Aussie Live Dates

POWERMAN 5000 (USA), the Sci Fi Electro Metal Robot Rockers, Tour Australia for the First Time Ever to Celebrate the 21st Anniversary of Tonight The Stars Revolt! (When Worlds Collide, Supernova Goes Pop, Nobody’s Real).  September 2022.

Welcome to the wildest R’n’R amusement park!  For this special occasion and D-A-D’s first Australian Tour since 1990 they will perform all their Greatest Hits – Sleeping My Day Away, Girl Nation, Jihad, Laugh And 1/2, Bad Craziness, It’s After Dark, I Want What She’s Got and heaps more!

Uncaged (Presented by Silverback Touring) is the newest rock festival on the Australian festival circuit and packs a punch of musical diversity catering to fans of hard rockalternativepop punkprogmetal and everything in between.
JOHN 5 is heading to Australia, for his first ever solo shows here, to shred our nation to pieces thanks to Silverback Touring. Accompanying him is American blues-rock guitarist and singer JARED JAMES NICHOLS who is rated as one of the hottest players on the scene, also making his debut appearance in Australia. 
Get set for a wild ride on the Glam, Sleaze and Hair Metal rollercoaster as Silverback Touring brings together Swedish hellraisers CRASHDIET, L.A. Glam legends PRETTY BOY FLOYD and local Glamsters SISTERS DOLL for a night of utter chaos, March 2022.
Silverback Touring is going hard in early 2022 and bringing you the ultimate Rock Package by delivering two of the hottest live bands on the planet BUCKCHERRY and FOZZY in February 2022.
Scandinavia heads down under as Silverback Touring bring you two of Sweden’s finest Hard Rock exports H.E.A.T and CRAZY LIXX. This will be the first Australian Tour for both bands and the action takes place in September 2022.
T’was a battle of a year, fraught with ill bearings but it’s time to rejoice, the good people at Destroy All Lines declare a most tantalising soiree with which to bid this wretch of a year adu with Knight and Day Festival, Australia’s brand-new two-day alternative music festival, set to march on Ballarat’s Kryal Castle, on the eve of New Year.