The extra dates are wedged between Bloc Party's November co-headline dates with Interpol.
Not content to only play shows with Interpol on the east coast, Bloc Party have announced additional solo headline dates in Perth, Adelaide and Hobart, ensuring that more fans across the country can see one of Britain’s finest rock acts.
The extra dates are wedged between their co-headline dates with Interpol, taking place on Friday, 10 November, at Perth’s Red Hill Auditorium, Sunday, 12 November, at Adelaide’s Hindley Street Music Hall, and Tuesday, 14 November, at Hobart’s Odeon Theatre.
Bloc Party’s upcoming Australian tour dates signal the band’s return after five long years. Seeing Bloc Party means reliving your early 2000s dreams, like screaming along to Silent Alarm and A Weekend In The City, as well as Intimacy and their 2022 release, Alpha Games.
You’ll also experience some new tunes, with the band dropping their new EP, The High Life, tomorrow.
In a statement about their co-headline tour with Interpol, Bloc Party vocalist Kele Okereke said, “The histories of Bloc Party and Interpol are intertwined at various stages of our careers. It made perfect sense to us to solidify that by playing some massive shows together in one of our favourite countries on earth. We can’t wait to get back to Australia in November.”
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Bloc Party played their seminal 2005 debut album, Silent Alarm, in its entirety the last time they were in Australia, with The Music’s Luke Dassaklis declaring that “Each song brought more and more energy, building the Hordern up to a loud and thrilling crescendo.”
Friday 10 November 2023 – Red Hill Auditorium, Perth, WA
Sunday 12 November 2023 – Hindley Street Music Hall, Adelaide, SA
Tuesday 14 November 2023 – Odeon Theatre, Hobart, TAS
Thursday 16 November – Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne, VIC
Saturday 18 November – Hordern Pavilion, Sydney, NSW
Wednesday 22 November – Riverstage, Brisbane, QLD