The Smith Street Band today announce upcoming shows in QLD, NSW and ACT are being postponed until February 2022. All tickets will remain valid for the new dates. Shows in VIC, SA, WA and TAS are still planned to go ahead in 2021. The band have also announced the addition of extra shows in Canberra and Hepburn Springs.

In what will be the band’s first regular tour since they released Don’t Waste Your Anger, their fifth studio album which landed triple j Feature and scored the band their first #1 ARIA Album, the tour coincides with the ten year anniversary of the release of debut album No One Gets Lost Anymore

A band with a reputation for constant touring, The Smith Street Band spent much of the last 18 months keeping as busy as possible: releasing a studio album, three live albums, and lead singer Wil Wagner put out a solo album and re-released an old demo collection. With all six releases landing in the ARIA Album charts. 

Joining The Smith Street Band on the upcoming run are Melbourne newcomers Money Boys. A band just starting out but already making a statement. Money Boys recently released their debut EP No Wealth But Life, recorded with producer Greg Rietwyk (Press Club’s guitarist) at his studio under Melbourne’s iconic Westgate Bridge. 


Friday September 24 – The Forum, Melbourne 
Saturday October 2 – The Gov, Adelaide 
Sunday October 3 – The Gov, Adelaide (AA)
Friday October 8 – Astor Theatre, Perth (AA)
Saturday October 9 – Wintersun, Geraldton 
Saturday October 16 – The Forth Pub, Forth 
Thursday October 21 – Palais, Hepburn Springs
Friday October 22 – Palais, Hepburn Springs – SOLD OUT

Wednesday February 2 – The Cambridge, Newcastle
Thursday February 3  – Entrance League Club, Central Coast 
Friday February 4 – Enmore Theatre, Sydney (AA)
Saturday February 5 – UOW Unibar, Wollongong
Friday Feb 11 – Kambri, Canberra
Saturday Feb 12 – Kambri, Canberra 
Thursday February 17 – Miami Marketta, Gold Coast 
Friday February 18 – Eleven Dive Bar, Sunshine Coast – SOLD OUT
Saturday February 19 – Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane (AA)

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