Already slated to appear at Spilt Milk Festival (Canberra, Ballarat, Gold Coast), Australian electronic superstar Flume will headline his own series of concerts in November-December (his first Oz shows since 2019).
Recently owning the stage at Coachella, where he was joined by guests including Damon Albarn, Beck, Toro Y Moi, Vince Staples, Kučka, Tove Lo, May-A and Caroline Polachek, on Friday (20 May) Flume will drop his third studio album, 'Palaces'.
The record features a host of collaborations including Albarn (the title track), May-A ('Say Nothing'), Kučka ('Escape') and Caroline Polachek ('Sirens').
One of Australia's biggest-selling international touring artists, Flume will be joined on this tour – which travels to Perth, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Hobart – by Polachek (Syd, Melb), American rapper Channel Tres (Perth, Bris, Syd, Melb), Toro y Moi (Perth, Bris, Syd, Melb), long-time Flume collaborator Vera Blue (Adelaide, Hobart) and May-A (Perth, Bris, Syd, Melb).
Fri 11 Nov - Red Hill Auditorium (Perth) Wed 16 Nov - The Riverstage (Brisbane) Fri 18 Nov - The Dome (Sydney) Thu 24 Nov - John Cain Arena (Melbourne) Wed 30 Nov - Adelaide Entertainment Centre Fri 2 Dec - Regatta Grounds (Hobart)