Winter is fast approaching, which means being slumped on the couch, tucked in a blanket and watching Netflix all night. Sounds all too familiar, right?

Well, we are here to cure those winter blues because two of our favourite mega Australian electronic acts have just announced that they’re going on tour! Yep, not just one chance to boogie to live performances, but TWO! Cause who doesn’t love seeing one of their fave music acts perform LIVE??

Get ready for it …. Bag Raiders and SAFIA have both blessed us with the announcement of their respective 2019 nationwide tours! You know what that means …. Get keen to show off your best Shooting Stars dance moves!

Bag Raiders

WHEN: SAT 24th August

WHERE: Lion Arts Factory

The popular electronic duo from Sydney are probably best known for their absolute cracker of a song, Shooting Stars, which has recently resurfaced from all of the glorious memes.

The tour, coming to the Lion Arts Factory in August of this year (yasss it’s almost around the corner), is in support of their upcoming album, Horizons, which includes their recent songs Lightning ft. The Kite String Tangle, and Wild at Heart ft. Mickey Kojak.  

The two boys are musical wizards, playing every instrument you can think of, whilst also writing and producing their own tunes, so you can only expect how good a live concert will be.

And better yet, they are bringing special guests, Mickey Kojak and Chase Zera.

Tickets are selling FAST so make sure you get in quick! To purchase them click here.

SAFIA

WHEN: SAT 29th August

WHERE: HQ Complex

The electronic/ indie band from Canberra are soon to release their second studio album, Story’s Start or End, and are celebrating with a nationwide tour that kicks off in August and runs until October.

Featured on Peking Duk’s classic tune, Take Me Over, the boys have also just released their own absolute banger, Think We’re Not Alone, fresh from the new album. Have a listen to it below:



Special guests include Boo Seeka and Eilish Gilligan.  

You can grab your tickets here.

 

Photo Cred: Bag Raiders Facebook page & SAFIA Facebook page