Teenage Dads Announce Their Largest-Ever Australian Tour

27 February 2024 | 9:20 am | Mary Varvaris

This Thursday, Teenage Dads will unveil their latest single, 'Weaponz' – a song fans might have heard if they’ve seen the band perform lately.

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Last year’s Michael Gudinski Breakthrough Artist Of The Year ARIA Award winners, Teenage Dads, have announced their largest-ever Australian tour.

Following impressive slots at Tasmania’s Party In The Paddock and nationwide gigs at Laneway Festival, the Mornington Peninsula band have been on an upward trajectory that’s led to their biggest dates in Australia and New Zealand this August and September.

Touring alongside Melbourne singer-songwriter Phoebe Go and Adelaide rising star Aleksiah, the tour begins on Friday, 23 August, at Brisbane’s The Tivoli. From there, Teenage Dads head to Sydney’s Enmore Theatre, Perth’s Astor Theatre, and The Gov in Adelaide and host an under-18 matinee show at Melbourne’s Max Watts.

From there, the band trek to New Zealand for a run of shows in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. They then return to Australia for a concert at Hobart Uni, Tasmania, and cap off the tour with an 18+ celebration at Melbourne’s Forum. You can find all the tour dates below.

Pre-sale tickets to Teenage Dads’ upcoming Australian tour go on sale today at noon (AEDT) via the band’s website. The general sale via the Teenage Dads website opens tomorrow at 9 am AEDT.

In 2023, Teenage Dads performed more than 94 concerts globally across ten countries and three continents, including multiple sold-out headline shows in Australia (and over 10,000 tickets sold nationally). Upon release, their 2023 EP, Midnight Driving, debuted at #2 on the ARIA Albums Chart.

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This Thursday, Teenage Dads will unveil their latest single, Weaponz – a song fans might have heard if they’ve seen the band perform lately.



with special guests *Phoebe Go and ^Aleksiah

Friday 23 August - The Tivoli, Brisbane*^

Saturday 24 August - Enmore Theatre, Sydney*^

Friday 30 August - Astor Theatre, Perth^

Saturday 31 August - The Gov, Adelaide*^

Sunday 1 September - Max Watts, Melbourne (U18 SHOW)*^

Friday 6 September - Galatos, Auckland

Saturday 7 September - Moon, Wellington

Sunday 8 September - The Church, Christchurch

Friday 13 September - Hobart Uni, Tasmania*^

Saturday 14 September - Forum, Melbourne*^