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Flume announces 2022 Australian tour – here’s how to get tickets
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He’s conquered some of the biggest festival stages including Reading and Leeds, Coachella, Supersonic, Outside Lands, Splendour In The Grass, Lollapalooza and hosted incredible headline shows across the globe – now with his new album in hand Flume is bringing is ‘Palaces World Tour’ to Australian stages this year.
As one of Australia’s biggest-selling international touring artists Flume knows a thing or two about putting on a show, and if you witnessed any of his epic Coachella sets this year, you’ll know that his upcoming return home is going to be huge.
This tour announcement – marking his first live dates Down Under since 2019 – is in celebration of Flume’s upcoming new album Palaces. A record we’ll all get to hear this Friday.
Not one to ever do anything – albums or live performances included – by halves, Flume is bringing an incredible group of artists along for his upcoming tour dates.
Mesmerising Californian-based singer and producer Channel Tres will perform across all tour dates, while genre-bending mastermind Toro y Moi will feature on all dates, performing in Sydney and Brisbane and with a DJ set in Perth.
Local artist MAY-A, who performed with Flume onstage at Coachella, will perform in Perth and Sydney, and the prolific Caroline Polachek will also be a special guest in Sydney.
Flume 2022 Australia Tour Dates
- November 11, 2022, – Red Hill Auditorium, Perth WA
- November 16, 2022, – Riverstage, Brisbane QLD
- November 18, 2022, – The Dome Sydney Showground, Sydney NSW
Tickets go on sale to the general public from Thursday 26 May at 10am (local time)
Palaces follows his 2019 Grammy-nominated mixtape Hi This Is Flume , and 2016’s studio album Skin . That release hit #1 on the ARIA Album chart, #8 on the US Billboard 200, and won Flume a Grammy for ‘Best Dance/Electronic Album’.
After moving to NSW’s Northern Rivers after living in Los Angeles, Palaces sees Flume reconnecting with nature and collecting field recordings, the son of a horticulturist inspired by local wildlife.
When do tickets for Flume’s 2022 Australia tour go on sale?
- Artist Presale – Tuesday 24 May @ 10am (local time)
- Frontier Touring Presale – Wednesday 25 May @ 10am (local time)
- Spotify Presale – Wednesday 25 May @ 10am (local time)
- Laneway Presents Presale – Wednesday 25 May @ 10am (local time)
- General Public – Thursday 26 May @ 10am (local time)
How much do tickets cost?
- Perth – $119.00
- Brisbane – $119.00
- Sydney – $129.00 *Additional transaction, stadium levy and/or processing fees may apply.
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When is Flume bringing is Palaces World Tour to Australia?
Flume will bring his new album Palaces to venues around Australia in November and December 2023. Tickets are on sale via Ticketmaster.com.au.
When do tickets to Flume’s Australian tour go on sale?
Tickets to Flume’s Australian shows in November and December 2022 will go on sale to the general public from Thursday 26 May at 10am (local time). Tickets are on sale via Ticketmaster.com.au.
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Who will be supporting Flume on his 2022 Australia tour?
Caroline Polachek (Sydney only)
MAY-A (Perth and Sydney only)
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No, there are no VIP Packages on this tour.
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Flume will bring his new album Palaces to venues around Australia in November and December 2022. Tickets are on sale via Ticketmaster.com.au.
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Flume Adds New Shows To 2022 Australian Tour
By Tyler Jenke
Flume has expanded his upcoming Australian headline tour. Set to kick off in November, the globally-renowned producer has added new shows in Melbourne and Perth due to massive demand.
Flume will play additional headline dates at Perth’s Red Hill Auditorium on Saturday, 12th November, and Melbourne’s John Cain Arena on Friday, 25th November. Tickets to these new dates go on sale Thursday, 6th October.
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First announced back in May, Flume’s upcoming tour is in support of his third studio album, Palaces , which topped the US Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart and hit number three in the ARIA Top 50 Albums chart. The record was once again a collaborative effort for the Sydney artist, with appearances from Damon Albarn, Emma Louise, MAY-A, and Caroline Polachek.
