Australian rockers Airbourne will embark on the first North American tour in support of their riff-roaring new album (and fifth overall) Boneshaker, out now via Spinefarm Records. The spring tour kicks off April 20th in New York City and concludes on May 23rd in Montreal. The trek includes appearances at several major rock festivals, such as Sonic Temple and Epicenter. All dates are below.

“We’re mega pumped up to the max to bring the Boneshaker World Tour to the USA,” says frontman and guitarist Joel O’Keeffe. “We’ve been blazing non-stop across Europe and Australia and now we’re coming your way USA to kick your ass.”

For a taste of what’s to come when Airbourne crash domestic shores in 2020, check out the new song, Backseat Boogie, here. Listen to the equally combustible title track, here, and my favorite song, She Gives Me Hell, here.

Airbourne North American dates are as follows:

4/30 — New York, NY — Gramercy Theatre

5/1 — Philadelphia, PA — Underground Arts
5/2 — Washington, DC — Rock & Roll Hotel
5/3 — Concord, NC — Epicenter Festival*
5/6 — Houston, TX — Bronze Peacock/House of Blues
5/7 — Dallas, TX — Three Links Deep Ellum
5/9 — Pensacola, FL — Vinyl Music Hall
5/10 — Daytona Beach, FL — Welcome To Rockville*
5/11 — Atlanta, GA — The Masquerade
5/12 — Nashville, TN — The Basement East
5/14 — Chicago, IL — Bottom Lounge
5/16 — Columbus, OH — Sonic Temple*
5/18 — Buffalo, NY — Rec Room
5/19 — London, ON — London Music Hall
5/20 — Toronto, ON — Lee’s Palace
5/22 — Quebec City, QC — Imperial Bell
5/23 — Montreal, QC — Corona Theatre
*Festival Date

Airbourne are:

Joel O’Keeffe — vocals/lead guitar
Matthew Harrison — guitar
Justin Street — bass
Ryan O’Keeffe — drums

Airbourne online:

7 Responses

  1. They’re playing my city on my birthday.

    Here’s the set list:

    Rattlesnake Shake and Bake
    The Cakes She Bakes
    She Baked Me A Cake
    Icing On the Bone Shaker
    Rattlesnake Bait and Switch
    She Gives Me Dynosauras Rex Conplex
    Horses On Ten
    My Brakes Don’t Work
    I Need Alcohol To Live

    1. They played our shores back in 2016, I was lucky enough to see them. Super loud, super energetic, tons of Marshall stacks on the stage. It immediately transported me back to my youth, which were far better times, imho.

    2. Oh yeah that’s right, can’t believe I forgot! But wasn’t it only a couple of cities? At least this time they’re hitting the great state of Florida! 😉

    1. Amen, Doug,

      If they are touring anywhere near you, and you did not get a chance to see the last go around, I implore you to go.

      D 🙂

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