage 88, Canberra - Lic. All Ages - Cancelled
Thu 21 Apr, 2022 Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney - Lic. All Ages
Thu 25 Aug, 2022 Munro Martin Parklands, Cairns - Lic. All Ages
Sat 27 Aug, 2022 Darwin Convention Centre - Lic. All Ages
Sat 01 Oct, 2022 Fellows Oval, ANU Campus, Canberra - 18+*

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NEWCASTLE
6.00PM | Doors
6.45PM | William Crighton
8.00PM | Midnight Oil

WOLLONGONG
6.00PM | Doors
6.45PM | William Crighton
8.00PM | Midnight Oil

MELBOURNE
6.00PM | Doors
6.45PM | Amyl and The Sniffers
8.00PM | Midnight Oil

ADELAIDE
6.00PM | Doors
6.45PM | Jack River
8.00PM | Midnight Oil

DARWIN
4.30PM | Doors
6.15PM | Emily Wurramara
7.15PM | Busby Marou
8.30PM | Midnight Oil

CAIRNS
6.00PM | Doors
6.45PM | King Stingray
8.00PM | Midnight Oil

SUNSHINE COAST
4:00pm | Doors Open
5:45pm | Jack River
6:45pm | Goanna
8:00pm | Midnight Oil

BRISBANE
5.30PM | Doors
6.45PM | Busby Marou
8.00PM | Midnight Oil

CANBERRA
4.30PM | Doors
6.15PM | Emily Wurramara
7.15PM | Jack River
8.30PM | Midnight Oil

SYDNEY
5.30PM | Doors
6.45PM | King Stingray
8.00PM | Midnight Oil

* Please note stage times are a guide only and subject to change without notice

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All Our Exes Live In Texas

All Our Exes Live In Texas

GEELONG & RUTHERGLEN ONLY

ARIA Award-winning indie-folk band ALL OUR EXES LIVE IN TEXAS is a fantasy draft of Australia’s finest singer-songwriters. With a Top 10 critically acclaimed debut album, When We Fall, and a reputation as festival favourites, they’ve had multiple sell-out tours around Australia and are carving up the USA and UK.


Amyl and The Sniffers

Amyl and The Sniffers

MELBOURNE ONLY

With a grab bag of influences, from Australian rock to rap to 70s punk, AMYL AND THE SNIFFERS emerged with a sound that was totally their own - short, fast, loud and funny. Their debut self-titled album (2019) won an ARIA Award for Best Rock Album, and their sophomore album Comfort To Me (2021) debuted at #2 in the ARIA Album Charts.


Busby Marou

Busby Marou

ORANGE & BRISBANE ONLY

BUSBY MAROU are Rockhampton duo Thomas Busby and Jeremy Marou. Their meaningful lyrics, melodic guitar riffs and delightful harmonies have seen them win over fans and critics alike and they have gained the reputation as one of Australia’s hardest-working live bands best known for their distinctly Australian storytelling and gifted musicianship. 


Emily Wurramara

Emily Wurramara

ORANGE, DARWIN & CANBERRA ONLY

EMILY WURRAMARA originates from Groote Eylandt in the Northern Territory and is an AIR award-winning, six-time Queensland Music Award winner and ARIA-nominated artist. Described as “one of music’s most inspiring Indigenous role models”, Emily’s second album is set for release in 2022.


Goanna

Goanna

GEELONG, PERTH, & SUNSHINE COAST ONLY

In the 1980s, GOANNA’s debut album, Spirit of Place, helped forge a new Australian identity.  Soulful, lyrical, political, humane and brimming with musicality, originality and creative volatility, Australia has never produced a group like GOANNA, before or since.


Hoodoo Gurus

Hoodoo Gurus

RUTHERGLEN ONLY

Holding a singular place in Australian and international rock ‘n’ roll history, HOODOO GURUS boasts 9 ARIA Top 20 albums, 9 ARIA Top 40 singles, a host of multi-platinum albums and an induction into the ARIA Hall of Fame. Their hotly-anticipated new studio album Chariot of the Gods is out on March 11 and the band kick off their 40th Anniversary Tour in April 2022.


