This event has been postponed – new date to be announced soon
12 March – The Pixies regret to announce that they will be postponing their remaining Australian tour dates. See the statement below from the band:
“Out of caution for current public health concerns, Pixies are postponing the remaining Australian shows in Brisbane, Sydney and Perth. This was an extremely difficult decision, but the well-being of our fans is always our top priority. Rescheduled dates for all of these shows will be announced soon. We ask that our fans retain their tickets as they will be honored on the new dates. Thank you for your understanding and we look forward to returning to Australia.”
Live Nation is working with the band to reschedule the postponed dates for later in 2020 and hope to announce these as soon as possible.
Ticket holders wishing to attend the shows should retain their tickets pending confirmation of new dates. Patrons unable or unwilling to attend the new dates can obtain a full refund from their ticketing outlet (Oztix or Ticketmaster).
PIXIES, one of the most influential alternative rock bands of all time, are bringing their mammoth Come On Pilgrim… It’s Surfer Rosa world tour to Australia and New Zealand in 2020.
Pixies’ debut releases, the electrifying 1987 EP Come On Pilgrim and 1988’s debut full-length album Surfer Rosa, brought rise to a new genre and defined contemporary music for a generation.
The tour will bear witness to both seminal albums being performed in full as well as new and old tracks spanning their extensive catalogue. This tour marks only their fourth visit to Australia.
Forming in Boston, Massachusetts in 1986, Pixies are often acclaimed as the most influential, pioneering alternative band of the late 80s, garnering extraordinary critical and popular acclaim.
After five genre-defining studio albums, Pixies disbanded in 1993. The tide turned in 2004 – the band reunited and began touring, playing to sell-out crowds around the world including their first-ever Australian performances in 2007, later to be followed by a 13-show sold-out Doolittle tour in 2010 and again in 2017.
Pixies will release their new and eighth studio album, Beneath The Eyrie, on September 13 (through Infectious/BMG). Featuring 12 tracks including lead single “On Graveyard Hill,” the evolution of the album’s creative process is uniquely documented in a 12-episode podcast entitled It’s a Pixies Podcast.
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