After COVID-19 restrictions forced us to hit the brakes on bringing live music to audiences in 2021, The Push is excited to be bringing the tour back over seven weekends across February and March 2022.
Taking in the sights and scenery throughout 20 picturesque regional and outer-suburban locations across Victoria, the All-Ages Tour will bring live music to thousands of young music fans across the state, in what have been hotly tipped to be some of the biggest and best all-ages events in recent memory.
With the 2019 tour seeing Ruby Fields and Baker Boy take to sold out stages across regional Victoria, the 2022 All-Ages Tour will see Alex Lahey, Alice Skye, Allday, The Chats, Dallas Woods, JK-47, Kaiit, KIAN, Mallrat, MLBRN, Ninajirachi, The Smith Street Band, Sycco, Teenage Joans and Thelma Plum bring their talents to Victorian towns where you might not usually see live music… an all-ages experience like never before.
Supported by the Victorian Government, each of the 20 events are being staged by teams of local young people, as a part of the Victorian Government FReeZA program – a youth development initiative that provides young people with industry skills and experiences in staging events in their local communities.
All tickets purchased for dates in September and October remain valid for new dates in the same locations. If you can no longer attend a show you’ve purchased tickets for, please request a refund via Moshtix.
Due to scheduling conflicts, Alice Ivy can no longer join us on tour. Kaiit will join the lineup for events with KIAN and MLBRN.
Complimentary tickets for The Push All-Ages Tour are available for First Nations young people, as well as those experiencing financial hardship or who hold a Companion Card. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange.
All shows are all-ages, drug alcohol and smoke-free, fully supervised events.
All events will be operating in line with the Victorian Government’s COVIDSafe measures, which are subject to change.