In a move directly oppositional to a successful band’s ‘normal’ career trajectory, they are going to go from supporting AC/DC in front of 80,000 people at ANZ Stadium, to playing in small bandrooms to a few hundred people. Given that their most recent album tour visited venues like Sydney’s Metro Theatre and Melbourne’s Forum Theatre, only the oldest Kingswood fans would have seen the band in such small spaces.
It’s a great chance for newer fans to get in and amongst it at their typically high-energy shows in a really intimate environment. The tour will serve as an opportunity for the band to road test some new material, which they have spent a large chunk of 2016 working on at Sound Emporium in Nashville, and will no doubt be frothing to play live.
November 4 – Fusions On The Field, Chinchilla QLD
November 5 – Spotted Cow, Toowoomba QLD
November 11 – Jive Bar, Adelaide SA
November 12 – Blues At Bridgetown, Bridgetown WA
November 13 – 96fm ‘Kick Start Summer Of Music Concert’, Perth WA
November 17 – Imperial Hotel, Sydney NSW
November 18 – SSA, Albury NSW
November 19 – Howler, Melbourne VIC
November 24 – Woolly Mammoth, Brisbane QLD
November 26 – Base Magnetic Island, Townsville QLD
For more information, visit kingswood.com.