Australia + New Zealand Tour March - April 2021
COVID 19 UPDATE: It is with great care and empathy to all involved that we announce the rescheduling of the tour dates in Australia to March and April 2021.
If you are unable to attend the new date, please contact the point of purchase.
For Sydney purchasers, tickets for 23 June are now valid for 5 April; tickets for 24 June are now valid for 6 April.
*For Adelaide purchasers, because of extreme demand this show has been upgraded to a seated show at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre. All previously purchased tickets will be reissued with seating assignments based on the time your original purchase was completed. New tickets will be sent to your inbox by May 29, 2020.
Unfortunately, we are unable to include rescheduled Dark Mofo dates at this time; refunds for the shows scheduled for 12 and 13 June are available at the point of purchase.
Handsome Tours is proud to announce that Bon Iver will return to Australia and New Zealand in March and April 2021 with a spectacular arena show in support of their latest, highly-acclaimed album i, i.
Led by Justin Vernon, the tour represents Bon Iver’s first visit to Australia since the outfit headlined VividLIVE in 2016, selling out four Sydney Opera House Concert Halls. It is their first visit to Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne and Brisbane in nine years.
Featuring a full band and immersive new production, these shows will be their most ambitious Australian shows to date – unlike anything fans have seen before.
In August this year, Bon Iver released their fourth studio album i,i, garnering an ecstatic response. Singles from the album went straight onto global streaming and radio playlists whilst Justin Vernon and the band opened up more than ever before with in-depth interviews from Pitchfork, Zane Lowe, Annie Mac, Q and Uncut.
Recorded mostly at Sonic Ranch in Texas, i,i finds Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon in a calmed creative state that he channels into the heart of each of the album’s 13 songs. The core band for the i,i sessions included Sean Carey, Andrew Fitzpatrick, Mike Lewis, Matt McCaughan, and Justin Vernon with Rob Moose and Jenn Wasner, plus contributions from James Blake, Brad and Phil Cook, Aaron and Bryce Dessner, Bruce Hornsby, Channy Leaneagh, Naeem Juwan, Velvet Negroni, Marta Salogni, Francis Starlite, Moses Sumney, TU Dance, and many others. i,i completes a cycle: from the winter of For Emma, Forever Ago came the frenetic spring of Bon Iver, Bon Iver, and the unhinged summer of 22, A Million. The northern hemisphere’s autumn marked Bon Iver’s most expansive, joyful and generous album yet.
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