TOURING: First Aid Kit Announce Their Return To Australia

After a sellout-year, Swedish sisters FIRST AID KIT are set to make a return to Melbourne and Sydney stages. The group’s third Australian tour in January will see them gracing the stage of The Sydney Opera House’s Concert Hall and The Forum in Melbourne. The duo are also set to play Falls music festival.

Since their January release The Lion’s Roar(Wichita / [PIAS]), the duo have been taking the world by storm, capturing the hearts of thousands and dazzling audiences with their harmonies.

The group  has received praised by the likes of Jack White and Patti Smith.  Not only has the group been praised by some of their idols but they were also lucky enough to perform a cover of ‘America’ to a standing ovation lead by Paul Simon at the Polar Prize ceremony. The Sydney Morning Herald noted of their recent visit, “First Aid Kit’s musical kit bag is surprisingly expansive and outgoing.”

The album was recently re-packaged as a strictly limited edition box set, with a heap of bonus material including the groups latest single ‘Wolf’, a tour documentary, single videos, a 20 page booklet and a guitar pick.

FIRST AID KIT – DECEMBER / JANUARY NATIONAL TOUR

Wednesday 2 January 2
The Forum Theatre, Melbourne
Presented by RRR
With special guest Fraser A. Gorman & Big Harvest Tickets via Ticketmaster

Thursday 3 January
The Concert Hall, Sydney Opera House, Sydney

Presented by Sydney Opera House and FBi
Tickets by ph. 02 9250 7777 or sydneyoperahouse.com/music

Tickets on sale 9am Friday the 5th of October, also appearing at:

Sunday 30 December
Falls Festival, Marion Bay
More info. fallsfestival.com

Monday 31 December
Falls Festival, Lorne

More info. www.fallsfestival.com

Saturday 5 January
Southbound Festival, Busselton

More info. www.southboundfestival.com.au

Words by Sam Warburton

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