Up the guts tour '17
1 Bus 4 Bands 12 Workshops 20 shows and a bloody long drive.
10 Aug The Tote - Melbourne Get Tickets
11 Aug Karova Lounge - Ballarat Get Tickets
12 Aug The Golden Vine - Bendigo Get Tickets
13 Aug The Loft - Warrnambool Get Tickets
15 Aug The Metro Bakery - Mount Gambier Get Tickets
16 Aug The Metro Hotel - Adelaide Get Tickets
17 Aug Railway Hotel - Jamestown Free Show
18 Aug The Hotel Spencer - Whyalla Get Tickets
19 Aug Transcontinentnal Hotel - Quorn Free Show
20 Aug TBC - Coober Pedy Free Show
23 Aug Santa Teresa Community Free Show
24 Aug Monte's Lounge - Alice Springs Get Tickets
26 Aug Jackson's Bar - Tennant Creek Get Tickets
29 Aug Ngukurr Community Free Show
31 Aug Barunga Community Free Show
01 Sep Kirby's Hotel - Katherine Free Show
02 Sep Grove Hill Heritage Hotel - Grove Hill Get Tickets
03 Sep Railway Club Hotel - Darwin Get Tickets
Dumb Punts are a short, fast and loud three piece who have planted themselves firmly at the forefront of Australia’s pub-punk scene. Effortlessly relatable and brutally honest, the Punts are guaranteed to have you laughing, screaming and moshing somehow all at once.
Breezy and brooding, Loose Tooth combine ethereal vocals with grinding guitars to create a classic rock combo of light and shade. Having already turned heads in all corners of the country with their incisive lyrics and precision harmonies, this three-piece are bound to tear up any venue they walk into between Melbourne and Darwin.
Somewhere between post-punk and indie-folk, Neighbourhood Youth are a truly mind-blowing act. Raw emotion cuts through the reverb-drenched, atmospheric arrangement to create an instant sense of nostalgia. There is a good chance you will fall in love while these lads are playing so choose your date carefully.
A truly motley assortment of road warriors, the remnants of the inaugural Up The Guts are back for more and bringing a hot injection of covers, originals and jams back to Central Australia in 2017. Featuring the all-star line up Jo Syme (Big Scary), Jack Parsons (The Pretty Littles) and Joe Alexander (Scott and Charlene’s Wedding), there’ll be plenty of singalongs and when this ragged mob take the stage.
Up The Guts Guts 2017 will involve 12 school workshops presented by the organisers, performers and crew members of the tour and made possible by APRA/ACMOS. Aiming to reach upwards of 1000 young Australians nationwide, these sessions will give invaluable insight into performance, navigating the music industry and how to effectively use equipment/technology in today’s musical landscape.