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Bon Iver – originally a solo project from Justin Vernon, which has now evolved into a band with a revolving lineup of collaborators – is heading to Melbourne for the first time in 11 years for one night only at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl .

Bon Iver's  debut album  For Emma, Forever Ago introduced Vernon to a generation of indie-folk lovers back in 2008, and since then we've seen three more critically acclaimed albums, including 2019's  i,i. By channelling more of a lush, ambient soundscape vibe than a traditional indie-folk album, Bon Iver's success has delivered multi-Grammy award wins and collaborations with everyone from Kanye West to James Blake.

In addition to headline performances in Sydney and Brisbane as well as Melbourne, Bon Iver will be playing a swag of much-loved festivals including Mona Foma, Perth Festival and WOMAdelaide.  Buy tickets  via the website.

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Bon Iver will return to the stage this summer . The indie heavyweights will kick things off in Brisbane, Australia and Europe before making their way to the U.S. with stops in Madison, Seattle, and more cities before the grand finale at Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusetts for Beach Road Weekend.

Bon Iver returned to the stage for the first time in two years at Los Angeles’ YouTube Theater in 2021, following up the performance with a 2022 U.S. tour that spring.

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LIVE REVIEW: Bon Iver Leave Melbourne Breathless On Final Night Of Australian Tour

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After a cancelled 2021 tour and 11 years since their last Melbourne appearance, it's safe to say that anticipation for the American genre-bending folk troupe Bon Iver was palpable.

With four studio albums under their belt, a discography that traverses all aspects (and explorations) of the folk genre, Bon Iver left no thirst un-quenched as they stormed Melbourne on their second night of their all-encompassing, powerhouse of an appearance. With a two hour set list that trekked right through the Bon Iver discography; ticking off the For Emma, Forever Ago essentials with 'Skinny Love', the self titled opus of 'Holocene' and covering a hefty amount of 22, A Million and I,I - Bon Iver curated an evening that not only satiated every diehard fan craved, but created a show that will be talked about for years.

Melbourne local (and fellow Jagjaguwar records artist) Sophie Payten AKA Gordi , opened to the near full amphitheatre. With an anthemic folktronic arsenal, Gordi doesn’t shy away from wearing her heart on her sleeve and causing an emotional stir. Wielding autotune and vocal distortion as if she’s going into battle, Gordi transforms delicate folk tunes into a synth-heavy catharsis. She brought a set list comprising mostly fresh releases, including week old release 'Broke Scene', and singles from her latest album Our Two Skins, though a certain highlight of the set was undoubtedly a special rendition of 'I’m Done' with an onstage appearance of collaborator S.Carey (of Bon Iver ).

Gordi has perfected a float like a butterfly, sting like a bee songwriting style that truly shines on stage. With emotive ballards that could break hearts on an acoustic guitar, charged with the experimental distortion and awe-inspiring atmospheric synth work, Payten commands the mainstage attention she deserves - Gordi is at the top of her game.

A quick change over, and the unclothing of the sympathy of instruments that engrossed the stage, Bon Iver walked out to a deafening roar from the packed amphitheatre. The rain had well and truly settled in, but was no match for the energy radiating from the crowd - nothing could rain on this parade. Opening with their sophomore record intro, 'Perth' set a silence across the crowd. It set the pre-cursor to the energy of the genre-bending set, two hours of an otherworldly, captivating display of surreal sonic swells and tender acoustic moments, taking us on a comprehensive Bon Iver journey.

Six stations engulfed the stage as Justin Vernon , Sean Carey , Matthew McCaughan , Michael Lewis , Andrew Fitzpatrick and Jenn Wasner weaved a tapestry of aural magic, shrouded in one of the best lighting shows this writer’s seen at the Bowl. The septet lead us down the yellow brick road of their discography, covering all set-list musts including 'Holocene', '715 - CR∑∑KS', 'Hey, Ma' and of course the OG hit 'Skinny Love' ( with a special shoutout to the unreleased harmonic masterpiece, 'Heavenly Father').

