Allday, The Chats, Thelma Plum and more announced for huge concert series across regional Victoria
03.08.2021

Allday, The Chats, Thelma Plum and more announced for huge concert series across regional Victoria

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Youth music organisation The Push bring back the 'All-Ages Tour'

Australia’s iconic youth music organisation The Push are helping to inject life back into the Victorian music community with the return of their massive regional concert series, ‘All-Ages Tour’.

The key takeaways

  • The Push announce huge regional concert series, ‘All-Ages Tour’
  • The tour will see Alex Lahey, Alice Ivy, Alice Skye, Allday, The Chats, plus more, perform at regional towns across Victoria
  • Tickets are capped at $20 and go on sale Friday, August 6

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Taking in the sights and scenery throughout 20 regional and outer-suburban locations across Victoria this September and October, the huge tour will bring thousands of young music fans to locations across the state, in what is hotly tipped to be some of the biggest and best all-ages events in recent memory with tickets capped at just $20.

Kicking off on Friday, September 17 in Shepparton, the tour will hit up locations including the likes of Broadford, Ballarat, Inverloch, Wodonga, Mornington, Healesville, Warrnambool and Hoppers Crossing, with many more stops in between across seven spring weekends.

Bringing talent to Victorian towns that wouldn’t usually get to enjoy quality live music, the ​exciting all-ages, fully supervised, drug, alcohol and smoke-free event will feature the likes of Alex Lahey, Alice Ivy, Alice Skye, Allday, The Chats, Dallas Woods, JK-47, KIAN, Mallrat, MLBRN, Ninajirachi, The Smith Street Band, Sycco, Thelma Plum and Teenage Joans, providing an all-ages experience like never before.

It’s definitely one for the music fans, especially after the success of the 2019 tour that saw Ruby Fields and Baker Boy take to sold-out stages across regional Victoria. Supported by the Victorian Government, each of the 20 events are being staged by teams of local young people, as a part of the Victorian Government FReeZA program – a youth development initiative that provides young people with industry skills and experiences in staging events in their local communities.

The Push All-Ages Tour 2021

Friday 17 September | Alice Ivy + KIAN | Shepparton
Sunday 19 September | Alice Ivy + MLBRN | Cardinia
Friday 24 September | Allday + JK-47 | Broadford
Saturday 25 September | Allday + JK-47 | Ballarat
Sunday 26 September | Allday + JK-47 | Goroke
Friday 1 October | Mallrat + Ninajirachi | Warracknabeal
Saturday 2 October | Mallrat + Ninajirachi | Diamond Creek
Sunday 3 October | Mallrat + Ninajirachi | Inverloch
Friday 8 October | Sycco + Alice Skye | Wodonga
Saturday 9 October | Sycco + Alice Skye | Bruthen
Sunday 10 October | Sycco + Alice Skye | Mornington
Friday 15 October | The Chats + Teenage Joans | Swan Hill
Saturday 16 October | The Chats + Teenage Joans | North Wangaratta
Sunday 17 October | The Chats + Teenage Joans | Healesville
Friday 22 October | Thelma Plum + Dallas Woods | Strathdale
Saturday 23 October | Thelma Plum + Dallas Woods | Sunbury
Sunday 24 October | Thelma Plum + Dallas Woods | Stratford
Friday 29 October | The Smith Street Band + Alex Lahey | Warrnambool
Saturday 30 October | The Smith Street Band + Alex Lahey | Stawell
Sunday 31 October | The Smith Street Band + Alex Lahey | Hoppers Crossing

Tickets on sale 10am Friday 6 August through Moshtix. Visit thepush.com.au to register for pre-sale tickets and find out more details.