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James Murphy, LCD Soundsystem - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

James Murphy, LCD Soundsystem - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

LCD Soundsystem To Play Australian and New Zealand Dates In February

by Paul Cashmere on November 22, 2017

in News

LCD Soundsystem will be back in Australia and New Zealand for shows in 2018.

The Feb shows will see the Brooklyn act back in Australia in less than a year. They last performed in Australia in July.

Nick Murphy, the artist formerly known as Chert Faker will open for all shows.

LCD Soundsystem dates

Monday 12 February HBF Stadium | Perth, WA
Thursday 15 February Sidney Myer Music Bowl | Melbourne, VIC
Friday 16 February Hordern Pavilion | Sydney, NSW
Wednesday 21 February Riverstage | Brisbane, QLD
Saturday 24 February Spark Arena | Auckland, NZ

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