Dylan Joel, E^ST, Kilter & UV Boi فوق بنفسجي Named For All-Ages 'Tomorrow's People' Events

30 November 2015 | 4:40 pm | Staff Writer

Hitting Geelong, Melbourne, Ballarat, Byron and beyond this January

Underage music fans are in for a serious treat this January, when the newly announced Tomorrow's People touring concert gets under way in early 2016 with an A-list line-up of emerging Aussie artists set to hit stages all over the east coast including Dylan JoelE^STKilter and UV Boi فوق بنفسجي.

Designed with all-ages, alcohol-free entertainment in mind — and with a rotating line-up, to share the headline love in as democratic a manner as possible — the Tomorrow's People tour will kick off in Geelong, at Courthouse Youth Arts centre, on Friday 15 January, heading to Melbourne's Wrangler Studios the following evening. From there, the roadshow hits stages in Ballarat (17 January), Byron Bay (19 January), Brisbane (20 January), Wollongong (21 January) and the Central Coast (22 January), coming to a close in Sydney, at The Lair, with an afternoon/evening show on Saturday 23 January.

All four acts aboard the Tomorrow's People line-up are well placed to deliver cracking live sets: Dylan Joel has spent his year riding the wave of momentum afforded him by debut LP Authentic Lemonade; E^ST dropped her second EP, The Alley, back in September, and — at the age of 17 — is fast on the way to assuming a place at the forefront of the Aussie indie-pop scene; Kilter continues to impress with his electronic wizardry, having released sophomore extended-player Shades back in July; and UV Boi فوق بنفسجي has maintained the hype in his corner since nabbing a nomination for triple j's Unearthed artists of the year in 2014, the 19-year-old Brisbane prodigy continuing to hone his skills and genre-bending sounds ahead of his commitments for Tomorrow's People.

Whether you're young or just young at heart, Tomorrow's People promises to be a cavalcade of the stars of 2016 and beyond. Tickets are on sale now through a variety of outlets; see theGuide or check The Music App for more venue, date and booking information.

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