On the back of the release last week of their ‘Kentucky‘ album last week, Black Stone Cherry have announced a change of plans for their Australian tour. Instead of the headline run announced, the band will now join Steel Panther on their tour.
A statement from the band reads,
“Due to a scheduling conflict, we’re going to have to move our planned Australian tour dates forward by a week. In an effort to provide a stellar show for all the great Australian rock fans, and to also not get in each other’s way, our good friends in Steel Panther have invited us to join forces with them on their tour. All tickets purchased for our original shows will be valid and honoured for the respective city and, as a thank you, that will be at no additional cost to the fans who now get to see 2 great bands. We apologize for any inconvenience, but look forward to seeing all of our amazing fans at the shows!!“
Tickets purchased for the Black Stone Cherry tour can be used for the Steel Panther shows. Ticketholders simply need to bring a printed copy of their ticket to the date in the same city and it will be valid.
Black Stone Cherry will be arriving in Australia fresh from an eight-date UK tour playing the Glasgow Hydro and London’s Wembley Arena and straight on to the stage with the Panther, who will have just done Wembley and Download Festival themselves.
They are making their maiden voyage down under in support of their 5th studio album, entitled ‘Kentucky‘, a tribute to their home state in the USA. You can order the album on iTunes [Here], or physically [Here].
With guests BLACK STONE CHERRY
17th – Big Top, Luna Park, Sydney [18+]
18th – Festival Hall, Melbourne [18+]
20th – Eatons Hill Hotel, Brisbane [18+]
22nd – Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide [18+]
23rd – Metro City, Perth [18+]
—> Tickets available now.
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