His upcoming tour will be similarly collaborative, with Channel Tres, Toro y Moi, Vera Blue, and MAY-A scheduled to appear at various dates. Polachek, who was included in the original tour plan, announced her departure from the upcoming trek last month.
Flume – 2022 Australian Tour
- Friday, 11th November – Red Hill Auditorium, Perth, WA (with Channel Tres, Toro y Moi (DJ set) and MAY-A)
- Saturday, 12th November – Red Hill Auditorium, Perth, WA (with Channel Tres, Toro y Moi (DJ set) and MAY-A) NEW SHOW
- Wednesday, 16th November – Riverstage, Brisbane, QLD (with Channel Tres, Toro y Moi and MAY-A)
- Friday, 18th November – The Dome, Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney, NSW (with Channel Tres, Toro y Moi and MAY-A)
- Thursday, 24th November – John Cain Arena, Melbourne, VIC (with Channel Tres, Toro y Moi and MAY-A) SOLD OUT
- Friday, 25th November – John Cain Arena, Melbourne, VIC (with Channel Tres, Toro y Moi and MAY-A) NEW SHOW
- Wednesday, 30th November – Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide, SA (with Vera Blue)
- Friday, 2nd December – Regatta Grounds, Hobart, TAS (with Vera Blue)
Sign up for pre-sale to new shows now. Tickets on sale 6th October.
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Caroline Polachek, Toro Y Moi and more join the producer for his homecoming
Flume is set to return to his native Australia this coming November in support of his forthcoming third studio album, ‘Palaces’, which arrives this Friday (May 20).
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The tour, announced today (May 18), is largely slated for arenas and outdoor venues in most capital cities. The shows are also set to feature a rotating list of both local and international support acts – including collaborators Caroline Polachek and Toro Y Moi . The former sang on Flume’s song ‘Sirens’ , one of the singles from ‘Palaces’, while the latter was a collaborator on 2020’s ‘The Difference’ .
The tour is also set to feature rapper/producer Channel Tres , who is also part of Flume’s North American tour dates . On the local front, singers Vera Blue and MAY-A will also appear on various dates of the tour.
Blue sang on Flume’s 2019 single ‘Rushing Back’, which was a Top Ten hit in Australia. Newcomer MAY-A, meanwhile, will make guest appearances to sing ‘Say Nothing’ , the lead single from ‘Palaces’, at four of the six shows.
A full list of tour dates, as well as the line-ups for each show, is available below.
The ‘Palaces’ tour will mark Flume’s first Australian shows since 2019, when he headlined the Listen Out festival. His last headlining tour was in late 2016, in support of his second album ‘Skin’. Prior to the tour’s announcement, Flume had been announced as the headliner for the upcoming Spilt Milk festival in late November and early December.
The producer performed at Coachella last month, where he was joined by several special guests – including Damon Albarn , Beck , Vince Staples and the aforementioned Polachek. Albarn will appear on two ‘Palaces’ songs, including the already-released title track .
Tickets for Flume’s tour will go on sale next Thursday (May 26). Tickets and pre-sale information for each show is available from the Frontier Touring website .
Flume’s ‘Palaces’ Australian tour dates are:
NOVEMBER Friday 11 – Perth, Red Hill Auditorium (with Channel Tres, Toro y Moi DJ set and MAY-A) Wednesday 16 – Brisbane, Riverstage (with Channel Tres, Toro y Moi and MAY-A) Friday 18 – Sydney, The Dome at Sydney Showground (with Channel Tres, Caroline Polachek, Toro y Moi and MAY-A) Thursday 24 – Melbourne, John Cain Arena (with Channel Tres, Caroline Polachek, Toro y Moi and MAY-A) Wednesday 30 – Adelaide, Entertainment Centre (with Vera Blue)
DECEMBER Friday 2 – Hobart, Regatta Grounds (with Vera Blue)
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Flume is Bringing His World Tour to Australia This Year
After conquering some of the biggest festivals across the world, flume is bringing his huge world tour to australia at the end of this year., conor lochrie, conor lochrie's most recent stories.
