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- Dec 12Dec12Find ticketsSat 7:00 PMThe Fortitude Music Hall - Brisbane, QLDThe National
- Dec 13Dec13Find ticketsSun 7:00 PMThe Fortitude Music Hall - Brisbane, QLDThe National
- Dec 15Dec15Find ticketsTue 7:30 PMPalais Theatre - St Kilda, VICThe National
- Dec 16Dec16Find ticketsWed 7:30 PMPalais Theatre - St Kilda, VICThe National
- Dec 17Dec17Find ticketsThu 7:30 PMPalais Theatre - St Kilda, VICThe NationalLow Availability
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About The National
The National has rescheduled their upcoming Australian tour for December 2020 with Phoebe Bridgers joining on all dates.
All previously purchased tickets will be honoured on the corresponding new rescheduled date. If you are unable to attend the new date, please contact the ticketing company from which you originally purchased. Refund and exchange requests must be received no later than Friday 27 March 2020 at 11:59PM.
Brisbane: Fri 27 March now valid for Saturday 12th December
Brisbane: Sat 28 March now valid for Sunday 13th December
Melbourne: Mon 30 March now valid for Tuesday 15th December
Melbourne: Tue 31 March now valid for Wednesday 16th December
Melbourne: Wed 1 April now valid for Thursday 17th December
Formed in 1999, the Ohio-raised, Brooklyn-based band consists of vocalist Matt Berninger plus two pairs of brothers: Aaron Dessner (guitar, bass, piano) and Bryce Dessner (guitar), and Scott Devendorf (bass, guitar) and Bryan Devendorf (drums).
The National’s triumphant previous visit to Australia in 2018 included sold-out performances at Sydney Opera House Forecourt, Melbourne’s Sidney Myer Music Bowl and Brisbane’s Riverstage. For their upcoming tour, the band will nestle into their most intimate Australian venues in a decade, delivering fans the raw intensity and emotion of their live show, up-close-and-personal like never before.
Joining The National on all dates will be special guest Phoebe Bridgers. Hailing from Los Angeles, Bridgers released her debut album Stranger In The Alps in 2017 to international acclaim, with haunting, introspective songs that garnered widespread comparisons to legendary songwriters like Elliott Smith and Joni Mitchell. In the last 12 months, Bridgers has continued with a prolific release schedule; teaming up with Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus to release an EP as boygenius and joining forces with Conor Oberst for a full-length album under the guise Better Oblivion Community Centre. She returns to Australia following sell-out headline shows in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane in 2019.