Information for customers on rescheduled and cancelled events
Information for customers on rescheduled and cancelled events

Although initially delayed by venue closures and coronavirus precautions, Brissy punks WAAX have today announced they are still most definitely be hitting the road with last year's debut album, Big Grief.

“Our sights are set on getting this tour off the ground as soon as we can," says frontwoman Maz De Vita.

"Performing and connecting with our community is deep in our DNA and having to postpone was the hardest thing for us. We can't wait for this shit storm to end so we can bring the fam back together.”

Originally slated for March, the five-piece will now kick off the run on 8 October in Fremantle.

For more info, head to theGuide.

For more information about how COVID-19 is impacting the music industry, follow the link here.

WAAX is managed by Handshake Management, a related company of Handshake Media and owners of this website

Bugs, WAAX
08.10.20
Mojo's Bar, North Fremantle
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Bugs, WAAX
09.10.20
Rosemount Hotel, North Perth
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10.10.20
Lion Arts Factory, Adelaide
Bugs, WAAX, Semantics
29.10.20
The Tivoli, Fortitude Valley
Bugs, WAAX, Semantics
30.10.20
Solbar, Maroochydore
Eat Your Heart Out, WAAX, Semantics
31.10.20
Kingscliff Beach Hotel, Kingscliff
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Bugs, WAAX, Semantics
05.11.20
Metro Theatre, Sydney
Bugs, WAAX, Semantics
06.11.20
Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle West
Bugs, WAAX, Semantics
07.11.20
Towradgi Beach Hotel, Towradgi
Bugs, WAAX, Semantics
11.11.20
Sooki Lounge, Belgrave
Bugs, WAAX, Semantics
12.11.20
The Croxton, Thornbury
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Bugs, WAAX, Semantics
13.11.20
Uni Bar, Sandy Bay
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