Queens Of The Stone Age announce one-off Tassie charity gig
Just two weeks out of their 13-date Australian tour, Queens Of The Stone Age have announced a special concert at Tasmania’s Museum of Old and New Art (Mona) 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), Frontier Touring 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 C.W. Stoneking and The Chats.
For more information and to buy tickets to the Tasmanian show, head here.