Jack River

Jack River

ADELAIDE & CANBERRA ONLY

JACK RIVER is the stage name of Holly Rankin, a Sydney-based singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer who leaped onto the Australian music scene in 2016. With multiple ARIA nominations already under her belt, this alt-rock electro-pop rockstar is a force to be reckoned with. 


King Stingray

King Stingray

CAIRNS & SYDNEY ONLY

Indie, pop-rock band KING STINGRAY hail from the small town of Yirrkala (NT). The band performs in both English and Yolŋu Matha – the traditional language of the indigenous people of northeast Arnhem Land in northern Australia. Taking out the triple j Unearthed Artist of the Year in 2021, the band describes their sound as ‘Yolŋu surf rock’ and are making waves in the Australian music scene.


Stephen Pigram

Stephen Pigram

STEPHEN PIGRAM is a Yawuru singer/songwriter from Broome well known for his work with his musical brothers in the much-loved Pigram Brothers band. Stephen was also an important early pioneer of Aboriginal rock as a member of the influential ’80s bands Kuckles and Scrap Metal. 


William Crighton

William Crighton

WILLIAM CRIGHTON grew up in the Riverina area of rural NSW where he developed his deep connection to country. Crighton is a passionate environmentalist both in action and his music. His debut self-titled album (2016), attracted critical acclaim with a nomination at the 2017 AIR Awards and was praised by Rolling Stone calling it ‘uniquely penetrating storytelling.’ 


Leah Flanagan

Leah Flanagan

DARWIN ONLY

Originating from Darwin, Leah Flanagan is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Flanagan’s latest album ‘Colour By Number’ is out now through her own Darwin based, Indigenous owned and operated label Small Change Records.  


Moaning Lisa

Moaning Lisa

CANBERRA ONLY

Moaning Lisa deftly combines a garage rock, grunge fantasy with ‘one massive, cosy, accepting love-fest’ (Rush On Rock). Their live prowess has landed them as supports for DZ Deathrays, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever and Mitski, as well as slots at festivals such as Splendour in the Grass, Falls Festival, and more.

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ADDITIONAL TOUR DATES arrow

Midnight Oil are touring additional dates*

Sat 26 Feb | Heifer Station, Orange
Joined by Busby Marou and Emily Wurramara

Sat 5 Mar | Mt Duneed Estate, Geelong
Joined by Goanna and All Our Exes Live In Texas

Sun 24 Apr | All Saints Estate, Rutherglen
Joined by Hoodoo Gurus and All Our Exes Live In Texas
Previously Sat 12 Mar

Sun 25 Sep | Nikola Estate, Swan Valley
Joined by Goanna and Stephen Pigram
Previously Sat 26 Mar


Tickets & info: adayonthegreen.com.au
*not Frontier Touring shows

THE FINAL TOUR
FEBRUARY TO OCTOBER 2022

JOINED BY SPECIAL GUESTS ALL OUR EXES LIVE IN TEXAS, AMYL AND THE SNIFFERS, BUSBY MAROU, EMILY WURRAMARA, GOANNA, HOODOO GURUS, JACK RIVER, KING STINGRAY, STEPHEN PIGRAM, WILLIAM CRIGHTON, LEAH FLANAGAN & MOANING LISA
See tour dates for special guests at your show

Midnight Oil have announced that this chapter of their career will come to a memorable close in 2022 with the release of the other 12 new songs they recorded with Bones and a series of big gigs. Both are aptly titled Resist

The band also announced that this will be their final concert tour while making it clear that this does not mean the end of the Oils. Each of the members will continue their own projects over the years ahead. They remain very open to recording new music together in future and supporting causes in which they believe but this will be their last tour. 

From the northern beaches of Sydney to the streets of Manhattan, they have stopped traffic, inflamed passions, inspired fans, challenged the concepts of “business as usual” and broken much new ground. Seeing Midnight Oil in full flight is to experience the kinetic power of live rock’n’roll. They leave you inspired to live life more passionately and to Resist.  

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