Set to the backdrop of a light show that elevated each musical element, Bon Iver really came punching through. '666 ʇ' was the peak of this, with light walls, piercing spikes and electric washes covered the stage and audience, that danced along with some tight choreography. However, though these powerful moments shone with brightest lights, by contrast, the quieter moments really brought Justin Vernon eloquent lyricism and floating falsetto to the spotlight.

Strip the lights, the distortions and all the glitz and glamour, we’re left with Vernon and his keys. An acoustic '00000 Million' cut through the ‘hear a pen drop’ crowd, that really shows off his mastery of tension. The delicate penmanship this man is capable of really does shine brightest in the softest moments. I refuse to confirm or deny if tears fell from my eyes, please talk to my lawyers.

It’s the feeling you have when staring at a sunset, or at the star-lit sky. It’s the feeling you have in the waiting room of a hospital, it’s the feeling you have with a cup of tea on the front porch. Bon Iver has found a way to create a soundtrack to melancholy. Whether it’s references to geological epochs ('Holocene') or religion ('33 "GOD"') or a near-apocalyptic commentary on climate change ('Jelmore') Bon Iver has an undercurrent of grandeur that permeates each track.

There’s something larger than life about each morceau they create and this feeling is palpable in concert. The light show, the wall of sound, the multitude of layers that echo through the amphitheatre, Bon Iver create a sensory overload that engulfs you, leaving you feeling disoriented. Though this is in no way a nauseating disorientation, it’s a comforting bewilderment. You find yourself lost in this music, in this moment, and you feel that connection with them, with us and all those around.

With their second Melbourne show seeing the end of their Australian tour (with the exclusion of their WOMAdelaide appearance), it’s hard to say when we’ll see them again, but after an experience like this, they have certainly satiated our hunger for the foreseeable future. A powerful exploration of the light and dark of songwriting, coupled with an incredible live expression, Bon Iver have certainly cemented themselves as one of contemporary’s greatest acts.If you are able to experience Bon Iver live, and I do emphasise that it is an experience, you will not regret it.

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Bon Iver Announce 2023 Australian Tour

The iconic indie-folk band are returning to australia for their first tour of the country since 2009, conor lochrie, conor lochrie's most recent stories.

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Iconic indie-folk band Bon Iver are returning to Australia for their first tour of the country since 2009.

In February and March of next year, Justin Vernon and co. will bring their unforgettable live performance to Sydney, Brisbane, and Melbourne. They’ll also play at several festivals while in the country, including WOMADelaide (see full dates below).

The Sydney show will be Bon Iver’s first time in the city following their four sold-out headline shows at the Sydney Opera House for VIVID Live in 2016, while it will be their first performances in Brisbane and Melbourne in 11 years.

Tickets for the tour go on sale to the general public on Friday, August 26th at 9am local time. Presale begins on Thursday, August 25th at 9am local time. With Bon Iver’s last Australian tour selling out in just over 48 hours before it was cancelled due to COVID-19, tickets for their upcoming tour are expected to sell quickly again.

After first emerging in 2008 with the masterful For Emma, Forever Ago , Bon Iver have been one of the most acclaimed acts of the last two decades, with Vernon rightly hailed as one of the greatest songwriters of his generation.

Their last three albums have reached the Top 10 of the ARIA Albums Chart, with 2011’s self-titled album also being certified platinum in Australia. Bon Iver’s last album, I, I , was released in 2019, earning four nominations at the 2020 Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year.

