Australian Tour Update

The Game returns through Metropolis Touring and Select Touring for theatre dates Feb. 23-27. 

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Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, Irvine, Calif.

Frontier Touring has Strokes guitarist Albert Hammond Jr. behind solo album Momentary Masters with four club dates Feb. 16-21 with a stop at the February 20 Mountain Sounds festival in Gosford, NSW.

After festival appearances in 2013 and 2014, A$AP Rocky returns for his first headlining tour thru Frontier Touring. It takes in five arena and club dates Feb. 17-28.

John Grant plays theatre shows in Melbourne (March 13) and Sydney (March 16), booked through Frontier Touring.

To coincide with his Jan. 23 slot at Melbourne’s Sugar Mountain festival, NYC-born rapper/producer Le1f does three club dates around the country Jan. 21-24.

Returning for the first time since opening for Kanye West’s Yeezus Tour, Pusha T does two clubs Jan. 6-7 for Live Nation.

Chugg Entertainment has Joanna Newsom returning for her fifth visit downunder, at three theatres Jan. 19-23.

A Tribe Called Red makes its Australian debut with 11 club and theatre stops Nov. 19 to Dec. 6.

Feel Presents has Built To Spill returning after five years for three clubs and a festival appearance March 10-13.

Feel Presents has the UK’s Buzzcocks extend their 40th anniversary celebrations with four Australian shows March 10-13 and four New Zealand clubs March 16-19, before returning to Australia for two more clubs March 22-23.