The Waifs will now head to Queenscliff Town Hall on Wednesday 31 May and Thursday 1 June.
Demand has soared for The Waifs 20th Anniversary Up All Night Australian tour, with tickets to many shows selling out in record time. Shows in Queenscliff, Melbourne, Meeniyan, Upwey, Warrnambool and Perth sold-out in just one day, with the regional show sell-outs reflecting the band’s long history and love of touring smaller towns across the country.
Now The Waifs have announced new shows at the Queenscliff Town Hall for the locals, with the band now performing on Wednesday 31 May prior to the sold-out show on Thursday 1 June.
The Waifs have also announced second shows at The Northcote Theatre (with a very special guest still to be announced), The Gov, with Jordie Lane and the Albany Entertainment Centre with Liz Stringer, to accommodate the unprecedented demand for tickets.
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The Adelaide and Queenscliff shows are on sale now, whilst the new Albany show will be on sale this Wednesday. The new Melbourne show will be on sale from this Thursday.
New shows will be announced for Perth in the coming weeks, keep your eye out for details.
Up All Night debuted at #3 on the ARIA charts and won four ARIA Awards for Best Blues and Roots Album, Best Independent Album, Engineer of The Year, and Producer of the Year for Chris Thompson. The album features some of the band’s most beloved tracks, including London Still, which was voted in at number three on the triple J Hottest 100.
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