 Bon Iver 2023 Australian Tour

Presale begins Thursday, August 25th (9am local time) General tickets on sale Friday, August 26th (9am local time)

Friday, February 17th Aware Super Theatre, Sydney, NSW

Tuesday, February 21st MONA FOMA, Hobart, TAS

Sunday, February 26th Perth Festival, Perth, WA

Thursday, March 2nd Riverstage, Brisbane, QLD

Saturday, March 4th Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne, VIC

Friday, March 10th WOMADelaide, Adelaide, SA

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Bon Iver Announce Summer 2023 Tour Dates

By Allison Hussey

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Bon Iver have announced a handful of new summer tour dates. Justin Vernon and company will perform a handful of shows in Montana, Utah, and the Pacific Northwest in August. See all of those dates with the rest of Bon Iver’s 2023 tour itinerary below.

Since 2019’s i,i , Vernon has re-joined Aaron Dessner for another Big Red Machine record, 2021’s How Long Do You Think It’s Gonna Last . Last year, Vernon, Dessner, and the rest of the National shared the new song “ Weird Goodbyes ,” after Vernon’s 2021 song for Don’t Look Up , “ Second Nature .” Vernon has collaborated on other new material with Taylor Swift, Ethan Gruska , Brittany Howard, and Aero Flynn , joining Lonnie Holley, too, on “Kindness Will Follow Your Tears” from the forthcoming album Oh Me Oh My .

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03-02 Brisbane, Australia - Riverstage 03-04 Melbourne, Australia - Sidney Myer Music Bowl 03-05 Melbourne, Australia - Sidney Myer Music Bowl 03-10 Adelaide, Australia - WOMADelaide 06-02 Berlin, Germany - Tempelhof Sounds 06-04 Paris, France - We Love Green 06-08 Copenhagen, Denmark - Syd for Solen 06-10 Rättvik, Sweden - Dalhalla 06-14 Vienna, Austra - Open Air Arena Wien 06-15 Zurich, Switzerland - The Hall 06-17 Lido di Camaiore, Italy - La Prima Estate Festival 06-19 Bonn, Germany - Kunst!rasen 08-02 Duluth, MN - Bayfront Festival Park 08-04 St. Charles, IA - Hinterland Music Festival 08-05 Madison, WI - Breese Stevens Field 08-08 Bonner, MT - Kettlehouse Amphitheater 08-09 Ogden, UT - Ogden Amphitheater 08-11 Boise, ID - Outlaw Field at the Idaho Botanic Garden 08-12 Seattle, WA - Day in Day Out 08-12 Bend, OR - Hayden Homes Amphitheater 08-13 Seattle, WA - Day in Day Out 08-25-27 Martha’s Vineyard, MA - Beach Road Weekend

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The headline dates include shows in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne and will mark the outfit’s first national tour since 2009.

The mesmerising Bon Iver will return to Australian shores in February and March next year, gracing Aware Super Theatre, Sydney; Riverstage, Brisbane and Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne with their breathtaking live performance.

The highly anticipated Australian dates will mark the revered indie folk act’s first national tour since 2009; returning to Sydney for the first time following their four sold-out headline shows at the Sydney Opera House for VividLIVE in 2016, as well as their first performances in Brisbane and Melbourne in 11 years.

In addition to these headline performances, Bon Iver will be rounding out the tour playing some of the country’s most revered festivals, including MONA FOMA, Perth Festival and WOMADelaide.

Bon Iver Australian Tour Dates 2023

Friday 17 February 2023 – Aware Super Theatre, Sydney Tuesday 21 February – MONA FOMA, Hobart Sunday 26 February – Perth Festival, Perth Thursday 2 March 2023 – Riverstage, Brisbane Saturday 4 March 2023 – Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne Friday 10 March 2023 – WOMADelaide, Adelaide

Keep up with the latest music news, festivals, interviews and reviews  here .

Emerging in 2008, Justin Vernon released the debut album For Emma, Forever Ago under Bon Iver, introducing Vernon as one of the greatest songwriters of his generation and revealing a distinct sound – tethered to a season of contemplation and the crisp, heart-strung isolation of Winter.

EP Blood Bank followed in 2009 and then Bon Iver’s eponymous sophomore album in 2011, featuring a more frenetic Spring sound. The record topped album charts across the globe, hitting #2 in America and Australia and saw Bon Iver take home Grammy Awards for Best Alternative Music Album and Best New Artist.

