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Badflower 

Australian Tour August 2024     

TICKETING INFORMATION

ALL TIX: $69.90

Debut AU Tour - with Bad Neighbour (AU) and VANA (NZ)  

VIP: $159.90

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Local support

Adelaide: MADURA GREEN

Melbourne: VERMONT

Melbourne: AMONG THE RESTLESS

Sydney: AZURE

Brisbane: THE LOCAL ROMANCE

Wellington: RETRO VALLEY

Auckland: RETRO VALLEY

Los Angeles-bred and Nashville-based quartet Badflower are venturing down under in August, marking Australia’s first chance to catch these alt-rock icons live on stage. The band are set to deliver shows with just the right amount of intensity in Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Auckland.

Badflower said “It’s a dream come true to finally play the stages down under. It’s long overdue and we can’t wait to explore Australia!" 

With tracks like “Ghost” and “Heroin” soundtracking the lives of countless fans, the band are world renowned for their alternative anthems. Not ones to toe the line or shy away from the uncomfortable, from raw confessions to unbridled chaos, Badflower put blood, sweat and tears into everything they record.

 

After forming in Los Angeles in 2014. Badflower dropped two EPs before sending shockwaves throughout rock with their 2019 full-length debut, OK, I’M SICK. Loudwire hailed it among the “50 Best Rock Albums of 2019”, multiple tracks vaulted to No.1 at Rock Radio, and Badflower garnered acclaim across the industry from outlets like Nylon and Alternative Press. Performing on the Late Late show with James Corden and sharing bills with the likes of Cage the Elephant, Ghost, Soundgarden and many more, the band have now gathered 100 million streams and counting.

The band packed up and moved to Nashville in 2020 to record their highly anticipated sophomore album This Is How The World Ends. Embracing a raw and spontaneous recording style, the album touches on dark topics to give solace to the world in a time of need. The album serves as a testament to the band’s self-proclaimed obsession with creating a legacy that outlives them.

Whether you’re a die-hard fan from the beginning or a newcomer, don’t miss your chance to catch Badflower for their Australian debut.

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