Harley Streten will perform shows in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in May, supported by Melbourne's Chet Faker, who's had quite a good 12 months himself.
According to Streten, it was his appearance at last year's Splendour which made him realise his career was taking off: "To actually see a crowd in front of me knowing all the songs was pretty mind-blowing.” he says.
Flume tour dates:
Tuesday 30 April – Hordern Pavilion, Sydney NSW (all ages)
Thursday 2 May – Festival Hall, Melbourne VIC (all ages)
Tuesday 7 May – Riverstage, Brisbane QLD (all ages)
Wednesday 8 May – Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide SA (all ages)
Sunday 12 May – Metro City, Perth WA (18+)
Tickets on sale Friday March 1 at 10am
Source: Mess and Noise
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