2016’s critically acclaimed 22, A Million followed. “It was,” Vernon says, “our crazy energy Summer record” and was nominated for Best Alternative Music Album at the 2017 Grammy Awards.

Bon Iver returned in 2019 with i,i, garnering an ecstatic response upon its release as the outfit’s most expansive, joyful and generous album yet. i,i was recorded at Sonic Ranch in Texas, a tenure which brought Vernon to a calmed and creative state that he channelled into each of the album’s 13 songs. Singles were added straight onto global streaming and radio playlists while the band opened up more than ever before with in-depth interviews from Pitchfork, Zane Lowe, Annie Mac, Q and Uncut. The album was nominated at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards for Album of the Year and Best Alternative Music Album, as well as Record of the Year for track ‘Hey Ma’.

Bon Iver has evolved from a solo project of Justin Vernon’s to a band with a revolving lineup of collaborators. The core band for the i,i sessions included Sean Carey, Andrew Fitzpatrick, Mike Lewis, Matt McCaughan, and Justin Vernon with Rob Moose and Jenn Wasner, plus contributions from the likes of James Blake, Aaron and Bryce Dessner (The National), Bruce Hornsby, Velvet Negroni, Buddy Ross, Marta Salogni, Moses Sumney, the members of TU Dance, plus many more.

Bon Iver’s long list of notable collaborations continues as Vernon takes intimate, confessional indie folk into increasingly expansive and abstract realms. His early collaborations sprung from the opportunity to sing on Kanye West’s 2010 masterwork, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, which yielded an ongoing series of songs with the rapper and transformed Vernon into the world’s unlikeliest hip-hop impresario, with contributions to records by Travis Scott, Vince Staples and Eminem. 2020 saw Vernon join Taylor Swift for a duet on her indie-leaning opus, folklore as well as release singles ‘PDLIF’ and ‘AUATC’. Most recently, Bon Iver featured on Ethan Gruska’s ‘So Unimportant’.

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Known for their ability to capture both ambience and landscape in their remarkable music, Bon Iver is sure to soothe souls when they reach our shores in 2023. The last Australian tour announced for the band sold out in just over 48 hours – before it was cancelled due to COVID in 2020.

So, gather your nearest and dearest and get ready to pounce when tickets go on sale.

Pre-sale begins from 9am local on Thursday 25 August. Tickets with available to the general public from 9am Friday 26 August here .

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Bon Iver Announces Long-Awaited Australian Tour For 2023

This will be the band's first Australian national tour in 12 years.

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Indie heavyweights Bon Iver have announced their highly anticipated return to Australia in 2023. Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane have scored intimate stadium shows but the band will also perform at some coveted music events including Hobart’s MONA FOMA festival and Adelaide’s WOMADelaide. The iconic indie-folk outfit led by Justin Vernon were meant to tour Australia in 2019 before the pandemic hit. Although they performed a sold out show in Sydney for the 2016 Vivid LIVE program, this will be the first time the band will perform in Melbourne and Brisbane in nearly 11 years. The band is set to play in all major Australian cities including Melbourne, Sydney, Hobart, Perth, Brisbane and Adelaide.

Bon Iver Australia Tour 2023

Consistently hailed as one of the great acts of the last two decades, Bon Iver have many accolades under their belt. Since their 2008 debut with Emma, Forever Ago the band has gone on to win both commercial and critical acclaim and two Grammy Awards for their eponymous album Bon Iver .

Australia tour dates:

  • Sydney, Aware Super Theatre — February 17, 2023
  • MONA FOMA, Hobart — February 21, 2023
  • Perth Festival, Perth — February 26, 2023
  • Riverstage, Brisbane — March 2, 2023
  • Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne — March 4, 2023
  • WOMADelaide, Adelaide — March 10, 2023

Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, August 26 with a pre-sale for Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane starting on August 25. Get the details here .

