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Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age photo by Ros O'Gorman

Queens of the Stone Age Add Australian Dates Around Splendour

by Noise11.com on April 7, 2017

in News

Queens of the Stone Age will play additional Australian and New Zealand shows when they head out for Splendour In The Grass.

Queens of the Stone Age’s current line-up is founding member/frontman Josh Homme (guitar/vocals), with Troy Van Leeuwen (guitar), Dean Fertita (guitar/keys), Jon Theodore (drums/percussion), and MichaelShuman (bass).

QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE – JULY 2017
Presented By Frontier Touring
+ Special Guests To Be Announced

Thursday 13 July – Logan Campbell, Auckland NZ (18+)
Sunday 16 July – Convention Centre, Darwin NT (All Ages)
Wednesday 19 July – Horden Pavilion, Sydney NSW (All Ages)
Thursday 20 July – Festival Hall, Melbourne VIC (All Ages)

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