Renowned worldwide for their live performances, DAVE MATTHEWS BAND will take to the stage at Margaret Court Arena on April 17, for their first visit to Australia in six years.
Show dates: Friday 17 April 2020.
Tickets: On sale via Ticketek.
For complete tour, ticket and VIP Experience information, visit: livenation.com.au.
Start time: TBC.
Conditions of entry: Backpacks of any size or type are not permitted into the venue. All other bags must be under 30x30cm. Guests should read and understand our conditions of entry prior to booking tickets and attending the event.
Parking: Parking at Melbourne Park is limited and should be pre-booked.
Public transport: Margaret Court Arena is accessible by tram, train and bus. The arena is walking distance from Richmond Station and Flinders Street Station.
Dave Matthews Band
Dave Matthews Band’s (DMB) infectious, distinctive sound and die-hard fan base has cemented the group as one of the most successful touring acts of the past three decades, garnering career ticket sales of more than 24 million and ranking as the biggest ticket seller worldwide during the past decade.
Formed in Charlottesville, Virginia DMB has released nine studio albums and numerous live recordings to date during their 28 year career, selling a collective 38 million CDs and DVDs since the 1994 major label debut, Under the Table and Dreaming. The Grammy-winning band’s many hits include "What Would You Say," "Crash Into Me," “Too Much,” “Everyday,” "American Baby," “Funny The Way It Is,” “Mercy” and “Samurai Cop (Oh Joy Begin).”
With the band’s most recent album release, 2018’s Come Tomorrow, Dave Matthews Band became the first group in history to have seven consecutive studio albums debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. In a Critic’s Pick review, The New York Times observed, "willed optimism fills the songs on 'Come Tomorrow,' while cynicism and irony are nowhere within earshot… each song notes the fears and sorrows it’s determined to overcome. The music does that, with consolation in its melodies and a life force in its rhythms.”
The group’s Bama Works Fund, established in 1999, has raised more than $52 million dollars for humanitarian and environmental initiatives.