|Responding to huge demand, and on the eve of their anticipated album release, legendary psych-rock phenomenon TAME IMPALA have added a second and final Melbourne show to their biggest ever tour of Australia and New Zealand.
Tame Impala’s transcendent live experience will take in back-to-back nights at Rod Laver Arena on Thursday 23 (sold out) and Friday 24 April (just announced!). Tickets for the new Melbourne show are on sale at 2pm AEDT, Friday 14 February.
The band will also visit Auckland’s Spark Arena on Thursday 16 April, Brisbane’s Entertainment Centre on Saturday 18 April, Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on Monday 20 April and Adelaide’s Entertainment Centre Arena on Saturday 25 April; before heading to Perth for a huge hometown show at RAC Arena on Tuesday 28 April. Tickets for all shows are selling fast. Special guests, Texan genre-defiers Khruangbin, join Tame Impala on all dates.
Led by multi-instrumentalist Kevin Parker, Tame Impala have established themselves as one of Australia’s most astounding live acts. Their world-renowned, light-infused party of psychedelic euphoria impressing at prestigious headlining slots such as Coachella, Glastonbury, Primavera, and Splendour in the Grass.
With ‘The Slow Rush’, the first album in five years released this Friday 14th February (Universal), cover features in the current issues of Billboard, GQ Australia ,The Music and more, and rave reviews from critics around the world, Tame Impala is gearing up for their biggest year yet.
KHRUANGBIN return after last year’s in-demand Australian tour, which saw them add shows and upgrade venues. Last Friday saw the band release their shimmering new EP with fellow Texan Leon Bridges, Texas Sun. A mix of Thai-surf punk, Persian rock music, disco, and a whole lot more, their hypnotic live show is not to be missed.
One of the most exciting live shows of the year; don’t miss your chance to see the triumphant return of Tame Impala this April.