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Bon Iver is on their way to Australia for their first national tour in 14 years with the trailblazing indie rock act hitting stages across Sydney, Hobart, Perth, Brisbane, Melbourne and Adelaide in February and March of 2023.

The tour will kick off on Friday, February 17 in Sydney at the Aware Super Theatre next to the ICC Sydney. Brisbane and Melbourne will also receive standalone shows on the tour — Melbourne's first Bon Iver show in 11 years — with shows popping up at the Riverstage on Thursday, March 2 and Sidney Myer Music Bowl on Saturday, March 4.

There will also be three festival appearances on the tour — Tasmania's Mona Foma on Tuesday, February 21, Perth Festival on Sunday, February 26, and WOMADelaide Festival on Friday, March 10.

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Bon Iver is one of three acts revealed to be heading up next year's edition of WOMADelaide. Alongside the blissful falsetto of the Wisconsin band, Florence and the Machine and Gratte Ciel's Place des Anges will be appearing at the festival which is returning to Botanic Park in Adelaide between March 10 and 13. Florence will also be appearing in Perth, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Auckland throughout March as part of her world tour supporting her latest album Dance Fever .

It's exciting news for Bon Iver fans after the band was forced to pull out of a run of shows originally slated for 2020 due to the pandemic, as well as a headline appearance at the cancelled Bluesfest 2021 . This tour will mark the first time for Australian fans to catch Bon Iver's latest album i,i live and marks the influential artist's first return to Australian shores since a run of four sold-out shows at the Sydney Opera House as part of Vivid 2016 .

Presale tickets are available from 9am, Thursday, August 25 with the code JELMORE.

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Bon Iver's Australian tour will take place between Friday, February 17–Friday, March 10. Presale tickets will be on sale from 9am, Thursday, August 25 through Handseom Tours and general sale tickets will be available from 9am, Friday, August 26.

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They'll play eight dates through February and March

It's been so long since Bon Iver toured Australia.

That was all supposed to change in 2020, when they were all set to embark on their first full tour of the country since 2012 (they made a quick Sydney-only trip in 2016).

That tour was postponed to 2021, then cancelled as the world continued to grapple with COVID.

Now we can get excited all over again though, as the band announce their intention to return in February of 2023.

Few artists were as influential in setting the course for indie music in the 2010s as Bon Iver.

Justin Vernon first dazzled us with his deep and beautiful For Emma, Forever Ago in 2008, before expanding both his band and his sound to take his music to some extraordinary places.

It's been so long since we saw them and who knows when we'll get the chance again. So, don't miss your opportunity to see one of indie music's most influential and exciting artists when they return to Australia in 2023.

They will play huge headline shows in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, and will be a big part of the line-ups for the Hobart's MONA FOMA, Adelaide's WOMADelaide , and the Perth Festival.

Bon Iver play the following shows early next year:

Friday 17 February – Aware Super Theatre, Sydney

Saturday 18 February – Aware Super Theatre, Sydney

Tuesday 21 February – MONA FOMA, Hobart

Sunday 26 February – Perth Festival, Perth

Thursday 2 March – Riverstage, Brisbane

Saturday 4 March – Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne

Sunday 5 March – Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne

Friday 10 March – WOMADelaide, Adelaide

Tickets for all shows are on sale from Friday 26 August. 

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Bon Iver announce 2023 Australian tour dates

The six-date run will include shows tied in to next year’s Mona Foma, WOMADelaide and Perth Festival

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Bon Iver have announced an Australian leg for their current world tour, making up for a cancelled run of dates from last year.

  • READ MORE: How Bon Iver’s live sound design prioritises fan experience and “what goes into their ears”

The Justin Vernon -fronted act were initially scheduled to tour Australia in June of 2020; however, that run was pushed back by nine months when the COVID-19 pandemic began to take hold. The tour was then due to start in March 2021 – with Gordi and Stella Donnelly confirmed as support acts – but it was ultimately cancelled in November 2020 with the band “look[ing] forward to safer days ahead”.

