• London four-piece and Mercury Music Prize winners Wolf Alice to play their biggest headline shows yet in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane in April/May 2022 

Fresh from their Best Group win at the 2022 Brit Awards, London four-piece Wolf Alice will return to Australia for the first time in three years this April/May, performing their biggest headline shows to date in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane – presented by Frontier Touring and triple j.

Bringing their latest release Blue Weekend to fans down under, the ‘Don’t Delete The Kisses’ outfit will perform at Sydney‘s Big Top on Tuesday 26 AprilMelbourne‘s The Forum on Thursday 28 April, and Brisbane‘s The Tivoli on Sunday 1 May. The band were also announced today on the line-up for regional festival Groovin the Moo.

Tickets for Wolf Alice’s East Coast shows go on sale Monday 7 March (12pm local time) via frontiertouring.com/wolfalice. Sign up to become Frontier Member to access the Pre-sale, which kicks off Thursday 3 March (from 12noon AEDT).

Released in June 2021 [Dirty Hit/Liberator] to unanimous acclaim, the bold, ambitious
Blue Weekend earned the #1 position in DIY’s Best Albums of 2021 poll and #2 in The Guardian’s 50 Best Albums of 2021. Having amassed over half a billion streams worldwide to date, Wolf Alice’s latest effort debuted at #1 in the UK and Scotland and #9 in Australia, where it also earned a triple j Feature Album spot. Featuring singles ‘The Last Man On Earth‘, ‘Smile’, ‘Delicious Things‘ and ‘How Can I Make It OK?‘, the critics are unanimous:

★★★★ – The Guardian 

★★★★ – The Independent 

‘Game changing’ – The Sunday Times 

‘What a celebrated UK rock band should be.’ – triple j 

‘A confident, euphoric, blistering 40 minutes’ – musicOMH 

A stone-cold masterpiece that further cements their place at the very peak of British music.’ – NME

In 2021, Wolf Alice headlined Reading Festival and sold-out shows across the UK, Europe and America. Reinforcing themselves as a dazzling band on the rise, in 2022 Wolf Alice are nominated for five NME Awards: Best Band in the World, Best Band from the UK, Best Festival Headliner, Best Album in the World, Best Album by a UK Artist. On stage, they are unmissable:

‘…utterly spellbinding … how seamlessly the band shift gears, segueing from tender vulnerability to teeth-baring riffs without missing a beat’ – NME

‘A complex mélange of shoegaze, grunge, garage rock, indie, and alternative genres. As proven in their mesmerizing range, the band can do it all. And they reminded their audience of that fact over and over again over the course of the night.’ – thecrimson.com

Ellie Rowsell, Joff Oddie, Theo Ellis and Joel Amey tore the house down on their previous tour. Don’t miss Wolf Alice, performing their biggest shows in Australia to date this April/May!

APRIL & MAY 2022

Presented by Frontier Touring and triple j 

via frontiertouring.com/wolfalice 
Runs 24 hours from: Thursday 3 March (12noon AEDT)
or until pre-sale allocation exhausted 

Begins: Monday 7 March (12pm local time) 

Saturday 23 April – Groovin The Moo, Maitland, NSW** 
Sunday 24 April – Groovin The Moo, Canberra, ACT**  

Tuesday 26 April
Big Top | Sydney, NSW
Ticketmaster.com.au | Ph: 136 100 

Thursday 28 April
Forum | Melbourne, VIC

Ticketek.com.au | Ph: 13 28 49  

Saturday 30 April – Groovin The Moo, Bendigo, VIC** 

Sunday 1 May
The Tivoli | Brisbane, QLD

Ticketmaster.com.au | Ph: 136 100 

 ** not a Frontier show 

Patrons are advised to purchase tickets only through authorised ticket sellers. We cannot guarantee any ticket purchase made through any means other than the official ticketing agents listed on the Frontier website. 

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Mick created TAGG - The Alternative Gig Guide in 1979 with Helmut Katterl, the world's first real Street Magazine. He had been involved with his fathers publishing business, Toorak Times and associated publications since 1972.  Mick was also involved in Melbourne's music scene for a number of years opening venues, discovering and managing bands and providing information and support for the industry. Mick has also created a number of local festivals and is involved in not for profit and supporting local charities.