The Rubens | 0202 Album Tour
The Rubens | 0202 Album Tour

The Rubens | 0202 Album Tour

Odeon Theatre (Hobart, TAS)
Friday, 21 May 2021 7:30 pm
13 days away
18 Plus
Music
Rock

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The Rubens | 0202 Album Tour at Odeon Theatre (Hobart, TAS) on Friday, 21 May 2021
The Rubens are extremely excited to announce their biggest Australian tour to date: the Live In Life tour.

Supported by triple j, the 27-date run will see the five-piece play a combination of metro and regional venues from May through June in celebration of their infectious summer jam, ‘Live In Life’.

The past year has seen The Rubens travel to North America, UK and Europe for headline tours, perform and release their MTV Unplugged Live In Melbourne album, slay the main stage unveiling their collaboration with punk hip-hop star Vic Mensa at Splendour In The Grass, and, between all of that, bunker down to write and focus on new music.

As part of their Chucka Bucka's initiative, the Menangle Mad Men have also embarked on three regional tours in the past 18 months—and the Live In Life Tour is another tip of the hat to our music-loving friends who may not live near a city, with the band revisiting some old regional favourites as well as some new towns they've never played before, including Bundaberg, Warrnambool, Shepparton and more.

2018 proved to be a landmark year for The Rubens, which saw the release of their third album Lo La Ru, including hits ‘Never Ever feat. Sarah’ (2 x Platinum), ‘Million Man’ (Gold) and ‘God Forgot’, a mammoth headline tour across Australia, New Zealand, the United States and Europe and supporting P!NK on her massive 42-date sell out arena tour of Australia and New Zealand.