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The Cult announce their first Australian tour in eight years

This return marks their 40th anniversary.

English rock band The Cult have announced they will be returning to Australia this November to celebrate their 40th anniversary.

The beloved band formed in Bradford in 1983 performing under the name SOUTHERN Death Cult, then Death Cult, before finally settling on their current name in 1984.

Their long-awaited return marks their first Australian tour in eight years. It’s fair to say it’s been a long time coming!

When is The Cult touring Australia?

The Cult will play eight shows across Australia and New Zealand in November 2024.

The 8424 Tour Australia Dates:

  • November 20 | Isaac Theatre Royal – Christchurch | Buy tickets
  • November 21 | Bruce Mason Centre – Auckland | Buy tickets
  • November 23 | The Forum – Melbourne | Buy tickets
  • November 25 | Fortitude Music Hall – Brisbane | Buy tickets
  • November 26 | Sydney Opera House – Sydney | Buy tickets
  • November 28 | Hindley Street Music Hall – Adelaide | Buy tickets
  • November 30 | Metro City – Perth | Buy tickets
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The Cult’s present-day line-up comprises founding singer Ian Astbury and guitarist Billy Duffy, with drummer John Tempesta and bassist Charlie Jones. (Credit: Getty)

When do tickets go on sale for The Cult’s 2024 Australia tour?

The Telstra pre-sale begins at 10 am (local time) on Tuesday, July 2, and the TEG Live pre-sale kicks off on Thursday, July 4, at 10 am (local time).

Tickets are on sale to the general public on Monday, 8 July, at 10 am local time via the TEG Live website.

What are the prices of The Cult’s 8424 tour?

At this stage, the only ticket prices announced are for the Adelaide show and the Melbourne show.

The Adelaide show at Hindley Street Music Hall is all general admission and tickets are listed at $132.43.

As for the Melbourne show at the Forum, general admission tickets are listed at $132.20 and booth seating is listed at $192.25.

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