Today (August 24), six Australian dates have been confirmed for the first quarter of 2023. The tour will begin in Sydney on Friday February 17, before heading to Hobart – where they will perform as part of next year’s MONA FOMA festival – on Tuesday February 21.

The band will then perform at the Perth Festival that Sunday (February 28), before returning to the east coast for shows in Brisbane and Melbourne. Rounding out the tour will be a set at next year’s WOMADelaide festival, where Bon Iver will take to the stage on Friday March 10.

Early bird tickets to WOMADelaide will be available here from 9am this Friday (August 26), while MONA FOMA tickets will go live here at the same time tomorrow (August 25). Ticketing details for next year’s Perth Festival are yet to be announced; however, it was noted in a press release that a pre-sale will begin here at 12pm tomorrow.

Meanwhile, tickets for the Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane shows will be available here starting at 9am this Friday, with a pre-sale kicking off here at the same time tomorrow.

Earlier this week, Bon Iver joined The National as a featured artist on ‘Weird Goodbyes’ , the lead single from the latter band’s upcoming ninth album . It followed the March release Bon Iver’s joint single with Ethan Gruska, ‘So Unimportant’ .

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Bon Iver’s 2023 Australian tour dates are:

FEBRUARY Friday 17 – Sydney, Aware Super Theatre Tuesday 21 – Hobart, Mona Foma Sunday 28 – Perth, Perth Festival

MARCH Thursday 2 – Brisbane, Riverstage Saturday 4 – Melbourne, Sidney Myer Music Bowl Friday 10 – Adelaide, WOMADelaide

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Following a sold-out tour back in 2009, Handsome Tours are proud to present dates for BON IVER in Adelaide, Melbourne and Brisbane. Melbourne fans should take special note that they will have the opportunity to see the band’s astonishing live performance in the city’s premier outdoor venue, The Sidney Myer Music Bowl, whilst Adelaide and Brisbane will be treated to what’s predicted to be one of the most acclaimed tours to hit Australian shores in 2012 in the wonderful confines of the Thebarton Theatre & Tivoli respectively.

Crafted over three years, Bon Iver debuted at No. 2 on the US and Australian charts, No. 4 in the UK, and No. 5 in New Zealand. The release received glowing reviews and solid airplay, including the coveted crown of a Triple J Feature Album. In the US, seminal music site Pitchfork rated the album 9.5 out of 10 and described it as “… flawless right up to its conclusion”.

Praise for Bon Iver:

“Vernon’s romantic streak throws throughout this self-titled album, an effort that will undoubtedly be among this year’s best” – Herald Sun

“Beautiful, complex and dripping in sincerity, Bon Iver’s long awaited new album is everything an album should be” – Sun Herald

“This album is an experience that not only equals but surpasses its predecessor, soundtracking pure and intense emotion in a way that is always redeeming” – Drum Media

“It’s exactly what you hope for from your favourite artists in their best moments—evolution, difficulty and, especially, something new” – The Vine

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Bon Iver Add Two Extra Shows To 2023 Australian Tour

By Tyler Jenke

A few days after announcing their long-awaited return to Australia, Bon Iver have added a pair of extra shows, one apiece in Sydney and Melbourne. The  forthcoming Australian visit  marks the Justin Vernon-led project’s first national tour since 2012.

In addition to headline shows in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne, the tour will include appearances at various festivals, including Perth Festival, Tasmania’s MONA FOMA and Adelaide’s WOMADelaide.

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Justin Vernon appears as a guest vocalist  on the new single from  The National , titled ‘Weird Goodbyes’, which arrived this week. Bon Iver’s most recent singles, ‘PDLIF’ and ‘AUATC’, came out in 2020; the band’s latest album,  i,i , came out in August 2019.