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After conquering some of the biggest festivals across the world, Flume is bringing his huge Palaces World Tour to Australia at the end of this year.
The iconic musician and producer will visit Perth, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide, and Hobart throughout November and December, as well as stopping for three shows at Spilt Milk Festival . It will be his first live dates in his home country since 2019.
Flume is bringing along an impressive roster of special guests for the tour. Caroline Polachek , one of modern pop’s most experimental figures, will play in Sydney and Melbourne; acclaimed by everyone from Elton John to Tyler, the Creator, Channel Tres will appear at most shows; fresh off releasing his seventh studio album Mahal , chillwave legend Toro y Moi will perform in Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne, as well as holding a DJ set in Perth.
In Adelaide and Hobart, long-time Flume collaborator Vera Blue will bring some Australian flavour to the supporting slot. Rising Australian singer-songwriter MAY-A , who joined Flume onstage at Coachella, will also make several special appearances.
Tickets for all shows go on sale on Thursday, May 26th (10am local time). Fans can sign up for early access to the Frontier Pre-sale, which begins on Wednesday, May 25th (10am local time).
The tour announcement comes as Flume – real name Harley Streten – prepares for the arrival of his third studio album Palace , set for release on Friday, May 20th via Future Classic (pre-order here ). After living in the bustling Los Angeles for so long, the album marked a return to the nature of NSW’s Northern Rivers, the son of a horticulturist inspired by local wildlife.
Palace is the highly-anticipated follow-up to 2016’s Skin , which won Flume a Grammy for Best Dance/Electronic Album.
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Flume 2022 Australian Tour
Presented by Frontier Touring, Chugg Entertainment, Laneway Presents and triple j
With special guests Caroline Polachek, Channel Tres, Toro y Moi, Vera Blue & appearances from MAY-A
Friday, November 11th Red Hill Auditorium, Perth, WA* (18+/12+ permitted to attend with parent or legal guardian) Moshtix
Wednesday, November 16th Riverstage, Brisbane, QLD** (All ages) Ticketmaster
Friday, November 18th The Dome, Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney, NSW*** (16+) Ticketmaster
Thursday, November 24th John Cain Arena, Melbourne, VIC*** (All ages) Ticketek
Wednesday, November 30th Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide, SA**** (All ages) Ticketek
Friday, December 2nd Regatta Grounds, Hobart, TAS**** (18+) Oztix
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Saturday, November 26th Exhibition Park, Canberra, ACT
Saturday, December 3rd Victoria Park, Ballarat, VIC
Sunday, December 4th Doug Jennings Park, Gold Coast, QLD
*with Channel Tres, Toro y Moi (DJ set) and MAY-A **with Channel Tres, Toro y Moi and MAY-A ***with Channel Tres, Caroline Polachek, Toro y Moi and MAY-A ****with Vera Blue
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- Holdin' On / Drop the Game Play Video
- The Difference (with Toro y Moi ) Play Video
- ESCAPE (with KUČKA ) Play Video
- You & Me ( Disclosure feat. Eliza Doolittle cover) ( Flume Remix ) Play Video
- Insane Play Video
- Jasper's Song / Jasper's Song (Version 1) Play Video
- Smoke & Retribution (with KUČKA ) Play Video
- Is It Cold in the Water? ( SOPHIE cover) ( Flume & Eprom Remix ) Play Video
- Ecdysis Play Video
- Never Be Like You (with MAY‐A ) Play Video
- I Can't Tell Play Video
- Palaces Play Video
- Say Nothing (with MAY‐A ) Play Video
- MUD Play Video
- High Beams Play Video
- Wall Fuck Play Video
- Hyperreal (with KUČKA ) Play Video
- Voices (with KUČKA ) Play Video
- Sirens Play Video
- Daze 22.00 Play Video
- Highest Building Play Video
- HyperParadise ( Hermitude cover) ( Flume Remix ) Play Video
- Say It Play Video
- Ripple ( Sycco cover) (with Sycco ) Play Video
- Sleepless Play Video
- On Top Play Video
- Heater Play Video
- Tennis Court ( Lorde cover) ( Flume Remix ) Play Video
- Helix Play Video
- Get U / Slugger 1.4 [2014 Export.WAV] ( Extended Intro ) Play Video
- Rushing Back Play Video
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Flume announces first Aussie tour since 2019
Aussie DJ Flume has announced his first Down Under tour since 2019.
