"Third times the charm" for the indie-electronic mainstays North East Party House who have sadly been forced to reschedule their ‘Shelf Life’ again to April 2021. The 'Shelf Life' tour comes off the heels of their third album with tracks like ‘Dominos’, and ‘Magnify’ garnering millions of streams with the explosive energy that is sure to electrify live crowds.
“This year has been bullshit but the d-floor beers at the end of the tunnel will taste all the sweeter when we get there. We can’t thank those who have been buying tickets, merch and streaming our music over this period enough. You’re all absolute legends and it means a lot to us,” says the band.
Fans who have already nabbed tickets, will have them automatically be valid for any new dates and venues.
As a consolation Northeast Party House have let slip that fans will be treated "a special virtual warehouse party" in the exact location ‘Shelf Life’ was written. On 25 September from 09:00 PM AEST, the band will play a special selection from album plus favourites from their previous albums. As for the return of live shows next year - If you've ever been to a NEPH show you'll know that its worth the wait.
SHELF LIFE TOUR 2021 For full ticket details go here
Sat 17 April – Jack Rabbit Slims, Perth
Fri 7 May – Unibar, Hobart
Fri 14 May – Downtown, Adelaide
Sat 15 May – Forum, Melbourne
Fri 21 May – The Tivoli, Brisbane
Thu 27 May – The Cambridge, Newcastle
Fri 28 May – The Factory, Sydney