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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Tame Impala have been forced to postpone their upcoming national Australian tour for the second time.

Originally scheduled to have taken place in April this year, the shows were postponed to December this year. Now, Aussie fans will have to wait another year to catch Kevin Parker’s musical project, with the tour being rescheduled to December 2021.

Tame Impala’s latest full-length release, The Slow Rush. The record is the bands second #1 album in Australia, also claiming the title of the highest selling Australian alum of 2020 to date. It is also Parker’s highest charting album to date in both the US and UK, with fourteen top 10 chart positions around the world.

Recently, Parker dropped Blood Orange’s remix of his track Borderline, On the remix, Blood Orange (Dev Hynes) add his own original instrumentation to the track, enlisting Aaron Maine of Porches on drums and augmenting Parker’s original vocals.

Last week, Tame Impala received two nominations for Billboard Music Awards, placing them as massive contenders in both the ‘Top Rock Artist’ and ‘Top Rock Album’ categories. The award ceremony will take place next month.

Tickets to Tame Impala’s 2020 Tour are on sale now! Check out the rescheduled tour dates below.


Tuesday, 7th December 2021

Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney

Thursday, 9th December 2021 Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane

Sunday, 12th December 2021

Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne

Monday, 13th December 2021

Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne

Wednesday, 15th December

Adelaide Entertainment Centre Arena, Adelaide

Saturday, 18th December

RAC Arena, Perth


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