Marcus King at the Northcote Theatre FIRST SHOW – SOLD OUT
Bluesfest Touring announces another show for
MARCUS KING with special guests VINTAGE TROUBLE
Thursday 13 April 2023
Northcote Theatre, Melbourne
PRE-SALE from 12pm AEST Thursday 16 February 2023
ON SALE 12pm AEST from Monday 20 February 2023
REGISTER FOR PRE-SALE HERE:
Marcus King, The Enmore Theatre, 10 April – Tickets SELLING FAST!
MARCUS KING is one of the fastest rising artists. His ‘sold out’ first Australian tour in 2019, as well as the Covid-cancelled 2020 tour with its larger venues, only confirmed this. He returns for his second visit to Australia for Bluesfest Touring in April 2023. At 26 years of age, with a GRAMMY-nominated debut album under his belt, produced by Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys, he is showing maturity far beyond his years. Marcus King is a ‘KING’ of unparalleled performance prowess with a dynamic live show, switching from swaggering rock to supersonic soul. He’s just teased us with three singles from his new album ‘Young Blood’, which drops on 26th August.
VINTAGE TROUBLE Since forming in 2010, Vintage Trouble have become rock ‘n’ roll’s best-kept secret. Distilling swaggering rock, soulful blues, R&B grooves, and pop ambition into a bold and brash brew, the quartet—Ty Taylor [vocals], Nalle Colt [guitar], Rick Barrio Dill [bass], and Richard Danielson [drums]—have logged 3,000 shows across 30 countries on tour with divinities such as The Who, The Rolling Stones, AC/DC, Lenny Kravitz, and Bon Jovi, to name a few. Along the way, they’ve performed on Later… with Jools Holland, Jimmy Kimmel LIVE!, David Letterman, Conan, The View, and The Tonight Show in addition to receiving acclaim from New York Times, NPR, The Wall Street Journal, Billboard, Rolling Stone, and more.
About Bluesfest Touring
Bluesfest Touring showcases Bluesfest Byron Bay sideshows and Touring Artists.
Presenting the best international legendary and emerging artists from around the world in Rock, Blues, R&B, Soul, Folk, Punk, Hip-Hop, Reggae and Jazz at iconic venues across Australia each year.