NICK OLIVERI Death Acoustic 2017 Australian Tour CANBERRA Tickets
8:00pm, Fri 24 March, 2017
Transit Bar, ACT
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NICK OLIVERI COMES TO CANBERRA!
Modern Rock'n'Roll icon Nick Oliveri returns to Australia this March/April, appearing at a host of major cities around the country for the Mojo Burning Festival and subsequent sideshows in a move that is sure to excite a legion of fans established over the last three decades.
The veteran performer, who has donned the bass and songwriting pen for such iconic acts as Queens of the Stone Age, Kyuss, The Dwarves, Mondo Generator and worked with the likes of Mark Lanegan, Turbonegro, Desert Sessions and more, will bring his solo Death Acoustic tour down under for the first time since 2010, taking the stage at TRANSIT BAR on Friday March 24.
Known for often playing naked on stage, Oliveri is keen to come to Australia again saying "I told you i'd back for a sing along! Australia... the best crowds, the best beer, Rose Tattoo, AC/DC, Hard-Ons, TumbleWeed... Whats not to love?! Can't wait to hang with all me mates!"
No stranger to controversy, Nick's live show will be packed with hits and good times on the back of latest vinyl effort N.O Hits At All Vol. 1 (Heavy Psych Sounds) due for release January 27. Along for the ride are Blue Sky Circus, Signs and Symbols and Renegade Peacock
MOJO BURNING AND YOUNG HENRYS PRESENTS
Nick Oliveri 'N.O Hits At All' Death Acoustic 2017 Australian Tour - CANBERRA
Friday March 24 - TRANSIT BAR
with Blue Sky Circus, Signs and Symbols and Renegade Peacock
Additional Tour Dates:
Thursday Mar 23 SYDNEY Frankies Pizza By the Slice
Saturday Mar 25 BRISBANE Mojo Burning Festival
Sunday Mar 26 PORT MACQUARIE Pier on Clarence
Wednesday Mar 29 MELBOURNE Cherry Bar
Thursday Mar 30 FRANKSTON Pelly Bar at Pier
Friday Apr 01 ADELAIDE The Producers Bar
Sunday Apr 02 PERTH Rosemount Hotel
For more information on the tour or for interview request please email Christian at email@example.com. Proudly sponsored by Mojo Burning, Beats Cartel and Young Henrys.