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Secret Sounds Presents

Bloc Party

with Haiku Hands

Saturday 24 November 2018 (opening 6:30pm)

at Red Hill Auditorium ( venue info )
LOT 2, TOODYAY RD, RED HILL WA
https://www.redhillgigs.com.au

PLEASE NOTE: TICKETS STRICTLY AVAILABLE ONLINE ONLY. THESE TICKETS ARE NOT AVAILABLE AT RETAIL STORES
WHERE THE EVENT HAS NOT SOLD OUT, DOOR SALES WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE VENUE ON SHOW DAY.

All Ages 10+ Event

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18+ General Admission $99.50



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Under 18 General Admission $99.50

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•Bus Departs pub one hour before doors.
•Bus leaves venue 20 mins after show.
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As fans find the opportunity to take a refreshing dip back into the angular guitars and lovelorn lyrics of Bloc Party’s classic debut album Silent Alarm too good to pass up, their imminent tour is building into one of the most anticipated runs of 2018.


Now heading to Adelaide for a huge show at Thebarton Theatre, the band have expanded their Australian visit as they celebrate a record described by the NME as “one of the best of all time”.


Further incentive for a foray back into the not-so-distant past will be provided by newly announced support Haiku Hands. Known for their ability to bend genres at will, these Sydney-bred superstars are elite talents. Bringing together hip hop, pop, electronic, dance and disco, their sound will complement the jagged rhythms and disparate electro elements of Silent Alarm to a tee.


Tickets to already announced shows on this tour are being snapped up with frenzied excitement – so much so that a second engagement at Hordern Pavilion in Sydney has quickly been added. Other states are not far behind.


It stands to reason that this tour would generate such excitement as the quality and timelessness of an album like Silent Alarm cannot be questioned. Emerging from a post-Strokes world in 2004, Bloc Party were a band with a knack for centimetre perfect depictions of love, life and helplessness.


Led by the impassioned yelp of Kele Okereke, they drove incisions into the bedrock of indie song-craft with tunes like Like ‘Eating Glass’, ‘Helicopter’, ‘Positive Tension’ and ‘Banquet’.


Ageing as well as anything released in the past two decades, the record sounds as crucial today as it did on release 13 years ago. It chronicled everything from all night rave ups to desolate break ups, always with one misty eye on a hopeful future.


Bloc Party are Kele Okereke (vocals, guitar), Russell Lissack (guitar), Justin Harris (bass) and Lousie Bartle (drums)  


BLOC PARTY PERFORMING SILENT ALARM IN FULL 


WED 21 NOV – THEBARTON THEATRE – ADELAIDE NEW SHOW


SAT NOV 24 – RED HILL AMPHITHEATRE - PERTH


TUE NOV 26 – MARGARET COURT ARENA – MELBOURNE


THU 29 NOV – HORDERN PAVILION – SYDNEY NEW SHOW


FRI NOV 30 – HORDERN PAVILION – SYDNEY SOLD-OUT


SAT DEC 01 – RIVERSTAGE – BRISBANE

This is an all ages event.
* No-one under 10 is permitted - It’s loud, runs till late into the night and isn’t the place for kids.* 10-14 year-olds are permitted in the non-licensed area if accompanied by a parent but must remain with them at all times.* 15-17 year olds are permitted to come to the show but must remain in the non-licensed area at all times.* Intoxicated persons will not be admitted * No thongs or steel cap boots * The venue reserves the right to refuse admission to any person * Dangerous behaviour including Crowd Surfing, Stage Diving, Moshing and Violent Dancing is not allowed and will result in your immediate removal from this venue.