Saving New South Wales

The Human Condition Tour is in full swing, rolling through Queensland, leaving nothing but destruction and pleased fans in its wake.

Now Save The Clocktower and Belle Haven head to New South Wales for shows across the state, including the recently added Venom super show on Saturday September 15 at the Agincourt Hotel (871 George Street, Sydney).

The Venom show will feature heaps of awesome live metal bands including Sabretung, Head In A Jar, Double Chamber and Good Will Hunting, plus DJ sets from Impending Doom and all the bands who come out to unwind as part of the official Spring Loaded after party.  Doors open at 7:00 pm, entry is $15.  18+ only.  See more here.

Before that, catch the awesome all ages Coffs Harbour show at Club Coffs on West High (61A West High Street) starting at 6:00 pm on Friday September 14.  Entry is only $10 for 5 awesome hardcore metal bands live on stage.  See more here.

On Sunday, September 16, come out for the special afternoon all ages show in Sydney.  Doors open at 3:00 pm and entry is only $15 for 10 insane post-hardcore, metalcore and alternative live bands in a mini-festival environment at the Sydney Livehouse (794 Parramatta Road).  See more here.

Newcastle comes up next on Wednesday night, September 19, for a special performance at The Hamilton Station Hotel (2 6 Beaumont Street, Newcastle) starting at 9:00 pm.  Absolutely free entry for the only Newcastle show of The Human Condition tour, featuring Save The Clocktower, We Built Atlantis and Belle Haven.  See more here.

Catch all the New South Wales shows during Save The Clocktower’s Human Condition Tour before the bands move on to Canbarra on September 21 and Melbourne on September 22 to wrap up the tour.

Bring your mates, we want to see all of you there!

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