The Living End Add Even More Shows To Their Retrospective Tour -
The Living End. Photo by Ros O'Gorman.

The Living End. Photo by Ros O'Gorman.

The Living End Add Even More Shows To Their Retrospective Tour

by Andrew Tijs on September 10, 2012

in Live,News

It’s getting ridiculous. Due to demand, The Living End have added another two Melbourne shows to their mammoth retrospective tour.

The Living End. Photo by Ros O'Gorman.

The Living End. Photo by Ros O'Gorman.

The Living End announced an unprecedented tour in July, booking a week’s worth of shows in every Australian capital city, playing each of their albums in its entirety.

The week-long Big Red tickets sold out in Sydney almost immediately so they added more, and the Melbourne ‘Roll On’ show tickets sold out in a day. All Melbourne shows are now sold out, with tickets around the nation going fast or having sold out already.

So, the band have added another ‘Roll On’ show for Melbourne, as well as their first under-18 Melbourne show in six years.

The extra ‘Roll On’ show is scheduled for Thursday 20 December, and the under-18 daytime show will be on Saturday 22 December where they’ll play their self-titled debut in full. Both shows are at the Corner Hotel, and they’re both on sale now from the venue and OzTix.

These are the very final shows to be announced for this jaw-dropping tour, so get in quick, it’s your last chance.



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