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Prepare yourselves, because Australian DJ Flume just announced that his ‘Palaces’ World Tour will be heading Down Under later this year.
It’s the first time this homegrown artist will have performed in Australia since 2019 – a great sign that the world is slowly getting back to normal.
Flume (born Harley Streten) will be joined in November and December by some pretty epic musical guests – from the US there will be rapper Channel Tres, and singers Caroline Polachek and Toro y Moi, as well as fellow Aussies Vera Blue and May-a.
If Flume’s 2022 Coachella performance is anything to go by, the tour will be something of a treat. As a festival first, he livestreamed using augmented reality (AR) to make millions of online viewers feel like they were really there – and the view was good.
The announcement comes in the lead-up to his upcoming 13-track new album Palaces , which you can get your hot little hands on come May 20.
There will be shows in Perth, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Hobart, with tickets going on sale on Thursday, May 26 at 10am local time, via Frontier Touring . You can sign up for early access on May 25, though.
Back in 2019, Flume famously – and controversially – mimed a sex act on his girlfriend while on stage at Burning Man.
The incident happened when a woman in the crowd held up a sign saying: “Does Flume even eat a**?”
What Flume did next quickly went viral, and in the wake of that, the musician posted on Instagram a cheeky photo of himself eating a peach with the caption: “It was a joke (sorry Mum).”
The post earned comments from many celebrities, including Paris Hilton who posted a peach and a laughing face emoji, while DJ Alison Wonderland simply wrote: “Iconic.”
Will he do anything as “iconic” this time around? Here’s hoping. Maybe the world is ready this time.
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Flume 2022 Australia Tour
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Already slated to appear at Spilt Milk Festival (Canberra, Ballarat, Gold Coast), Australian electronic superstar Flume will headline his own series of concerts in November-December (his first Oz shows since 2019).
Flume 2022 Tour Dates
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Flume is set to bring his new album Palaces to Australian stages with support from special guest collaborators this November/December.
The Aussie super-producer returns to Australia from November, headlining massive shows in Australia’s capital cities in addition to headlining Spilt Milk Festival .
These are Flume ‘s first live dates on Australian soil since 2019 and fans can comfortably welcome home Flume to perform his new album ‘Palaces’ alongside his world-class live production. ‘Palaces’ is out this Friday, 20th May, and this Flume tour is going to be one to remember. A roster of special guests will be on hand to accompany the Sydney producer. The likes of Caroline Polachek , Channel Tres and Toro Y Moi are listed as support acts, as well as Flume collaborators Vera Blue and MAY-A .
Tickets are up for grabs Thursday 26 May, 10am local time, and a pre-sale is happening from 25 May. View the dates below and more info here .
Flume ‘Palaces’ Australian Tour 2022
Friday, 11th November – Red Hill Auditorium, Perth with Channel Tres, Toro y Moi – DJ, MAY-A
Wednesday, 16th November – Riverstage, Brisbane with Channel Tres, Toro y Moi, MAY-A
Friday, 18th November – The Dome @ Sydney Showground, Sydney with Channel Tres, Caroline Polacheck, Toro y Moi, MAY-A
Thursday, 24th November – John Cain Arena, Melbourne with Channel Tres, Caroline Polacheck, Toro y Moi, MAY-A
Wednesday, 30th November – Entertainment Centre, Adelaide with Vera Blue
Friday, 2th December – Regatta Showgrounds, Hobart with Vera Blue
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The just-released seventh album Mahal, his first with Dead Oceans, is the boldest statement yet from South Carolina’s Chaz Bear – aka Toro y Moi , a musical mastermind who regularly spans genres. As a graphic designer, Bear has collaborated with Nike, Dublab and Van’s, while he’s recorded with Travis Scott, HAIM, and Caroline Polachek.
