News August 14, 2018

Queens Of The Stone Age announce one-off Tassie charity gig

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Queens Of The Stone Age announce one-off Tassie charity gig
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Just two weeks out of their 13-date Australian tour, have announced a special concert at ’s Museum of Old and New Art () with all funds to go to charity.

“Playing Tasmania is special for me. I sit with Brody’s Mum and enjoy the wild, utterly Australian beauty,” vocalist Josh Homme said.

“I think Mona is a perfect example of Tassie individuality, so playing there is an honour. As a token of our appreciation, we will donate all proceeds to the Royal Hobart Hospital Children’s Ward.”

Due to the intimate nature of the gig (Mona’s Nolan Gallary has a capped capacity of 450 people), have implemented strict anti-scalping measures.

No physical tickets will be issued with a limit of two tickets per person. Entry will be via an email system which will involve a physical check in on the night.

The Tassie show will take place on Monday, September 3 with tickets on sale from 4pm, Thursday, August 16.

Queens Of The Stone Age’s Australian tour will be supported by and .

For more information and to buy tickets to the Tasmanian show, head here.

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