Black Rebel Motorcycle Club to join Bush, Stone Temple Pilots and … – ABC News

It was set to be the first big international tour since COVID shut down travel
A lot has happened in the time since modern rock favourites Bush, Stone Temple Pilots and Live first announced their massive Under The Southern Stars shows back in 2019.
Live had to pull out at the beginning of this year, and were replaced by legendary US rockers Cheap Trick. Then, in April, organisers were forced to once again postpone the dates, blaming the speed of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout.
In exciting news for all concerned, new dates have been announced for March 2022, and a new act has joined the bill
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club have been firm favourites of Australian rock fans for the past 20 years. Their electrifying debut album was one of the big revelations of the 'new rock' explosion in the early 2000s, and they've been going strong ever since.
The San Franciscan band make their first visit to Australian since 2018 for this mammoth tour.
Aussie rockers Rose Tattoo and Electric Mary will open all shows.
Here are the new dates for Under The Southern Stars. Tickets are on sale now.
Friday 11 March – Maitland Showground
Saturday 12 March – Foreshore Reserve, Hastings
Sunday 13 March – JC Lowe Oval, Yarrawonga
Wednesday 16 March – Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne
Friday 18 March – Bonython Park, Adelaide
Saturday 19 March – Bonython Park, Adelaide
Sunday 20 March – Bonython Park, Adelaide
Tuesday 22 March – WIN Entertainment Centre, Wollongong
Wednesday 23 March – Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney
Friday 25 March – Kings Beach Ampitheatre, Caloundra
Saturday 26 March – Southport Sharks, Gold Coast
Sunday 27 March – Brisbane Riverstage
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