Catfish And The Bottlemen Announce 2015 Australian Headline Shows
Catfish And The Bottlemen
Indie rock lads Catfish and The Bottlemen have announced headlining tour in Sydney and Melbourne while supporting The Kooks.
With their newly released debut album 'The Balcony' produced by Jim Abiss (Arctic Monkeys and Kasabain)these lads are one band to watch out for in 2015. They have also announced supports for the shows including Apes for Melbourne and Sydney's Food Court.
All your tour date goodness is below !
Pre-sale tickets available from Monday, 1st December
Tickets on sale to general public on Wednesday, 3rd December
(Also supporting The Kooks’ 2015 Australian tour)
Oxford Art Factory, Sydney
Supported by Food Court
The Hi-Fi, Melbourne
Supported by Apes
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