19/06/2014
Nick Cave will embark on a rare solo tour of Australia later this year.

Words by

Tyson Wray

Supported by a small ensemble of musicians, Cave will perform a career-spanning setlist, which most recently includes 2013's Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds release Push The Sky Away which went gold in Australian and scored two ARIA Awards (for Best Independent Release and Best Adult Contemporary Album).

Nick Cave will hit The Plenary on Tuesday December 16. Tickets go on sale Thursday July 3 through Oztix.

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