After three solid albums, Jurvanen’s fans will be able to see him and his band rocking out on stage as headliners for the first time.
The last time Jurvanen was in Australia was supporting City and Colour, but this time he’s here of his own accord and off the back of the JUNO Award winning album, Bahamas Is Afie.
Along for the ride will be Bob Dylan lookalike Fraser A. Gorman, who earlier this year released his debut album Slow Gum on Courtney Barnett’s Milk! Records.
The singer-songwriter has amassed a loyal fan base with his country/folk/rock and roll hybrid, and he will provide a more than capable base for Afie Jurvanen to unleash his own eclectic blend of indie folk, pop and rock on audiences from Brisbane to Fremantle.
September 24 – Brisbane Festival, Brisbane QLD
September 25 – Mojos, Fremantle WA
September 26 – Wave Rock Weekender, Hyden WA
September 29 – Grace Emily, Adelaide SA
September 30 – Howler, Melbourne VIC
October 1 – Croxton Launch, Melbourne VIC
October 2 – Oxford Art Factory, Sydney NSW
October 3 – Yours & Owls, Wollongong NSW
October 4 – Dashville Skyline, Maitland NSW
For more information, visit: http://www.bahamasmusic.net/