Rare Finds expand their party circuit to Melbourne to create full east coast run of shows

Rare Finds expand their party circuit to Melbourne to create full east coast run of shows

Showcasing a heap of exciting emerging Aussie artists across three venues early next year.

Sydney PR and artist management company (and good friend of the Pile), Rare Finds have just announced a full-blown east coast touring circuit for their regular parties, showcasing exciting emerging Australian talent once a month. Having been successfully running the Rare Finds parties for the past couple of years in Brissy and Sydney, it's time to move further south, next mid-January will see three shows headlined by Ayla, and joined by a exciting young locals in each city.

Managing Director of Rare Finds, Rob Carroll explains: "The Rare Finds nights serve to foster a scene within the Australian indie community and provide a strong live platform for outstanding emerging artists. One of the biggest challenges faced by artists, managers and agents at the early stages of an artist’s career, is developing a live following. With the launch of our Melbourne event, we’re now able to provide an east coast touring platform to new acts, so they can play to ready-made crowds, which largely consist of industry, tastemakers and the core local indie community."

As mentioned above, Sunshine Coast-based artist Ayla will be headlining the full run, currenlty celebrating her new single Porcelain Doll, from a new EP which will be out January 12.

Check out the full list of shows below:

Fri 12 Jan - Black Bear Lodge, Brisbane w/ Ayla, Royal & The Southern Echo, Asha Jefferies & DJ Tom Bloomfield

Fri 19 Jan - The Penny Black, Melbourne w/ Ayla, Otious, Magnets & British India DJs

Sat 20 Jan - Oxford Art Factory Gallery Bar, Sydney w/ Ayla, Aikonawena, The Longboys & Rare Finds DJs

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