Faith No More announce first Australian headline tour in 23 years

Faith No More announce first Australian headline tour in 23 years


For the first time in over two decades, Californian rockers Faith No More will hit Australia for a massive headline tour. Touching down in May, they’ll make their way around the country with five arena shows.

Also marking their first international gigs since 2015, when Faith No More hit the road ahead of releasing their last album Sol Invictus, it’s safe to say these shows have been a long time coming.

They’ll be joined by Melbourne’s RVG on support for the tour, a band that has been on the rise since the release of their critically acclaimed 2017 debut A Quality of Mercy. 

Faith No More have also announced they’ll be donating $1 from every ticket sold to their Australian shows to Animals Australia and state fire services in affected areas, including NSW Rural Fire Service, Country Fire Association VIC, and Rural Fire Brigades Association QLD.

See Faith No More’s full Aussie run below. 

Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane – Wednesday May 13

Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney – Friday May 15

Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne – Saturday May 16

Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide – Monday May 18

RAC Arena, Perth – Wednesday May 20

Pre-sale kicks off on Monday February 10, times differ between states. General sale begins at 12pm local time on Wednesday February 12 via Frontier Touring