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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


The duo will be hitting the road for the first time in four years!

Image: Billy Zammit.

ARIA Award-winning electronic duo, Peking Duk are hitting the road! The duo have just announced a massive national tour, marking their first live dates since 2019's Biggest Tour Ever. Once again visiting capital cities, the tour will also take Adam Hyde and Ruben Styles to new locations, visiting a bevy of regional towns for the first time ever.

Kicking off in Albury/Bungambrawatha Country on March 3, the tour will continue on to Canberra/Ngunnawal Country, Melbourne/Naarm, Torquay/Wadawurrung Country, Warrnambool/Wheringkernitch, Wollongong/Dharawal Country, Sydney/Gadigal Country, Central Coast/Darkinjung Country, Byron Bay/Arakwal Country, Townsville/Gurrumbilbarra Country, Cairns/Yirriganydji Country, Airlie Beach/Ngaro Country, Brisbane/Meanjin, the Gold Coast/Yugambeh Country and Adelaide/Kaurna Country, before wrapping up in Perth/Boorloo on April 1.

Having made their debut in 2011, Peking Duk have delivered dance-floor bangers for days. Their 2014 ARIA Award-winning, 4x ARIA platinum single, High, earned the Canberra-born duo a legion of new fans and was followed up by the hit singles 3x ARIA platinum Say My Name, 5x ARIA platinum Stranger and 3x ARIA platinum Fake Magic. Since their last tour, Hyde and Styles have both launched their own solo projects, Keli Holiday and Y.O.G.A.

Fans can access an exclusive pre-sale from 9am January 24, before general release tickets are made available at 9am January 25.


Pre-sale tickets on sale January 24th - 9:00AM

General tickets on sale January 25th - 9:00AM

Thursday 3 March - Beer Deluxe, Albury / Bungambrawatha Country

Friday 10 March - UC Refectory, Canberra / Ngunnawal Country

Saturday 11 March - Forum, Melbourne / Naarm/Wurundjeri Country

Sunday 12 March - Torquay Hotel, Torquay / Wadawurrung Country

Monday 13 March - Rafferty's, Warrnambool / Wheringkernitch

Thursday 16 March - Waves, Wollongong / Dharawal Country

Friday 17 March - Enmore Theatre, Sydney / Gadigal Country

Saturday 18 March - Drifters Wharf, Central Coast / Darkinjung Country

Sunday 19 March - Beach Hotel, Byron Bay / Arakwal Country

Tuesday 21 March - JCU Uni Bar, Townsville / Gurrumbilbarra Country

Thursday 23 March - Gilligan's, Cairns / Yirriganydji Country

Friday 24 March - Magnums, Airlie Beach / Ngaro Country

Saturday 25 March - The Tivoli, Brisbane / Meanjin

Sunday 26 March - Miami Marketta, Gold Coast / Yugambeh Country

Friday 31 March - Hindley Street Music Hall, Adelaide / Kaurna Country

Saturday 1 April - Metro City, Perth / Boorloo


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