Lime Cordiale have announced the rescheduled dates for their 14 Steps to a Better You album tour, set to kick off in May 2022.
Way back in mid 2020, Lime Cordiale hit us with their sophomore album 14 Steps to a Better You. It was a raging success on all fronts, debuting at #1 on the Australian album charts, and eventually netting them eight nominations and one ARIA win.
Though like many artists over the past few years, their celebratory album tour has spent some time in COVID-19 purgatory. But now they’ve shared the rescheduled tour dates in April and May 2022, as well as announcing the support acts they’ll be bringing along for the ride.
The 14 Steps to a Better You tour will mark Lime Cordiale’s biggest shows yet, hitting some monstrous venues such as Sydney’s Hordern Pavilion, Melbourne’s Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Brisbane’s iconic Riverstage, and more.
In the time since the album dropped, the band have nailed down a few more well-received singles, including the most recent Apple Crumble alongside acting and DJ superstar Idris Elba. They also appeared alongside Iluka – who will support the band across all tour dates – on the fantastic Mess.
Speaking of supports, Teenage Dads will make their second appearance on a Lime Cordiale tour, showing up across all states alongside Iluka. The one exception will be Fremantle Arts Centre on Friday 8 April, where Teenage Dads will be replaced by locals Dulcie.
Some of those watching the tour would know that two Sydney dates at Hordern Pavilion are already sold out – thankfully, a third and final date has been added on Wednesday April 27th. Snap these up before they’re gone – and trust us, they will go.
If you already snapped up tickets, you don’t need to do anything – your tickets will be valid for the new date. If you need to request a refund since you can’t make one of the 2022 dates, you’ll need to contact your ticketing provider before October 22nd.
Check out the full run of tour dates, and head through this link for tickets.
Thu 7 April – Fremantle Arts Centre, Perth
Fri 8 April – Fremantle Arts Centre, Perth
Tue 12 April – Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne
Wed 20 April – Hordern Pavilion, Sydney – SOLD OUT
Thu 21 April – Hordern Pavilion, Sydney – SOLD OUT
Wed 27 April – Hordern Pavilion, Sydney – NEW DATE
Fri 6 May – Riverstage, Brisbane
Grab your tickets here.