Yellowcard announce Australian tour

Yellowcard will return to Australia to play three special springtime shows in September. The band will hit Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney and treat fans to hits such as "Ocean Avenue", "Only One", "Hang You Up", "Lights and Sounds" and "Sing For Me".

In March 2011 the band released their first album for Hopeless Records, "When You’re Through Thinking, Say Yes", and are now preparing for the Summer 2012 release of their next, as yet unnamed, eighth studio album to be released in Australia.

Since the release of "When You’re Through Thinking, Say Yes" several successful worldwide tours have proven that the band are really back for their fans and more entertaining and engaging than ever.

From the band:

“Australia! It has been 5 years since we played headlining shows on your giant, amazing island and for that, we do apologize. Perhaps we will be forgiven when we come back in September this year?! We will be playing all three shows with Heroes For Hire, and will have Nine Sons Of Dan in Brisbane, For Our Hero in Melbourne, and The Never Ever in Sydney. It has been too long, friends. Keep checking for the ticket info and dates. See you in September!”

Joining Yellowcard on these dates will be Sydney punk favourites Heroes For Hire. No stranger to the touring van, Heroes have kicked off 2012 with a bang; touring nationally on the Soundwave Festival and announcing plans for their third album which will be recorded with Steve Klein from New Found Glory.

Don’t miss the chance to see Yellowcard and Heroes For Hire as they hit Australia for three very special dates.

Tickets are on sale Friday 18 May, from 9:00am.

Tuesday September 18 – The Tivoli, Brisbane – 18
w/ Nine Sons Of Dan
Tickets available from 132 849

Friday September 21 – The Hi-Fi Melbourne, Melbourne – 18
w/ For Our Hero
Tickets available from 1300 438 849

Saturday September 22 – UNSW Roundhouse, Sydney – Lic/AA
w/ The Never Ever
Tickets available from 132 849

4 Responses to “Yellowcard announce Australian tour”

  1. auzziewizard auzziewizard

    obvious support, but good that HFH got it.

    $60 doesnt seem too overly expensive imo

    18+ in melbs/brissy is weird, but I guess all their ‘hits’ were released when 18+’s were under age-ish

  2. Mush

    yeah it pisses me off that brisbane is 18+, but the tiovli is becoming more of an 18+ venue so it doesn’t really surprise me, when 3 or 4 years ago most shows were all ages.

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