Confidence Man have announced an Australian tour in support of their forthcoming album, TILT

“TILT it Australia. Off ya axis, off ya straight and narrow, into a new era,” they announced on social media. TILT is scheduled for release on April 1st, with the tour set to kick off four months later.

Taking inspiration from both the New York City ballroom and the Berlin warehouse, TILT is filled with the electric energy of the club. “Wanting to push the boundaries of what Con Man could sound like” as the band’s Sugar puts it. “To take it to another dimension.”

Beginning at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre on August 5th, the electro-pop band will visit Melbourne, Darwin, Perth, and Brisbane, before finishing up at Adelaide’s new live music venue Hindley Street Music Hall on August 27th (see full dates below). Fans can register for presale tickets via the band’s official website. General tickets then go on sale from Monday, March 21st.

This will be Confidence Man’s only Australian tour of 2022, with a strong run of shows scheduled in Europe and the U.K during the rest of the year, including supporting Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and appearing at festivals like Glastonbury.

TILT is set for release on April 1st via I OH YOU and Heavenly/PIAS. The album can be pre-ordered here.

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Register for presale tickets at
General on sale from Monday, March 21st

Friday, August 5th

Enmore Theatre, Sydney, NSW*

All ages

Saturday, August 6th

Northcote Theatre, Melbourne, VIC*


Thursday, August 18th

Darwin Festival, Darwin, NT

All ages

Saturday, August 20th

Metropolis, Perth, WA*


Friday, August 26th

The Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane, QLD*

All ages

Saturday, August 27th

Hindley Street Music Hall, Adelaide, SA*


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