Snow Patrol @ Adelaide Entertainment Centre


In February this year Snow Patrol were THE hottest ticket in town. Riding high on the success of their hit single Chasing Cars, Snow Patrol’s sold out Sydney, Melbourne and Perth concerts had fans clamouring for tickets. So it’s with no small amount of excitement that The Frontier Touring Company announce the return of Grammy Award-nominated rockers Snow Patrol for their biggest ever Australian tour.

To coincide with the tour announcement, Gary from Snow Patrol said they were offering up a special thanks to their Aussie fans: “When you buy a ticket to our gig you get a copy of our 3rd album 'Final Straw’. Buy 4 tickets & you get 4 albums to listen to, hang from your Xmas tree or use as frisbees - but we'd prefer you listened and sang along at the shows!

Selling out shows has become an everyday occurrence for Snow Patrol, particularly in Australia where they have sold out every single tour to date. Do not miss your chance to be transcended by Snow Patrol this September as they play their most spectacular shows to date.

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Snow Patrol 'Live and Acoustic' Australian Tour 2019


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Snow Patrol Previous Events, Festivals & Tour dates


Sydney Opera House 11 August, Palais Theatre 10 August, Concert Hall, QPAC 06 August, Perth Concert Hall 04 August


The Standard 27 September, State Theatre 01 October, Regent Theatre 30 September


Palais Theatre (Jenny Lewis) 02 April, Adelaide Entertainment Centre (Jenny Lewis) 01 April, Hordern Pavilion (Jenny Lewis) 30 March


The Dome at Crown (Silversun Pickups (US) and Iain Archer (UK)) 22 September, Brisbane Entertainment Centre (Silversun Pickups (US) and Iain Archer (UK)) 19 September, Rod Laver Arena (Silversun Pickups (US) and Iain Archer (UK)) 17 September, Adelaide Entertainment Centre (Silversun Pickups (US) and Iain Archer (UK)) 12 September, AIS Arena (Silversun Pickups (US) and Iain Archer (UK)) 10 September, Newcastle Entertainment Centre (Silversun Pickups (US) and Iain Archer (UK)) 08 September, Sydney Allphones Arena (Silversun Pickups (US) and Iain Archer (UK)) 07 September, Festival Hall (Howling Bells, Red Riders) 20 February, Hordern Pavilion (Howling Bells, Red Riders) 19 February, Belvoir Ampitheatre (Howling Bells, Red Riders) 17 February