The Living End are finishing up 2013 with a few killer shows, as well as starting off the year with a bang and performing at Summernats in 2014.
Saturday 16th November sees them hit Wakesessions, the biggest and cable wake boarding event ever held in Australia. The Festival goes all weekend with The Living End playing Saturday night. Hosting a great lineup including PEZ, Dune Rats, Loon Lake and more.
The Living End are playing Queenscliff Music Festival Friday 22nd November. QMF has a stellar bill this year that goes over the entire weekend, Have a look at the schedule here.
As soon as The Living End load out from QMF, they jump on a plane to Queensland to hit up the FMX Summer Jam at Eatons HIll on Saturday 23rd November, It's going to be a day and night of extreme sports and killer Aussie bands, with Violent Soho, PEZ, and more.
“Rock’n’roll and tough cars have a lot in common, they both turn the adrenalin up to 11! We're looking forward to bringing them together this summer in Canberra for the Summernats,” - Scott Owen
Kicking off 2014 The Living End will be playing Summernats 27 which attracts over 100,000 car enthusiasts over the 4 day event. The Living End will be setting off the event headlining the main stage on Friday 3 January.
THE LIVING END TOUR DATES:
Saturday November 16 - Wakesessions, Mackay - more info here
Friday November 22 November - Queenscliff Music Festival, Queenscliff- more info here
Saturday 23 November - FMX Summer Jam, Eatons Hill- more info here
Friday 3 January - Summernats, Canberra - more info here
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