Scene News: Private Function reveal national run of shows with ‘Whose Tour Is It Anyway?’

Private Function announce huge national run, 
‘Whose Tour Is It Anyway?’

 “Private Function might just be strong contenders for the title of the best band in Australia right now… a group who use their platform to succeed in the rock world while simultaneously turning the genre back on itself and laughing at it.” – Rolling Stone


“When gigs are a distant memory, when strong anti-establishment sentiment ripples across the world, all you can do as an artist is to keep making art without distracting from the real issues at hand… Combine that with an affinity for taking the piss, and you’ve got yourself a foolproof method for turning heads.” – NME


“Known for their ferocity, whether it’s through their always-unexpected live shows, or in recording, where the group move with a pace that would leave you out of breath just from listening to it… There’s something that just makes them feel like the most brilliant, coolest people out there.” – Pilerats

Following on from the phenomenal success of their 2020 album release, Whose Line Is It Anyway?, which saw the band make their top ten ARIA chart debut and snag a European record deal with Spanish label FOLC Records, Australia’s titans of the main stage Private Function have today announced ‘Whose Tour Is It Anyway?’, the band’s largest tour run to date.

Private Function are indisputably the most entertaining rock’n’roll band in Australia right now. Renowned for their explosive live shows, livewire intensity and outrageous stage presence, nothing is off-limits when Private Function hit the stage, with the outfit consistently delivering fans a show they’d never have expected nor seen before.

Their recent stadium rock showdown at Sidney Myer Music Bowl, which featured gargantuan pyrotechnics, an electric chair and a very unfortunate Gobbledok, is a true testament to their wild, volatile and unparalleled live shows. If you haven’t caught the Private Function train yet, now is your chance.

Kicking off at Yours & Owls Festival in Wollongong in April and crisscrossing through the country before settling at the Corner Hotel in July, ‘Whose Tour Is It Anyway?’ will see the band fire up stages in major capital cities and regional centres, delivering tracks from their widely acclaimed album to fans across Australia.

Tickets to Private Function’s ‘Whose Tour Is It Anyway?’ are available now.

Private Function
Whose Tour Is It Anyway?

Sunday 18 April
Yours & Owls Festival, Woolongong

Saturday 8 May
Pelly Bar, Frankston

Saturday 15 May
Barwon Club, Geelong

Friday 28 May
The Eastern, Ballarat

Saturday 29 May
Lion Arts Factory, Adelaide

Thursday 3 June
Sooki Lounge, Belgrave

Friday 11 June
La La La’s, Wollongong

Saturday 12 June
Crowbar, Sydney

Sunday 13 June
Hamilton Station Hotel, Newcastle

Thursday 24 June
Miami Marketta, Gold Coast

Friday 25 June
Solbar, Sunshine Coast

Saturday 26 June
The Zoo, Brisbane (Early show)

Friday 2 July
The Corner Hotel, Melbourne


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