WAAX announce ‘Big Grief’ 2020 national tour

The 'Big Grief' tour kicks off in late March

Brisbane band WAAX have today (February 13) announced an extensive national run across Australia, their first since August last year.

The Queensland natives are set to kick off their massive 12-date tour on March 28 in Fremantle, prior to their recently announced appearance at this year’s Groovin The Moo festival.

The forthcoming tour features the biggest headlining shows of the band’s career thus far, including shows at Sydney’s Metro Theatre, Melbourne’s Croxton Bandroom and at The Tivoli in the band’s hometown of Brisbane. Check out the full list of dates below.

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The tour is in support of WAAX’s debut album, ‘Big Grief’, which was released in August of 2019. It debuted at number 11 on the ARIA Albums Chart, and also scored rotation as triple j’s Feature Album the week of its release.

Joining the band for these dates will be fellow Brisbane band Bugs, who released their second studio album ‘Self Help’ in 2019.

Pre-sale for tickets starts this Friday (February 14) at 9am local time via the band’s official website, with general sales opening next Monday (February 17).

WAAX’s ‘Big Grief’ Australian tour dates are:

Fremantle, Rock Rover (March 28)
Fremantle, Mojo’s Bar (29)
Sydney, Metro Theatre (April 3)
Dee Why, Northern Beaches PCYC (4)
Chelsea Heights, Chelsea Heights Hotel (9)
Geelong, Barwon Club (10)
Melbourne, Croxton Bandroom (11)
Maroochydore, Solbar (16)
Brisbane, The Tivoli (17)
Kingscliff, Beach Hotel (18)
Hobart, UniBar (May 1)
Byron Bay, The Northern (7)

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Also appearing at Groovin The Moo 2020

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