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Polaris 

The Australis Tour 

TICKETING INFORMATION

June/July 2024

ALL TIX: $59.90 - $69.90   

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With Ocean Grove, Bloom^ & Inertia*

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POLARIS are primed to return to Australian stages, today announcing a massive regional tour this June and July alongside special guests OCEAN GROVE and BLOOM.
 

“We’re super excited to be heading back out to Regional parts of Australia this June / July. 
It’s been quite a few years since we’ve been to some of these places and we’re visiting some new towns also which is going to be really nice. 
I feel very lucky to be able to visit so many different areas of our beautiful country and I love being able to play our music to people that don't often get tours coming through their towns.” Jamie Hails, Polaris

Fear and its potent ability to divide and unite us beats at the core of POLARIS’s third album Fatalism, with the 2023 full length debuting at #1 on the ARIA Charts, and also garnering nominations for Australian Album of the Year at the 2023 J Awards and for the 2023 Australian Music Prize. Steeped in angst alongside underlying catharsis, Fatalism organically builds on the bleak imagery and hard-hitting soundscapes permeating Polaris’s previous release, 2020’s The Death of Me, while also galvanizing the Sydney five-piece’s trademark blend of melodic metalcore, lush post rock, electronic flourishes and beyond.
 
POLARIS had already firmly established their place as a fixture in the Australian heavy landscape via their first two albums, 2020’s ARIA Award-nominated The Death Of Me and 2017’s The Mortal Coil, which debuted in the Australian Top 10. Having been awarded a laundry list of accolades along with sold-out headline tours of Australia and previous tours across the globe, including headlining iconic Australian venues such as Fortitude Music Hall, Hordern Pavilion & Margaret Court Arena in September 2023 on their Fatalism album tour.

2024 will also see POLARIS appearing at multiple international festivals and supporting Beartooth for an epic Europe and UK tour starting in October.

Aussie fusion mavericks OCEAN GROVE are no strangers to merging rock, metal, grunge, hip-hop, Brit-pop influences and beyond, pioneering their own signature genre: Oddworld Music. Hailing from Melbourne, OCEAN GROVE released their third full-length album Up In The Air Forever in 2022 to critical acclaim, and have since been on a global assault, bringing their dynamic live show to audiences around the world. Recently appearing at Alpha Wolf's curated CVLTFEST earlier this year, OCEAN GROVE also supported Don Broco across the UK in late 2023.

Sydney metalcore outfit BLOOM combine ferocity and impassioned lyricism, with their immersive catalogue centered on grief, love and exile. Releasing their brand new album Maybe In Another Life earlier this year, BLOOM flexed surging rhythms and memorable hooks, unforgettably snapshotting the group's burgeoning strengths that has also led them to national tours supporting the likes of Thornhill, Holding Absence, While She Sleeps, ERRA, Ocean Grove and Bad Omens.

With 22 dates locked and loaded across regional Australia this June and July, do not miss this all-Aussie heavy assault!

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