Bell X1 to tour Australia for the very first time this July
Australians will be welcoming the acclaimed trio from Dublin for 4 shows only. Their sixth album “Chop Chop” was released last year, and their recent live performances have been described as a “communal, uplifting experience” from a band “at the height of their songwriting powers.” – Hot Press.
Bell X1 was formed out of another band, Juniper, led by Damien Rice. When Damien went solo, Paul Noonan became the songwriter and the band went on to become known as “a brilliant co-mingling of electronic music and anthemic pop rock”.
3 July – Hi Fi, MELBOURNE
4 July – The Zoo, BRISBANE
5 July – Hi Fi, SYDNEY
6 July – Capitol, PERTH
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Damien Dempsey to tour Australia & NZ for a run of headline shows and festival appearances
“The greatest Irish singer of his generation” – The Guardian
Damien Dempsey has announced he will return to Australia & tour NZ for the very first time in March to undertake national tours and festival appearances to celebrate the launch of his upcoming album “It’s All Good – The Best of Damien Dempsey”, a celebration of his career to date which encompasses six top 10 studio albums over 15 years.
7 – 10 March – Port Fairy Folk Festival, VIC
13 March – Mick O’Malley’s Irish Pub, BRISBANE troubadour-music.com
14 March – Prince Bandroom, MELBOURNE princebandroom.com.au
16 March – Metro Theatre, SYDNEY ticketek.com.au Supported by Lisa O’Neill, Sásta and Mick McHugh
17 March – Capitol, PERTH amplifiercapitol.com.au
22 March – San Francisco Bath House, WELLINGTON eventfinder.co.nz
27 March – Dux Live, CHRISTCHURCH eventfinder.co.nz
28 March – Maori Hill Coronation Hall, DUNEDIN eventfinder.co.nz
29 March – Jax Munster Inn, AUCKLAND eventfinder.co.nz
11 – 12 April – The Gum Ball Music Festival, NSW
17 – 21 April – National Folk Festival, ACT