The group’s forthcoming tour will be their first visit to Australia since 2016, when they played four sold-out headline shows at the Sydney Opera House for Vivid LIVE. A planned return in 2021  was cancelled due to Covid uncertainty. The group will now perform a second show at Sydney’s Aware Super Theatre on Saturday, 18th February and a second show at Melbourne’s Sidney Myer Music Bowl on Sunday, 5th March.

Bon Iver 2023 Tour Dates

  • Friday, 17th February, 2023 – Aware Super Theatre, Sydney, NSW
  • Saturday, 18th February, 2023 – Aware Super Theatre, Sydney, NSW (NEW SHOW)
  • Tuesday, 21st February, 2023 – MONA FOMA, Hobart, TAS
  • Sunday, 26th February, 2023 – Perth Festival, Perth, WA
  • Thursday, 2nd March, 2023 – Riverstage, Brisbane, QLD
  • Saturday, 4th March, 2023 – Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne, VIC
  • Sunday, 5th March, 2023 – Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne, VIC (NEW SHOW)
  • Friday, 10th March, 2023 – WOMADelaide, Adelaide, SA

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[Review] Bon Iver @ Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne 4/02/2023

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Bon Iver , the indie folk band and cultural darling led by Wisconsin native Justin Vernon , is a perfect example of change. Good artists are consistent, but great artists grow. On Saturday night at the Bowl, we were blessed with a career spanning, genre defying setlist full of powerful beauty.

Sidney Myer was full of eager fans by the time I arrived, patiently waiting to experience the serenade of love and pain that is Bon Iver. Many fans packed the grass area, with picnic rugs, chairs and plenty of cuddles. The energy was warm and compassionate, a harmony with the music to come.

Joining Bon Iver was the Sydney singer-songwriter and lush electronica artist Sophie Payten , performing under the name Gordi . A perfect match to the headliners energy, Gordi mixed elements of folk guitar balladry with spacey loops of modular synthesis and delicate self-harmony. Beautiful tracks that highlighted the set included Extraordinary Life and Way I Go . It is truly rare to experience a keenly picked match such as these two artists.

Taking the stage to a packed crowd, the main act begun . Bon Iver opened with Lump Sum , the second track from their 2008 debut album For Emma, Forever Ago . The early fusion of a low pulsing kick under the layered delicate vocals and strained acoustic guitar represents all that was and will be of the project, with the focus on memory, love, pain, beauty and peace. This defining album, which was written and recorded in isolation, puts the key themes on display.

Other highlights of the set included the lovely crowd pleaser of Hey Ma , U (Man Like) , Towers and 10 d E A T h b R E a s T  ⚄   ⚄ , some of the more modern classics of the discography. The true wonders were the classic tracks , Re: Stacks and Skinny Love . Re: Stack s was a song that reminded me of lost love long ago, and the pain of forgiveness, which took all so long to earn. Skinny Love , being Bon Iver ’s best known song, deserved to be played, but was expected to be breezed over as the hit that must be played so the artist can focus on the deep cuts. Instead, this rendition of the classic track was so deeply, deeply affecting, that I could feel the pure passion of the full bowl with every breath. The outro and coda of “My, my my” was a fantastic sing-along moment for a crowd of romantics.

The band of course was all multi-instrumentalists. Seven members, featuring switches between acoustic and electric guitars, bass and keys, along with saxophone, and two drummers filled in the sound of future folk that Bon Iver so well defined within the early 2010s. The powerful backing of the drums added a weight to the softer songs that somehow didn’t overpower the minimalism but instead reinforced the simplicity where needed. Moments in my favourite track Holocene were true masters of sound mixing, with one drummer playing soft off beat rimshots while the other balances sixteenth-note shakers and kick patterns. True musicianship at work.

Ending the set after Holocene , the band returned for a tight four-song encore of a few deep cuts and a new single recorded during the pandemic, PDLIF , to link the timeline of the set from then to now. Truly a gently masterful performance, I cannot recommend catching Bon Iver live enough. The records do not do this band justice.

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