Saturday 2nd July 2022
Brad Cox is thrilled to announce his first full band headline tour in 2 years, and the first since the release of his ARIA and Golden Guitar nominated sophomore record My Mind’s Projection. Brad and his band will be touring in support of his brand new single “What Brought You Back’ (Out April 8) which is described by Brad as a “a classic breakup song, written in an afternoon in Nashville with the homies Phil Barton & Dave Thompson."
Jungle - Splendour Sideshow
Wednesday 20th July 2022
Missed out on Splendour tickets? Don’t worry, Splendour’s Official Sideshows of 2022 are finally here. Jungle’s Mercury Prize-nominated, Gold-certified debut and 2018’s follow-up ‘For Ever’ both entered the UK Top 10 and have since amassed close to a billion streams.
UB40 feat. Ali Campbell
Friday 30th September 2022
Hobart City Hall
Formed in 1979, UB40 helped define reggae music for a generation. The ground-breaking reggae troupe topped the UK singles chart on three occasions, earned multiple Grammy nominations and sold over 70 million records as they took their smooth yet rootsy musical blend to all corners of the globe.
The Butterfly Effect
Sunday 09th October 2022
Set to christen a brand new album on the road for the first time in over a decade, which draws inspiration from the likes of Faith No More, Deftones, Jeff Buckley and Gojira to name a mere few, the impending IV tour is set to gift unforgettable moments for both fans and The Butterfly Effect themselves.
Rescheduled Spiderbait - Key of J Tour
Saturday 15th October 2022
Due to a medical emergency of a band member’s immediate family, the Tasmanian leg of Spiderbait’s national tour is being rescheduled. As Albert Hall will be undergoing renovations in the coming months, unfortunately Spiderbait will not be able to make it to Launceston. Spiderbait will now bring their tour to the Hobart Uni Bar on Saturday 15th October.
Saturday 29th October 2022
After conquering the world, Vance Joy is coming home for The Long Way Home Tour. It will be an unforgettable homecoming for one of Australia’s favourite artists, whose hits – including Riptide, Mess is Mine, Fire and the Flood, We're Going Home and his latest smash, Missing Piece – have been streamed more than 3.2 billion times around the world.
Friday 2nd December 2022
He’s conquered festival stages across the globe: Reading and Leeds, Coachella, Supersonic, Outside Lands, Splendour in the Grass, Lollapalooza and many more. As one of Australia’s biggest-selling international touring artists, hundreds of thousands of fans worldwide have witnessed his epic, sensational stadium headline shows. Now, Flume will bring his ‘Palaces’ World Tour to Hobart.