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6pm Doors Open
8pm VINCE STAPLES
10:45pm Approx Finish
FLUME with special guests Vince Staples + Sophie
Australia’s biggest electronic export Flume will embark on a massive world tour - including a run of huge national dates to celebrate the release of his anticipated forthcoming album, Skin (out May 27 via Future Classic).
The Australian leg of the tour will commence at Perth Arena on Friday 25 November 2016.
Support comes from unstoppable Long Beach MC Vince Staples - who features as a special guest on the album for ‘Smoke & Retribution’ - and enigmatic UK producer SOPHIE. Both acts were highlights of the Laneway bill this year - Vince with his excellent first album Summertime '06 in tow, and SOPHIE on the back of his avant-garde electronic debut Product.
Flume’s last headline dates in Australia in 2013 included multiple Hordern Pavilion and Festival Hall shows and completely sold out. He headlined the 2016 Laneway Festival in February to rave reviews.
Flume recently unveiled his ambitious new live show while closing Coachella’s Outdoor Theatre Stage, debuting new live material from Skin. To find balance in sound and scale in a live setting, Flume worked with an expert team led by production designer Rob Sinclair (LCD Soundsystem, Florence and the Machine, Lorde) and Jonathan Zawada (Skin album art) with audio-visual artist David Wexler (Flying Lotus, The Rolling Stones, Hudson Mohawke) and Lighting Designer Stu Dingley.
Flume is taking this show on the road with a run of over 70 dates worldwide including 10,000+ capacity shows in London, New York and many more. An August show at the iconic Red Rocks in Colorado (9,500 cap) has already sold out.
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Flume has partnered with Plus 1 so that $1 from every ticket sold goes to support Bush Heritage Australia, a national non-profit organisation conserving biodiversity in Australia.
For more information on Bush Heritage Australia visit bushheritage.org.au