BASTILLE | Big Top Sydney - Luna Park Sydney
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BASTILLE

SATURDAY 19 JANUARY 2019

BASTILLE

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TIMES

 

7:30pm
Doors Open
 

TICKET INFO

 

ALL AGES | 13+ YEARS ONLY

 

GENERAL ADMISSION

$79.90

 

*Credit surcharge of 1.5% not included

 

 

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FRONTIER TOURING PRESENTS 

BASTILLE

With Special Guest Nicole Millar

 


Please read the important statement from Bastille regarding their scheduled performance on TONIGHT @ The Big Top: 

“It’s with deep regret due to unforeseen circumstances we're unable to play the shows planned in Australia in coming days. We hugely apologise for any inconvenience caused to our Australian fans. We hope those of you with tickets can make these new dates next year. Huge apologies for a change in plans, we plan to make it up to you in the near future"

Bastille have been re-scheduled to perform @ The Big Top Sydney on SATURDAY 19th JANUARY, 2019.

 

For assistance please contact The Big Top Box Office on 02.09.2018


Bursting onto the scene in 2010, UK four-piece Bastille have become one of the most instantly recognisable and unstoppable pop forces in British music today, with their highly anticipated third album on its way. Frontier Touring is delighted to announce that Bastille will perform two intimate headline shows in Sydney and Melbourne this September – their first Australian dates in four years.

 

The four-piece’s debut album, 2013’s Bad Blood, landed immediate traction with fans, shifting over a quarter of a million units in their homeland alone thanks to the multi-platinum mega-hit ‘Pompeii’ (463m+ YouTube views) and singles ‘Flaws’ and ‘Laura Palmer’. 2016’s Wild World continued the trend, giving the band a #1 album debut in the UK with tracks such as ‘Good Grief’ and taking them from quintessential alternative popsters to festival favourites in just a few years.

 

It’s been a busy few months for Bastille, who’ve played over 500 shows across six continents in their career. Premiered by Radio 1’s Annie Mac show, ‘Quarter Past Midnight’ was recorded and self-produced in Bastille’s newly built London studio – “an old porn studio that we turned into a place that could be ours,” describes Smith, the building also housing his record label Best Laid Plans (home to Rag N’Bone Man, Rationale). “It’s just about trying to capture that Sliding Doors moment on a night out. Some people are gonna go home; for some this is just the beginning. It became about being in someone’s car, driving through the city, and I wanted to try and capture that sense of excitement, and that rush.”

Don’t delay in grabbing your tickets – with two shows only, Bastille are not to be missed!

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