Tour Dates — March 6, 2017 at 6:13 pm

Midnight Oil adds U.S. festival date, moves Vancouver show to larger venue

A week after suggesting they’d move some sold-out North American shows to larger venues, Midnight Oil has done just that in Vancouver, British Columbia, shifting their gig there from the 900-capacity Commodore Ballroom to the 1,500-capacity Malkin Bowl outdoor amphitheater.

The Vancouver show will still be on June 2, and tickets to the Commodore Ballroom show will be honored; both are general-admission gigs. New tickets for the Malkin Bowl concert go on pre-sale at 10 a.m. Wednesday and on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. Thursday.

The Oils write of their desire to move the concert on the band’s website:

“The band’s decision to move the show to a larger venue follows a deluge of emails and postings from disappointed B.C. fans who missed out when tickets sold out in minutes before reappearing on reseller sites for over $500 each.”

It’s not known whether any additional North American dates will be moved.

The Oils also have announced they’ll play the Beale Street Music Festival in Memphis, Tenn., on May 7, which is now the second date of the North American leg of their reunion tour. That festival is headlined by Kings of Leon, Soundgarden and Widespread Panic.

Additionally, the band has added a second London show to wrap up the European leg on July 23.

See Midnight Oil’s current reunion tour itinerary below.


Midnight Oil tour dates:

April 25: Pepsi on Stage, Porto Alegre, Brazil
April 27: Live | Curtiba, Brazil
April 29: Espaço das Americas, São Paolo, Brazil
April 30: Vivo Rio, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
May 2: NET Live, Brasilia, Brazil

May 6: Center Stage, Atlanta, GA
May 7: Beale Street Music Festival, Memphis, TN
May 9: The Filmore, Silver Spring, MD
May 11: House of Blues, Boston, MA
May 13: Webster Hall, New York City, NY
May 14: Webster Hall, New York City, NY
May 16: Keswick Theatre, Glenside, PA
May 18: The Vic, Chicago, IL
May 20: Danforth Theatre, Toronto, Canada
May 23: Paramount Theatre, Denver, CO
May 25: The Wiltern, Los Angeles, CA
May 27: Fox Theatre, Oakland, CA
May 29: Revolution Hall, Portland, OR
May 31: Moore Theatre, Seattle, WA
June 2: The Commodore Malkin Bowl, Vancouver, Canada

June 21: E-Werk, Cologne, Germany
June 23: Paradiso, Amsterdam, Holland
June 25: Huxleys Neue Welt, Berlin, Germany
June 27: Amager Bio, Copenhagen, Denmark
June 29: Rockafeller Music Hall, Oslo, Norway
July 1: Furuviksparken, Gävle, Sweden
July 4: Hammersmith Apollo, London, UK
July 6: Olympia, Paris, France
July 7: Festival de Beauregard, Hérouville-Saint-Claire, France
July 9: Les Deferlantes Festival, Argeles-sur-Mer, France
July 12: Volkshaus, Zurich, Switzerland
July 14: Musilac, Aix Les Bains, France
July 16: Les Vieilles Charrues, Carhaix, France
July 18: Batschkapp, Frankfurt, Germany
July 21: Colours of Ostrava, Ostrava, Czech Republic
July 23: Hammersmith Apollo, London, UK

Sept. 9: Vector Arena, Auckland, NZ
Sept. 11: Horncastle Arena, Christchurch, NZ

Oct. 2: ANZAC Oval, Alice Springs, NT (w/ Dan Sultan & Apakatjah)
Oct. 4: Darwin Amphitheatre, Darwin, NT (w/ Dan Sultan & Irrunytju Band)
Oct. 7: Kuranda Amphitheatre, Cairns, QLD (w/ Urthboy)
Oct. 10: Townsville Ent. Centre, Townsville, QLD (w/ Urthboy)
Oct. 12: Great Western Hotel, Rockhampton, QLD (w/ Urthboy)
Oct. 14: Big Pineapple Fields, Sunshine Coast, QLD (w/ The Living End & Jebediah)
Oct. 15: Riverstage, Brisbane, QLD (w/ The Jezabels)
Oct. 17: Riverstage, Brisbane, QLD (w/ TBA)
Oct. 19: Hockey Fields, Coffs Harbour, NSW (w/ Jebediah & Jack River)i
Oct. 21: Hope Estate, Hunter Valley, NSW (w/ Birds of Tokyo & Ash Grunwald)
Oct. 24: AIS Arena, Canberra, ACT (w/ Something For Kate)
Oct. 26: The Village Green Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, SA (w/ Spiderbait & Bad//Dreems)
Oct. 28: Perth Arena, Perth, WA (w/ Spiderbait)
Nov. 1: Derwent Entertainment Centre, Hobart, TAS (w/ The Jezabels)
Nov. 3: Gateway Lakes, Wodonga, VIC (w/ The Living End)
Nov. 4: Hanging Rock, Mt Macedon, VIC (w/ John Butler Trio, Something for Kate)
Nov. 6: Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne, VIC (w/ The Jezabels & Adalita)
Nov. 8: Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne, VIC (w/ The Jezabels & Adalita)
Nov. 11: The Domain, Sydney, NSW (w/ John Butler Trio & A.B.Original)
Nov. 13: WIN Entertainment Centre, Wollongong, NSW (w/ Abbe May)
Nov. 17: The Doman, Sydney, NSW (w/ John Butler Trio & A.B.Original)




One Comment

  1. Tyler Snouffer

    C’mon Chicago bigger venue!!!

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