The hardest working band in Australia have announced their second national tour for 2023.
Perth-based indie-rock sensation DICE are bringing their revered alt-rock repertoire and a string of crowd-pleasers across Australia. This highly anticipated tour follows the success of their sold-out May-June tour in support of their sophomore EP, Time Will Tell.
Catch them when they head to Torquay Hotel for a show on September 28.
DICE Australian tour
- September 28 – Torquay Hotel, Torquay
- September 29 – The Croxton, Melbourne
- October 1 – Wanderer Festival, Merimbula
- October 5 – UC Hub, Canberra
- October 6 – The Zoo, Brisbane
- October 7 – Solbar, Sunshine Coast
- October 13 – Crowbar, Sydney
- October 14 – Yours & Owls, Wollongong
- November 4 – Lion Arts Factory, Adelaide
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“We’re super stoked to be heading back to the East Coast for the second time this year!” DICE says of the tour. “The venues are bigger, and the energy we are going to bring is going to match that. The crowd’s singalongs and enthusiasm to every song last tour has had us itching to get back on the road from the moment we landed back in Perth.”
Fans will have the opportunity to witness the magic of DICE in all major Australian cities, along with some regional stops along the way. They’ll bring their signature warm-toned vocals, shimmering songwriting, and vivacious instrumentation nationwide.
Additionally, the band is set to head to Wanderer Festival in Merimbula and Yours & Owls in Wollongong in between solo shows during their tour.
To coincide with the tour announcement, DICE has revealed the highly anticipated music video for their hit single Stockholm. Directed by the visionary Michael Tartaglia, the video explores the concept of Stockholm syndrome, interweaving the experience of being trapped with the liberation that comes from breaking free from societal conformity.
With their remarkable success in 2023, DICE has achieved career milestones and garnered numerous accolades. Sold-out tours, nationwide radio support, and prominent playlist placements across digital streaming platforms have solidified their status as one of Australia’s most sought-after alt-rock acts.
Catch them at Torquay Hotel on September 28. Grab tickets by heading here.