No further dates will be added, so this is your last chance to score tickets for Suicidal Tendencies in Australia.
Suicidal Tendencies have added three extra shows to their upcoming 40th anniversary November Australian tour after the already-announced dates were met with phenomenal demand.
Three concerts are already sold out, with the festival they’re headlining, Adelaide’s Froth & Fury, down to limited tickets.
New How Will I Thrash Tomorrow, If I Can't Even Get Cyco Today shows are heading for Melbourne and Queensland.
Suicidal Tendencies will perform their 1983 debut album in its entirety at Melbourne’s Corner Hotel and two exclusive thrash sets at the Coolangatta Hotel on Friday, 10 November, and again on Sunday, 12 November, at the Kings Beach Tavern on the Sunshine Coast.
According to a press release, no further dates will be added to this tour, so this is your last chance to score tickets for Suicidal Tendencies in Australia. You can find tickets on the band’s website.
Suicidal Tendencies last visited Australia in March 2018 as part of Download Festival and played five sideshows on their Get Your Fight On! tour.
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Spearheaded by founding member Mike Muir, the 2023 Suicidal Tendencies line-up is something of a supergroup, comprising Ben Weinman (The Dillinger Escape Plan, Better Lovers), Dean Pleasants, Tye Trujillo (son of the one and only Robert Trujillo, who previously enjoyed a stint in the band), and newest member, drummer Greyson Nekrutman.
You can find all the dates for the band’s Still Cyco Punk After All These Years tour below.
Suicidal Tendencies’ Australian tour now begins on 10 November. At Froth And Fury, Suicidal Tendencies will be joined by fellow co-headliners The Butterfly Effect, Sunk Loto playing Between Birth & Death in its entirety, RedHook, Alien Weaponry, Caligula’s Horse, Lagerstein, Mirrors, and many more.
The festival’s recent additions include local legends Windwaker, Reliqa and Ocean Grove and Germany’s Beyond The Black for their first-ever Australian show.
Friday, 10 November: Coolangatta Hotel, Gold Coast
Saturday, 11 November: The Triffid, Brisbane SOLD OUT
Sunday, 12 November: King's Beach Tavern, Sunshine Coast
Tuesday, 14 November: Corner Hotel, Melbourne
Thursday, 16 November: The Metro Theatre, Sydney SOLD OUT
Friday, 17 November: Croxton Bandroom, Melbourne SOLD OUT
Saturday, 18 November: Froth and Fury Festival, Adelaide LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE
Tickets to Froth & Fury festival are available here.