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With tickets selling fast to his first AU live dates since 2019 – Grammy winner Flume kicks off the Australian leg of his Palaces World Tour next month! The artist behind ubiquitous hits ‘ Never Be Like You ’, ‘ Say It ’, iconic remixes for Disclosure and Lorde , cult offerings ‘Hi, This Is Flume’ and more recently ‘Say Nothing’ and ‘Sirens’ (off new album Palaces) just got bigger, with two new shows announced: 2nd & final headline dates for Perth and Melbourne. With Flume’s previously announced Perth performance at Red Hill Auditorium on Friday 12 November selling fast, a 2nd show on Saturday 13 November has been added, making it two nights at the one-of-a-kind outdoor venue. Meanwhile, VIC fans can get excited with the news of a second show announced today for Friday 25 November at John Cain Arena (the previous night’s performance at the venue is now officially sold out).
Flume brings 'Palaces' World Tour to Australia this November/December 2022
He’s conquered festival stages across the globe: Reading and Leeds, Coachella, Supersonic, Outside Lands, Splendour In The Grass, Lollapalooza and many more. As one of Australia’s biggest-selling international touring artists, hundreds of thousands of fans worldwide have witnessed his epic, sensational stadium headline shows.
Now, Frontier Touring, Chugg Entertainment and Laneway Presents are thrilled to announce Flume will bring his ‘Palaces’ World Tour to Perth, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Hobart this November/December 2022, presented by triple j.
Today’s announcement of shows – Flume’s first live dates down under since 2019 – come in the lead-up to his upcoming 13-track new album Palaces, released May 20 via Future Classic (pre-order here ). After moving to NSW’s Northern Rivers after living in Los Angeles, Palaces sees Flume reconnecting with nature and collecting field recordings, the son of a horticulturist inspired by local wildlife. Led by singles ‘Sirens’ feat Caroline Polachek and ‘Say Nothing’ feat. MAY-A , Palaces follows his 2019 Grammy-nominated mixtape Hi This Is Flume, and 2016’s studio album Skin. That release hit #1 on the ARIA Album chart, #8 on the US Billboard 200, and won Flume a Grammy for ‘Best Dance/Electronic Album’. His massively successful self-titled debut landed back in 2012.
Tickets for all shows go on sale Thursday 26 May (10am local time) via www.frontiertouring.com/flume . Sign up for early access to the Frontier Pre-sale, which starts Wednesday 25 May (10am local time).
Those who tuned in to watch Flume (born Harley Streten) conquering Coachella last month – get a taste of that here – saw a festival first, his livestream utilising augmented reality (AR) and seen by millions of viewers. A star-studded line-up of guests joined Flume on stage, including Damon Albarn, Beck, Toro Y Moi, Vince Stapes, Kučka, Tove Lo, May-A and Caroline Polachek (watch ‘Siren’s’ live at Coachella here ) … several of who also appear on the new LP.
