Dream On Dreamer fill support slot on Avenged Sevenfold tour


Frontier Touring, are delighted to announce that Melbourne’s Dream On Dreamer will join American powerhouse Avenged Sevenfold on their huge national tour this July/August.

Formed less than 18 months ago, Dream On Dreamer have risen to prominence in an instant, having acquired a huge fan base and a sought-after place on the roster of one of the world’s most prominent punk rock labels Rise Records in just a matter of months. The five-piece recently recorded their debut full-length album Heartbound in Florida and will shortly return to North America, Europe and Japan in support of this incredible release.

Heartbound is released in Australia via We Are Unified/Warner on August 4, 2011.

Don’t miss Dream on Dreamer when they join forces with Avenged Sevenfold who bring their electric live show to Australia for the first time in three years. Having recently dominated their headlining performances on the European Festival Circuit, Avenged Sevenfold arrive on our shores with a renewed energy and the guarantee of unforgettable performances.

The tour dates are;

Thursday July 28 – Entertainment Centre, Brisbane – Lic/AA
Tickets available from Ticketek 132 849 www.ticketek.com.au

Saturday July 30 – Entertainment Centre, Sydney – Lic/AA
Tickets available from Ticketmaster 136 100 www.ticketmaster.com.au

Tuesday August 2 – Festival Hall, Melbourne – Lic/AA
Tickets available from Ticketmaster 136 100 www.ticketmaster.com.au

Wednesday August 3 – Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide – Lic/AA
Tickets available from VenueTix 08 8225 8888 www.venuetix.com.au

Saturday August 6 – Challenge Stadium, Perth – Lic/AA
Tickets available from Ticketmaster 136 100 www.ticketmaster.com.au


4 Responses to “Dream On Dreamer fill support slot on Avenged Sevenfold tour”

  1. lockie_Murders

    I know this band is on a role lately, but shit…this is the worst booking work I have ever seen. Sevendust (and I am not the biggest fan anyway) pull out and they get replaced with a band that despite the bands recent success, could not even vaguely fill the venues they are playing. Not knocking the band, just saying.

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