Australian rock ‘n’ roll legends The Church are making their way to the Kingscliff Hotel for one of the final shows of their ‘Man Woman Life Death Infinity’ album tour. At the only semi-outdoor venue in the local area, punters will be able to hear and see the Church play their hit ‘Under the Milky Way’, under the actual Milky Way.
Forming in Sydney in 1980, The Church’s extensive career has cemented them as one of Australia’s most enduring bands of the post-punk era and well-deserving of their place in the ARIA Hall of Fame. Having refined their unique and defining sound over the course of a remarkable 26 albums within 35 years, including ‘Starfish’, ‘The Blurred Crusade’ and ‘Priest=Aura’, the band has received international acclaim with fans within Australia and New Zealand and across the world still enjoying their iconic music today.
2018 marks an extraordinary year of celebration for The Church. They appeared at the sold-out Meltdown Festival in London on personal invitation of curator, The Cure’s Robert Smith. This was followed by a run of shows in the UK, then to the US before heading to the Kingscliff Hotel. They will be rounding off the year with ‘An Evening with The Church’ in Australia and New Zealand, celebrating the 30 year anniversary of the band’s most beloved ‘Starfish’ album.
That tour will have one Queensland date in November, but until then your chance to see the band will be at the Kingcliff Hotel, Friday 21 September. Tickets here.