Racking up billions of streams, for the past decade Flume has dominated the music world with his hypnotic and abstract compositions that awaken the senses, always making his collaborations shine. Supporting Flume on the road in Nov/Dec are these very special guests (in alphabetical order):
Since her 2019 album Pang, Caroline Polachek has been steadily releasing some of pop’s most forward-thinking and influential music. Her single ‘Bunny Is A Rider’ was named #1 song of 2021 by Pitchfork and she was previously in the much-loved indie band Chairlift. In addition to her artist career, she has written and produced songs for Beyoncé and Charli XCX, to name a few. (Syd, Melb only)
Channel Tres grew up in Compton, California, and blew the roof off clubs on his third consecutive tour of Australia back in 2020. Name-checked by Sir Elton John and Tyler the Creator, Tres’ mesmerising music, movement and energy can be heard on his latest hot offering, ‘Acid In My Blood’ (Perth, Bris, Syd, Melb shows)
The just-released seventh album Mahal , his first with Dead Oceans, is the boldest statement yet from South Carolina’s Chaz Bear – aka Toro y Moi , a musical mastermind who regularly spans genres. As a graphic designer, Bear has collaborated with Nike, Dublab and Van’s, while he’s recorded with Travis Scott, HAIM, and Caroline Polachek. (Perth – DJ set, Bris, Syd & Melb)
Long-time Flume collaborator Vera Blue is an electro pop powerhouse, critically lauded across the country for her exhilarating sound, heard on singles such as the smash hits ‘Temper’ and ‘Lie To Me’ , tracks smashed across triple j and streaming platforms (Adelaide, Hobart only)
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Local artist MAY-A , who joined Flume onstage in Coachella and provided guest vocals on ‘Say Nothing’ (Perth, Bris, Syd & Melb)
Flume’s talent knows no bounds, his ambition to grow sonically, endless. Currently on tour across the USA to sell-out crowds, don’t miss him live on stage this November/December!
WORLD TOUR COMING TO AUSTRALIA IN NOV & DEC 2022
JOINED BY SPECIAL GUESTS CHANNEL TRES, TORO Y MOI, VERA BLUE, WILLO + APPEARANCES BY MAY-A See tour dates for special guests at your show.
He’s conquered festival stages across the globe: Reading and Leeds, Coachella, Supersonic, Outside Lands, Splendour in the Grass, Lollapalooza and many more. As one of Australia’s biggest-selling international touring artists, hundreds of thousands of fans worldwide have witnessed his epic, sensational stadium headline shows.
Now, Frontier Touring , Chugg Entertainment and Laneway Presents are thrilled to announce Flume will bring his World Tour to Perth, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Hobart this November/December 2022, presented by triple j. The announcement of shows – Flume’s first live dates down under since 2019 – come in the lead-up to his upcoming 13-track new album Palaces , released May 20 via Future Classic.
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E ven if he hadn’t announced it multiple times, Flume’s ear-to-ear grin during his Sydney show made it clear he was delighted to be back performing in his hometown. Or maybe he was just really excited about the surprise he had planned for the encore.
Discounting his performances at the electronic festival Listen Out in 2019, it’s been six years since producer Harley Streten’s last national solo tour, which included two shows at Sydney’s 21,000-capacity Qudos Bank Arena. But in the years since Flume’s platinum-selling, award-winning sophomore album Skin and its subsequent tour – with lead single Never Be Like You also topping Triple J’s 2016 Hottest 100 – the producer has quietly turned against stadium success.
While still releasing a set of festival singalong glitch-pop and hip-hop collaborations, mostly as standalone singles, both Flume’s 2019 mixtape Hi This is Flume and 2022 album Palaces push back with some of his most experimental, anti-commercial radio production yet. These cold, spacious metallic works have more in common with Arca or the late Sophie than the EDM and future-bass DJs more commonly associated with Flume.
Before Streten took to the stage, there was uncertainty in the air. The venue – Homebush’s 10,000-capacity Dome and the attached Exhibition Halls – took time to fill up. The ravers no doubt questioned if they had cracked their glowsticks too early during Toro y Moi and Channel Tres – two Californians whose respective psych-funk and laid-back house sets are high quality, but not necessarily high BPM.
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Any lethargy dissipated instantly when Streten arrived between two panels mid-stage, donning a motorcycle suit and twisting knobs to rev an engine into overdrive. Allaying fears that the Palaces tour wouldn’t deliver old faithfuls, Flume kicked off with early career hit Holdin On and a D&B remix of Drop the Game, before bringing back Toro for their collab The Difference.
