California’s bad boys of rock & roll, Eagles of Death Metal, are making their way down under for the first time since 2016 – the Palm Desert band set to perform eight huge shows across Australia and New Zealand this July and August.

With tickets selling fast (the band’s Wellington show is now officially sold out), in further tour news today, Frontier Touring is pleased to reveal the Jesse Hughes-led rockers will be joined by three special guests on their upcoming tour dates.

Melbourne fans – you’re in for a treat, with the mighty The Delta Riggs joining EODM for one epic night only. Having previously shared the stage with internationals such as Kasabian and Foo Fighters, Delta Riggs have new music on the way, latest single Solutions is out now. The band’s previous and fourth album Modern Pressure saw them tour sold-out shows nationwide, not to mention shows with the legendary Billy Idol. Victorian fans, don’t miss out – final tickets are on sale now.

Performing at all Australian shows and hailing from Western Australia, The Southern River Band are one of our most sought-after emerging live acts. With a tireless work ethic and passion for riffs, these guys are pure rock and roll party and strictly not to be missed! Coming off the back of a huge 2022, the band recently supported UK rock heavyweights The Darkness for the second time… watch their video for latest single Streets Don’t Lie, out now.

Finally, in Auckland and Wellington, EODM will be joined by self-confessed punk n’roll duo Grown Downz. The guitar katana wielding, drum abusing, Welsh born, Tauranga-raised two pack (Joel and Ellie Burgin) spewed themselves into existence at the end of the year 2017. Adding jet fuel to the fire of their parents’ disappointment, the siblings have been mingling with gig pigs island-wide and have released two EPs since they burst onto the scene like a zesty slice of halftime orange with full-length album Dochdwy Road released in 2022.

Don’t miss the live return of Eagles of Death Metal!

25/07/23 – ​Forum – Melbourne
27/07/23 – ​Enmore Theatre – Sydney
28/07/23 – ​Cambridge Hotel – Newcastle
29/07/23 – ​The Tivoli – Brisbane
31/07/23 – ​The Gov – Adelaide
02/08/23 – ​Astor Theatre – Perth
05/08/23 – ​Powerstation – Auckland
06/08/23 – ​San Fran – Wellington, NZ SOLD OUT