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Steve Kilbey Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Steve Kilbey Photo By Ros O'Gorman

The Church Head Out For Classic Album Tour At Christmas

by Andrew Tijs on December 6, 2011

in Live,News

Indie pop legends The Church kick off their Christmas tour, playing three classic albums in full around the country.

Steve Kilbey Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Steve Kilbey Photo By Ros O'Gorman

The band have had an amazing run since their 30th anniversary last year, with a US tour and an induction into the ARIA Hall Of Fame.

In April this year they performed a ‘Psychedelic Symphony’ show at the Sydney Opera House with a 70-piece orchestra.

Now they’re ramping up for more special shows around the festive season, playing three of their albums in full from each decade of their career.

The ‘Future Past Perfect’ tour sees the band perform Untitled #23, Priest=Aura and their landmark album Starfish.

They kick off this Sunday in Wollongong and go until the Melbourne Forum show Friday 30 December, with a newly added Brisbane date.

The Church ‘Future Past Perfect Tour’
Sunday 11 December – Waves Wollongong
Saturday 17 December – The Enmore Theatre, Sydney
Friday 23 December – The Powerhouse, Brisbane
Saturday 24 December – The Powerhouse, Brisbane
Thursday 29 December – Norwood Concert Hall, Adelaide
Friday 30 December – The Forum, Melbourne

 

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