Gyroscope are giving a bunch of lucky punters an opportunity to get close to their idols, offering up the chance to go catch the group’s soundcheck, and grab a beer before the show.

If you have any recollection of the Aussie music scene throughout the ’00s, there’s a pretty good chance that Gyroscope were involved. With classic albums, numerous singles, and some of the best live shows imaginable (remember how hard ‘Snakeskin’ went at the 2008 Big Day Out?), Gyroscope are true legends of the Aussie rock scene.

This month, the legends are set to hit the road once again, showing fans all over the country why the stage is well and truly their spiritual home. Kicking off in Adelaide, and visiting Frankston, Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, and Perth, this tour is bound to be one that diehard fans won’t soon forget.

But what if you could transcend the gap between being a casual observer of stunning rock songs, and catch up with your favourite band before the show? Well, that’s exactly what Gyroscope are offering up for these upcoming shows!

For each date on their upcoming tour, Gyroscope are offering one double pass to a fan, along with the chance to catch the final half-hour of their soundcheck, and have a beer and a yarn before the show. To make things even better, you’ll be doing it all while dressed in your snazzy new Gyroscope shirt.

To enter, fill out the form below, and be sure to let us know which show you want to attend. Before you know it, you could be grabbing a beer the band before they showcase the blistering new songs on their 4YRLV EP. Check out all the details below.

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Gyroscope 4YRLV Tour

Thursday, October 24th
Lion Arts, Adelaide, SA

Friday, October 25th
Pelly Bar, Frankston, VIC

Saturday, October 26th
Max Watts, Melbourne, VIC

Thursday, October 31st
Crowbar, Sydney, NSW

Friday, November 1st
UC Hub, Canberra, ACT

Friday, November 8th
Jack Rabbit Slims, Perth, WA

Tickets on sale now through the Gyroscope website