Flume Announces Massive Australian Tour

Published At: 18 May 2022 , 01:58 PM

After conquering festival stages across the world, Flume is returning to Australia for a massive run of Palaces shows across November and December.

Flume is one of Australia's biggest-ever selling international touring artists, having performed to hundreds of thousands of fans across the globe.

The tour kicks off at Perth's Red Hill Auditorium on the 11th of November, followed by Brisbane's Riverstage on the 16th, Sydney's The Dome on the 18th, Melbourne's John Cain Arena on the 24th, The Adelaide Entertainment Centre on the 30th, before closing the tour at the Regatta Grounds in Hobart on the 2nd of December. 

The Palaces World Tour will see Flume perform his first live dates Down Under since 2019, supporting his soon to be released record Palaces. 

The record sees him reconnecting with nature and collecting field recordings and is inspired by local wildlife. It features already released singles, including Sirens featuring Caroline Polachek and Say Nothing featuring MAY-A. 

As always, the whole bill is specially curated to fit the Palaces theme and features support acts including forward-thinking pop superstar Caroline Polachek, alternative hip hop, critically acclaimed artist Channel Tres, South Carolina musical mastermind Toro y Moi and long-time Flume collaborator Vera Blue.

Local artist MAY-A will also be joining Flume on stage for some rumoured special appearances.

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