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The band will also be releasing a limited edition 7" vinyl of City Girl recorded live.

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Iconic Australian four-piece The Jezabels have announced celebrations for the 10th anniversary 2011 Australian Music Prize, ARIA & AIR Award Winning, ARIA #2, iTunes #1, Gold Album, Prisoner. The band have announced a national tour and limited edition 7" vinyl.

Kicking off in Fremantle on June 4, the tour will continue on to Byron Bay, Brisbane, Canberra, Newcastle and Sydney, before wrapping up in Melbourne on June 24. The run of shows will mark the first time The Jezabels perform the record in its entirety live on stage.

Speaking of the tour, the band share: “We couldn't be more excited to be getting back together again for an Australian tour to celebrate the tenth anniversary of our debut album 'Prisoner'. We are pleased to say we'll be playing this baby live in full for the first time. It's been a hell of a decade since it came out, but it's made us all the more grateful for some of the things we took for granted. Like so many bands, playing our records live was always as important, if not more important, than making those records. We can't think of a better way to celebrate 'Prisoner' and say thank you to our fans that have supported us over the years than to announce this tour. We hope you can join us.”

To mark the occasion, they will be releasing a limited collectors 7" of a live recording of City Girl, captured at the Forum Theatre in Melbourne in 2011. The 7" will only be available to ticket buyers to purchase. Head over to for details.

Tickets on sale from 9 am Thur Nov 4, 12 pm


Live Nation Pre Sale: Tickets on sale 9 am Wed Nov 3, 12pm – Thur Nov 4.

General Sale: Tickets on sale from 9 am Thur Nov 4.

Fri 3 Jun, The Gov, Adelaide SA

Sat 4 Jun, Metropolis, Fremantle WA

Thu 9 Jun, The Northern, Byron Bay NSW

Fri 10 Jun, Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane QLD

Sat 11 Jun, UC Refectory, Canberra ACT

Sun 12 Jun, NEX, Newcastle NSW

Sat 18 Jun, Enmore Theatre, Sydney NSW

Fri 24 Jun , The Forum, Melbourne VIC


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