The Chemical Brothers Set To Tour Australia In Early 2024
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— 30 August 2023

The Chemical Brothers Set To Tour Australia In Early 2024

— 30 August 2023
Chris Singh
Chris Singh

Big beat EDM maestros, The Chemical Brothers, are set to tour Australia for the first time since 2019 with a full live show and support from beloved Aussie acts The Presets and Anna Lunoe.

Announcing three massive shows this morning, the duo comprised of Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons will perform from late February to early March 2024 in Brisbane, Sydney, as well as Geelong.

The Geelong show is by far the most interesting one on the schedule, given it’s part of the long-running A Day On The Green series hosted at Mt Duneed Estate. To my knowledge, this is the first time Australia has seen such a massive EDM act undertake a show at a winery.

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Brisbane is the first stop on the limited Australian tour, where The Chemical Brothers will set up their latest show at Riverstage on Tuesday, February 27th; Sydney follows with another big one at Sydney Showground on Thursday, February 29th (yes, it’s a leap year); before the tour wraps up at the aforementioned A Day On The Green on Saturday, March 2nd.

Their visit Down Under follows the imminent release of The Chemical Brothers’ tenth studio album For That Beautiful Feeling, which is due to arrive on September 8th. So far, the album has been previewed by singles such as ‘No Reason,’ ‘Live Again,’ and ‘Skipping Like A Stone’ — the latter featuring singer-songwriter Beck.

The Chemical Brothers have a long history of crafting some truly memorable live shows, reiterating their role in taking EDM from the club to the stadium during the 90s with tracks like ‘Hey Boy, Hey Girl,’ ‘Galvanize,’ ‘Block Rockin’ Beats,’ ‘Setting Sun,’ as well as ‘Star Guitar.’

The Chemical Brothers Australia Tour (2024)

Tuesday, February 27th — Riverstage (Brisbane)
Thursday, February 29th — Sydney Showground (Sydney)
Saturday, March 2nd — Mt Duneed Estate (Geelong)

For anyone who wants to get their hands on tickets before the general sale, take note of the following presales.

The Frontier Touring presale kicks off at 2 PM (AEST) on Wednesday, September 6th for Sydney and Brisbane shows; while an AAMI members’ presale for the Geelong show opens at 1 PM on Monday, September 4th.

A general sale for all dates begins at 1 PM (AEST) on Friday, September 8th.

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Chris Singh
Chris is a freelance Travel, Food, and Technology writer. He has had work published by The AU Review, Junkee Media and Australian Traveller Media and holds tertiary qualifications in Psychology and Sociology.


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