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Iron Maiden - The Future Past World Tour 2024
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  • Location: RAC Arena

This iconic British band are returning to Perth! IRON MAIDEN will be bringing THE FUTURE PAST TOUR to Perth next year! This will be their first return since the band touched down on Ed Force One in 2016 for their The Book of Souls Tour. THE FUTURE PAST TOUR, includes songs from the band’s most recent studio album Senjutsu, as well as 1986’s seminal album Somewhere In Time and other fan favourites. With Killswitch Engage joining them as special guests on the road, don’t miss your chance to see this iconic British band live at RAC Arena!

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SPIDERBAIT - Black Betty 20th Anniversary Tour
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  • Location: Astor Theatre

Iconic Aussie rockers Spiderbait are hitting the road for an extensive run of shows to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of their 2004 album, Tonight Alright and standout track, ‘Black Betty’.

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NE-YO - Champagne & Roses Tour
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  • Location: RAC Arena

Grammy award-winning R&B hitmaker, Ne-Yo, is returning to Perth's RAC Arena for his Champagne & Roses tour with special guest Lloyd. Ne-Yo boasts a music catalogue with over 23 billion streams globally. Catch this singer-songwriter, actor, entrepreneur and philanthropist for one night only, performing his chart-toppers live...including ‘So Sick’, ‘Closer’, ‘Miss Independent’, ‘Because of You’, ‘Sexy Love’ and more! Tickets on sale 11am Monday April 22 via Ticketek.

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Parkway Drive
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  • Location: RAC Arena

It’s been a long time coming, but Australian heavy metal pioneers Parkway Drive are finally coming home. Inarguably Australia's most successful heavy metal export, Parkway Drive formed in Byron Bay in 2003. The band will return to home soil this September for their first headline tour since 2018. They’ve been home since then but have exclusively headlined festivals, including Good Things 2019, Knight And Day in 2021, and performed at the inaugural Knotfest Australia in 2023. “Australia, it’s been a while. To be honest, it feels like forever,” Parkway Drive vocalist Winston McCall commented in a press release. “We didn’t plan it to be this way, but then again, we didn’t plan on making it this far in the first place. “So here it is, we’re finally back, with the biggest headlining tour we have done, anywhere, ever, full stop. A celebration of a 20-year journey of the roads we have walked through, the generations, to the path we still define, our own. 20 years, through blood, sweat and tears. Still Australian, still unbreakable. Australia, turn the fuck up and make us proud, this is one for the history books.”

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