(Pic by Billy Zammit)
Peking Duc have just announced their first national tour since 2019, and it’s gonna be big.
Peking Duk have unabashedly earned themselves a reputation as Australia’s most beloved electronic music act with over a decade of consecutive bangers. From ARIA Award-winning, four-times platinum single high to the triple-platinum witching hour anthem strangers ft. Swedish artists Eliphant to FakeMagicthe duo have racked up over 530 million streams and played to fans worldwide.
After working on their own solo projects, unveiling their weekly podcast and releasing their latest hit Spend It featured Circa Waves, Adam Hyde and Reuben Styles have been itching to get back on the road.
The group will begin their tour in Albury before heading to Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane and regional towns in between. They’ll be touring throughout March – from the 3rd – all the way to the 1st of April. View all tour dates below – the band noted on social media that no second shows will be added.
The pre-sale begins tomorrow at 9 am. On Wednesday, general admission tickets will go on sale. Find tickets here.
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Featuring special guests such as The Inspired Unemployed, The Kooks, Brooke Boney, Tony Armstrong, Flex Mami, Alex Dyson, Jack River, Muselk, Alex Lahey and more, the duo run through their guests’ most significant success and the failure that made them. the Peking Duk Podcast is the first of its kind for an Australian band, so it’s sure to be a hit with its banter and exclusive stories.
“From playing at cocktail bars in Canberra to playing Coachella, we’ve had lots of wild shit happen. We love sharing stories. We also love banter and conversations. We are recording it all and conning all of our fave mates like The Inspired Unemployed and Brooke Boney to join in!” the duo revealed.
Thursday 3 March – Beer Deluxe, Albury / Bungambrawatha Country
Friday 10 March – UC Refectory, Canberra / Ngunnawal Country
Saturday 11 March – Forum, Melbourne / Naarm/Wurundjeri Country
Sunday 12 March – Torquay Hotel, Torquay / Wadawurrung Country
Monday 13 March – Rafferty’s, Warrnambool / Wheringkernitch
Thursday 16 March – Waves, Wollongong / Dharawal Country
Friday 17 March – Enmore Theatre, Sydney / Gadigal Country
Saturday 18 March – Drifters Wharf, Central Coast / Darkinjung Country
Sunday 19 March – Beach Hotel, Byron Bay / Arakwal Country
Tuesday 21 March – JCU Uni Bar, Townsville / Gurrumbilbarra Country
Thursday 23 March – Gilligan’s, Cairns / Yirriganydji Country
Friday 24 March – Magnums, Airlie Beach / Ngaro Country
Saturday 25 March – The Tivoli, Brisbane / Meanjin
Sunday 26 March – Miami Marketta, Gold Coast / Yugambeh Country
Friday 31 March – Hindley Street Music Hall, Adelaide / Kaurna Country
Saturday 1 April – Metro City, Perth / Boorloo