PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FOR FRIDAY 25TH OF SEPTEMBER.
A statement from the band is below:
“DUE TO RECENT ANNOUNCEMENTS BY THE AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT, MARIANAS TRENCH HAVE RESCHEDULED THEIR SHOW AT THE ZOO TO FRIDAY 25TH SEPTEMBER.
Existing tickets remain valid for the rescheduled shows without the need
Patrons unable or unwilling to attend the new dates can obtain a refund
from the point of purchase.
OZTIX WILL CONTACT ALL TICKET HOLDERS VIA EMAIL WITH INFORMATION REGARDING THE REFUND PROCESS.FOR ANY QUESTIONS RELATING TO YOUR TICKET PURCHASE, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR ORIGINAL POINT OF PURCHASE.
THANKS FOR UNDERSTANDING”
Canadian pop-rockers MARIANAS TRENCH will make a very welcome return to Australia’s east coast for a trio of explosive shows in April 2020 in support of their latest album release and iTunes Pop chart #1, Phantoms.
Completing epic treks across North America, UK and Europe, the Suspending Gravity Tour will touch down in Brisbane on April 2 before heading south to Melbourne’s Corner Hotel on April 3 and onto Sydney’s Metro Theatre on April 5, ahead of performances at Download UK in June.
Tickets will go on sale on Tuesday, December 11, at 12pm.
My Live Nation members can be among the first to secure tickets during the pre-sale beginning at 11am Monday, December 9.
VIP Packages are also available including access to a special Q&A session and Meet & Greet with the band.
For complete tour, ticket and VIP Experience information, visit: livenation.com.au.
Hitting #1 on iTunes Pop chart here and in the USA, as well as their native Canada, Phantoms is Marianas Trench’s fifth studio album following their 2006 debut Fix Me, Masterpiece Theatre (2009), Ever After (2011) and Astoria (2015).
Marianas Trench draw on well-established strengths – their trademark, heavily layered harmonies, as well as blazing guitars set against club-worthy beats – but Phantoms also finds the Vancouver-based four-piece pushing their musical boundaries relentlessly. From the jaw-dropping opener, ‘Eleonora’ – a heavily layered a cappella salute to Edgar Allan Poe’s 1842 short story of the same name – to the unapologetically epic closer, ‘The Killing Kind’, with its deep orchestration, ripping guitars and vocal gymnastics.
“Each time we do an album, I try and write something that’s out of my vocal reach that forces me to get better,” says founding member and frontman Josh Ramsay, adding that bassist Mike Ayley, guitarist Matt Webb and drummer Ian Casselman, his “three favourite collaborators,” are equally dedicated to pushing their limits vocally and instrumentally – making for a dynamic live show.
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