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Queens of the Stone Age return down under

Posted April 7, 2017, 9:12 p.m. in Tours by T
Queens of the Stone Age return down under

Queens Of The Stone Age will return to Australia and New Zealand in July 2017, performing four visceral headline shows, apart from their Splendour in the Grass headline appearance.


QOTSA will kick off their tour at Auckland’s Logan Campbell on Thursday 13th July. They’ll play Sydney’s Hordern Pavilion on Wednesday 19th July, and Melbourne’s Festival Hall on Thursday 20th July.


And that’s not all. Being no stranger to Australia, Homme declared it his home away from home, and having a history playing off the beaten track locations, QOTSA will descend upon the Northern Territory and bring their end-of-the-world grooves to the Top End for the very first time -- ever, performing at Darwin’s Convention Centre on Sunday 16th July. 


General public tickets to all shows will go on sale Wednesday 12 April.

For more info and details peep here.

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