Something For Kate have been forced to reschedule their national headline tour, with the trio announcing dates will now commence in March 2022.
In a statement released today (October 28), the tour, which was originally scheduled to begin last month, has been postponed due to COVID restrictions and continued border closures between states.
The run of shows will mark Something For Kate’s first tour in nearly five years when it kicks off in Melbourne next March. Updated tour dates can be found below.
Tickets for the original shows will remain valid at the new dates, however, patrons unable to attend the new shows will be eligible for a refund at their point of purchase.
The band will go ahead with the original itinerary, performing two sets on each date of their tour and showcasing their seminal 2001 album ‘Echolalia’ in full to celebrate two decades since its release. A 20th anniversary vinyl reissue arrived last month.
They were also marked to perform a second set each night featuring hits from latest album ‘The Modern Medieval’ – their first in eight years – along with rarities and fan favourites.
‘We’ve been unable to tour ‘The Modern Medieval’ since its release last year and along with ‘Echolalia’ turning 20 this year, we wanted to find a way to celebrate both albums so we decided to play two sets a night. We’ll be our own support band!” the trio said upon the tour’s original announcement.
“One set will feature ‘Echolalia’ in full and the other set will be made up of songs from ‘The Modern Medieval’ plus a mix of other favourites. This will be a rare and unique Something For Kate tour. We can’t wait for these very special shows.”
Something For Kate’s ‘Echolalia x The Modern Medieval’ 2022 tour dates are:
Thursday 3 – Perth, Astor Theatre
Friday 4 – Adelaide, Thebarton Theatre
Tuesday 8 – Melbourne, The Forum
Wednesday 9 – Melbourne, The Forum
Saturday 12 – Brisbane, Fortitude Music Hall
Sunday 13 – Brisbane, Fortitude Music Hall
Wednesday 23 – Melbourne, The Forum
Thursday 24 – Melbourne, The Forum
Saturday 9 – Sydney, Enmore Theatre