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FUEL Announce Australian and NZ Tour

FUEL Announce Australian and NZ “The Sunburn 20th Celebration Tour”


A Metropolis Touring Presentation


American alternative rockers FUEL finally return to Australia this December as part of the “The Sunburn 20th Celebration Tour”.And for the first time ever FUEL perform an exclusive show in New Zealand. Renowned for their un-paralleled streak of melodic post-grunge hard rock songs, it is time to re-live their Classic album ‘Sunburn’ which included - "Shimmer", "Sunburn", "Jesus Or A Gun", "Bittersweet". Plus a special encore of Fuel's anthems including – “Hemorrhage”, “Bad Day”, “Falls On Me” and More! Get ready to fill up the tank because FUEL is back after 17 long years!


"Post-Grunge Gods” - Sputnikmusic

Watch: Shimmer + Sunburn + Bittersweet

The “Fuelies” down under have an undeniable love for Fuel with their debut album ‘Sunburn’ achieving Gold Sales in Australia. Fuel’s success can only be put down to hard work and a relentless hunger to reach a level of modern day rock glory amassed by a mere few before them. As a thank you to the dedicated following, Fuel have chosen Australia & NZ as the place to kick off The Sunburn 20th Celebration Tour!

‘Fuel bring back the incredible power that live rock 'n' roll used to deliver’ - Kaos2000 Magazine

Equipped with original member Brett Scallions’ legendary distinctive voice that transformed Fuel into a quintessential rock radio staple, hard-rock fanatics are sure to hang on every thumping bass note, wailing guitar lick and pounding drums. Fuel continues to build upon a legacy of captivating performances that Brett and the band have trademarked over the decades.

"Non-stop energy and excitement” - National Rock Review

Fuel are on a mission to once again deliver their trademark brand of heavy-tempo, in-your-face attitude rock at venues across the country. These are sure to be the Fuel shows you know and love - fiery, explosive, packed full of bodies flailing and sweat dripping from the ceiling. We’re warning you, Fuel is not to be missed!

"the crowd went absolutely nuts” - USD Student Media

Fuel Australian Tour Dates 2017
Saturday 2nd December – Perth – Capitol
Sunday 3rd December – Adelaide – The Gov
Wednesday 6th December – Gold Coast – Coolangatta Hotel
Thursday 7th December – Brisbane – Eatons Hill Hotel
Friday 8th December – Sydney – Manning Bar
Saturday 9th December – Melbourne – Prince Bandroom
Wednesday 13th December – Auckland – The Studio


Tickets: Pre-Sale Wednesday 2nd August 9am to on sale (local time)
On-Sale Friday 4th August 9am (local time)
Via: https://metropolistouring.com/fuel

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