Gang Of Four Announce New Australian Dates Following Tour Postponement Due To Illness

Gang Of Four Announce New Australian Dates Following Tour Postponement Due To Illness

Seminal punk rock outfit Gang Of Four have announced new dates for their Entertainment! album 40th anniversary tour.

Founding member Andy Gill was hospitalised due to a chest infection late last month, with the band forced to cancel the final show of their North American tour.

The band have now announced their upcoming Australian tour, which was set to kick off in Perth next week, has now been rescheduled for November. Organisers have shared that all tickets will remain valid for the new dates.

The British rockers helped shape punk and beyond, releasing their seminal debut full-length in the 1979 (featuring hits like At Home He’s A Tourist and Damaged Goods) before a slew of other albums, EPs and more. They’ll perform the iconic album in full and other hits, including fan favourites What We All Want, Paralysed, To Hell With Poverty and material from their eighth and latest studio record, What Happens Next.

The tour kicks off in Perth on 2 November before hitting Adelaide, Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne; head to theGuide for more info.