Tomorrow's People will bring some gun young acts to the kids

Tomorrow's People will bring some gun young acts to the kids

With Dylan Joel, E^ST, Kilter and UV Boi and playing some all ages shows next year.

With a bunch of loose shit going down over the summer, there’s no need for you to miss out if your birthdate doesn’t provide you with the acceptable 18 year buffer. Tomorrow's People is putting on a string of all ages, alcohol free shows on the east coast. Headlining the shows will be a host of young Aussie up-and-comers, some of them who can’t even legally buy a beer themselves. Acts include Melbourne’s Dylan Joel, the Central Coast's E^ST, Sydney’s Kilter and Brisbane’s UV Boi. The shows will be hitting Geelong, Melbourne and Ballarat in Victoria, before heading north for shows in Byron bay and Brisbane. Then, snaking down through Wollongong, the Central coast and Sydney. The lineup will be a constant rotation of time-slots, so check your local spot to make sure your updated, and all the dates down below:

TOMORROW’S PEOPLE TOUR

Fri 15 Jan – Courthouse Youth Arts, Geelong, VIC (TICKETS)

Sat 16 Jan – Wrangler Studios, Melbourne, VIC (TICKETS)

Sun 17 Jan – Karova Lounge, Ballarat, VIC (TICKETS)

Tue 19 Jan – The Byron Theatre, Byron Bay, NSW (TICKETS)

Wed 20 Jan – The Lab, Brisbane, QLD (TICKETS

Thu 21 Jan – Anita’s Theatre, Wollongong, NSW (TICKETS)

Fri 22 Jan – Impact Centre, Central Coast, NSW (TICKETS)

Sat 23 Jan – The Lair, Sydney, NSW (TICKETS)

More info via the cool cats at COOL ACCIDENTS

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