Continually hopping between eras kept a sense of momentum and unpredictability. Streten mixed in deep cuts alongside fan-favourite remixes, including his dubstep take on Disclosure’s You and Me and a glitched-out version of Lorde’s Tennis Court. Frequent collaborator Kučka and Say Nothing singer May-a repeatedly ran out for their tracks and to fill in for other female vocalists – the notable exception being Palaces track Sirens, which saw US singer Caroline Polachek, who pulled out of a tour-wide support slot to focus on her second solo album, projected on to the back screen.
Relative newcomer May-a was particularly enthusiastic, jumping and twirling across the stage; the screens showed Flume continually beaming too. The cameraperson’s willingness to zoom on to audience members showed the crowd was on his level, if not beyond it.
And why wouldn’t they be? Across 90 minutes, Flume fit in more than 25 tracks – some truncated, though never awkwardly – from across his career. This is a carefully considered best-of set, which Streten’s frequent dancing makes clear (his knob-pressing and button-tapping reserved for more in-the-moment embellishments than live mixing), as do the many visual and lighting cues.
Longtime collaborator Jonathan Zawada’s visuals could never be called subtle; on the back screen, technicolour ibises spewed forth lava, eyes floated through neon landscapes, demons watched over the crowd. But he and Flume both know when to overwhelm and when to pare back. Just as often as we zoom through nonsensical graphs about pharmaceutical companies selling fake Viagra, the stage will be all shadows, smoke and silhouettes and then sometimes nothing at all. While Streten flirted with performance art in his 2019 live shows, breaking flower pots and playing with wheel grinds while his music played without his input, this set is more straightforward. A series of white palace arches are pushed around behind Streten to make a new set for Zawada’s visuals, gesturing towards Flume’s ever-shifting sonic palate.
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When it came to an encore, it was unclear what was left from Flume’s catalogue that could fill the spot. Something old? Something new? Turns out, both: that morning, Flume and Toro had covered Australian dance duo Bag Raiders’s 2008 hit Shooting Stars for Triple J’s Like a Version series .
Just as they did at the Triple J studios, Toro took vocals, Streten took saxophone – the first time he’s ever played the instrument during a show – and the late bodybuilder Zyzz’s brother Chestbrah took centre stage, muzzing out. The crowd lost it in a way they hadn’t even for his biggest hit, screaming, swearing and sweating with a last dash of energy. Flume knows what we want: what a flex.
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Floating Points, Jon Hopkins, Tinashe, Channel Tres, Magdalena Bay, and Jim-E Stack will all take turns opening
Flume is set to return on May 20th with his first album in six years, Palaces . To support the release, the Australian producer has mapped out the first leg of an extensive world tour.
The North American portion of the tour will take place between festival appearances at Coachella and Bonnaroo . For these headlining dates, Flume will be joined by an all-star cast of opening acts, including Floating Points, Jon Hopkins, Tinashe, Channel Tres, Magdalena Bay, and Jim-E Stack.
A ticket pre-sale begins Friday 15th at 10:00 a.m. local time, with a public on-sale following on February 18th via Ticketmaster . Fans can get early access to tickets by signing up on Flume’s website .
Flume 2022 Tour Dates: 04/14 – Las Vegas, NV @ Downtown Las Vegas Events Center ^# 04/16 – Indio, CA @ Coachella Music Festival 04/23 – Indio, CA @ Coachella Music Festival 05/23 – Madison, WI @ The Sylvee &# 05/26 – Minneapolis, MN @ Armory ^# 05/27 – Chicago, IL @ Aragon Ballroom !# 05/28 – Chicago, IL @ Aragon Ballroom !# 05/31 – Toronto, ON @ RBC Echo Beach %# 06/02 – Detroit, MI @ Masonic Temple Theatre ^# 06/03 – Cleveland, OH @ Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica *# 06/04 – Columbus, OH @ Kemba Live! *# 06/05 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE *# 06/08 – Washington, DC @ The Anthem +~ 06/10 – Philadelphia, PA @ Skyline Stage at the Mann Center +~ 06/12 – Raleigh, NC @ Red Hat Amphitheater +~ 06/15 – Orlando, FL @ Orlando Ampitheater +~ 06/18 – Manchester, TN @ Bonnaroo Music Festival 09/06 – Morrison, CO @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre 09/07 – Morrison, CO @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre
^ = w/ Floating Points # = w/ Chrome Sparks & = w/ Tkay Maidza ^ = w/ Channel Tres ! = w/ DJ Seinfeld % = w/ Jon Hopkins * = w/ Magdalena Bay + = w/ Tinashe ~ = w/ Jim-E Stack
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Flume will plays concerts and festivals all over the world on his 2022 Palaces tour.
