Anderson .Paak, Toto + Interpol announce Falls sideshows

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Anderson .Paak, Toto + Interpol announce Falls sideshows

With his upcoming Dr. Dre-produced LP Oxnard set for release any day now, singing-rapping-drumming-dancing sensation Anderson .Paak and The Free Nationals are booked to bring their massive live set back to the East Coast, less than 12 months after headlining Laneway 2018. .Paak and co. are set to be joined by Nai Palm of Hiatus Kaiyote fame when they hit Sydney’s Hordern Pavillion and Melbourne’s Festival Hall on the 9th and 10th of January – suss out tickets below.


Bless the rains – US rock veterans Toto are swooping down under for a short run of headline shows for punters looking to see the most meme’d band of 2018 in the flesh. They’re also heading to Hordern Pavillion and Festival Hall on the 3rd and 4th of January.

Last but most certainly not least, New York purveyors of post-punk Interpol are also bringing the gloom to the East Coast with a zipping run of headline shows in support of new album Maurauder, playing Melbourne’s Palais Theatre and the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall on the 4th and 5th of January. The band have abeen busy touring the world this year in celebration of the 15th anniversary of their classic debut Turn On The Bright Lights – here’s to hoping they unleash some deep cuts when they hit stages in January.

Falls Festival 2019 Sideshows

Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals – Falls Festival 2018/2019 Sideshows

Supported by Nai Palm

Tickets on sale 10am Wednesday, 26th September

Wednesday, 9th January
Hordern Pavilion, Sydney

Thursday, 10th January
Festival Hall, Melbourne

Toto –  Falls Festival 2018/2019 Sideshows

Tickets on sale 9am Tuesday, 25th September

Thursday, 3rd January
Hordern Pavilion, Sydney

Friday, 4th January
Festival Hall, Melbourne


Interpol – Falls Festival 2018/2019 Sideshows

Melbourne tickets on sale 9am Tuesday, 25th September

Sydney tickets on sale 9am Thursday, 27th September

Friday, 4th January
Palais Theatre, Melbourne

Saturday, 5th January
Sydney Opera House Concert Hall, Sydney