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San Cisco Announce First Part Of ‘Under The Light’ Regional Tour

Australian indie-pop band San Cisco has excited fans with the announcement of the First Part of their “Under the Light” regional tour. The tour, set to commence in April, promises to bring their catchy tunes and vibrant energy to various regional towns across Australia.

The tour will begin at Cairns’ Gilligans on Tuesday, 9th May, followed by Ipswich’s Racecourse Hotel on Saturday, 18th May, and will conclude at Ulladula’s Marlin Hotel.

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The band, known for hits like “Awkward” and “Too Much Time Together,” aims to connect with audiences in smaller, regional areas, providing them with an opportunity to experience live music up close.

San Cisco’s decision to embark on a regional tour highlights its dedication to reaching fans outside of major cities, ensuring that audiences across Australia have the chance to enjoy their music live.

The band could announce additional dates and locations soon, promising fans in other regional areas a chance to catch their live performances as well.

The tickets are on sale now, the excitement is building for what promises to be an unforgettable musical experience for regional communities across Australia.

San Cisco Australian Tour 2024

  • Thursday, 9th May – Cairns, Gilligans
  • Friday, 10th May – Garbutt, Dalrymple Hotel
  • Saturday, 11th May – Airlie Beach, Magnums
  • Sunday, 12th May – Mackay, Metropolitan Hotel
  • Wednesday, 15th May – Rockhampton, Flamingos
  • Thursday, 16th May – Gladstone, Harvey Road Tavern
  • Friday, 17th May – Birtinya, The Station
  • Saturday, 18th May – Ipswich, Racehorse Hotel
  • Thursday, 23rd May – Newcastle, King Street
  • Friday, 24th May – Wollongong, Uni Bar
  • Saturday, 25th May – Ulladulla, Marlin Hotel

Tickets via here.

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