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The party can officially begin.
DJ and EDM superstar Flume is taking off on his Palaces Tour starting May 23 that will take him to venues and festival grounds all over the world this year .
Flume’s international jaunt comes on the heels of the recent release of his “Palaces” album which NME says , “(reaches) new heights” for the artist.
While on tour, Flume will stop into New York’s Governors Ball (June 10-12), Manchester, Tennessee’s Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival (June 16-19), Rothbury, Michigan’s Electric Forest Music Festival (June 23-26), San Francisco’s Portola Festival (Sept. 24-25) and Austin City Limits (Oct. 7-9 & 14-16).
At his headlining gigs, he’ll be joined by special guests Magdalena Bay, Channel Tres, Tkay Maidza, DJ Seinfeld, Chrome Sparks and many more on select dates.
Now, if you want to get down to Flume’s glorious beats, here’s everything you need to know.
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Once flume was on, he was great, but he didn't start until 9.20 and myself and my friend were standing waiting for him from 7, thinking he'd start at 8/8.30, and as we had to get the last train back to where we live (which is outside of London where the concert was), we had to leave at 10.20 and so we missed the end of the show. I was especially surprised at the late start seeing as it was a work day and I expect lots of people had to go to work/school the next day. If it was a Saturday, I'd have understood more.
I feel like I somewhat didn't get the experience I was hoping for, and I know I wasn't the only one as people started booing at around 9 when he still wasn't out and the second support act had finished 15 minutes before hand.
Overall, flume was awesome, but the wait was ridiculous and annoying, and made us miss the end of the show.
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I have been to a lot of gigs and concerts in my life however The experience of seeing Flume was off the richter. Vince Staples was the lead in act and he was totally out there !
The theatre and drama of Flume building the beginning of his set was just stunning with a huge sheer curtain cascading down at the first big drop of his first song. The entire huge, mosh area and stadium was just heaving to The Top and Lose It, however when Like You came on everyone was up on their feet singing and dancing, their love for Flume was overwhelming.
His special guests of Kuscka and Vince again on Smoke and Retribution was just awesome.
The graphics, lighting and smoke machines with live shots of Harley out of focus just added to this edgy performance. Flume aka Harley is so humble and came out to thank his hometown crowd, in which they repricprocated in spades.
He came back on stage after a deafening audience willed him back on to recreate Like a Version he performed on Triple J. Three more songs and the crowd was satiated. Easily the best concert I've been to with out of towners abuzz about it the next day. Love love Flume. I will be at his next concert, that's a certainty.
I saw Flume last at the Roundhouse earlier this year. That was a far better experience, which is a shame as this had so much potential.
The soundsystem was no match for the venue. I could speak without shouting and be heard, with the higher range of the music echoing and the bass booming. Flume's sound should totally envelope you and this just didn't happen. Much of what he was doing on stage was totally lost on us.
Likewise, Flume did not treat us to any tracks off the upcoming EP, which was a missed opportunity.
That said, he has vastly improved in engaging with the crowd and he did have a few treats in store. The mixing was true to his vision of his gigs being more of a "theatrical" experience. Rather than being 100% all the time, he gave us highs and lows that us longtime fans recognise as his signature.
Venue was well organised.
Overall 5/10. Good but not spectacular, expected more.
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