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Belvedere Announce Debut Australian Tour For 2024 With The Decline

Canadian skate punk legends Belvedere are gearing up for their first-ever Australian tour in May. Since their formation in 1995, the band has churned out seven studio albums, earning them a dedicated fan base worldwide.

The tour kicks off at Gold Coast’s Vinnies on Wednesday, May 22nd, before heading to Newcastle’s Hamilton Station Hotel on Sunday, May 26th, and wrapping up at Melbourne’s The Tote on Saturday, June 1st.

Joining them on this epic tour are West Australian punks, The Decline, embarking on their first full tour since October 2019. Fresh off the success of their 2023 release, “Magical Misery Tour,” The Decline promises to deliver their signature skate punk sound that has captivated audiences both nationally and internationally.

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This tour marks a milestone for both bands. For Belvedere, it’s their inaugural trip to Australia, while for The Decline, it’s their first full east coast tour since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic. The timing couldn’t be better, coinciding with the release of their acclaimed album, “Magical Misery Tour,” last year.

Belvedere’s latest album, “Hindsight is the Sixth Sense,” which was released in 2021, received high praise, hailed as a “masterpiece” and their “best work to date.” With their electrifying style of punk, honed through years of touring across North America and Europe, the band is set to ignite stages along Australia’s east coast.

The tickets for the tour have not been announced yet. Please stay updated with Music Feeds for the latest updates and announcements.

Belvedere & The Decline Australian Tour

  • Wednesday, 22nd May – Vinnies, Gold Coast
  • Thursday, 23rd May – Stranded Bar, Brisbane
  • Friday, 24th May – La La Las, Wollongong
  • Saturday, 25th May – Marrickville Bowlo, Sydney
  • Sunday, 26th May – Hamilton Station Hotel, Newcastle
  • Wednesday, 29th May – The Basement, Canberra
  • Friday, 31st May – Crown & Anchor, Adelaide
  • Saturday, 1st June – The Tote, Melbourne

Tickets to be announced soon via their official website

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