Concert

Hockey Dad

Rebuild Repeat Australia Tour

Date

Friday 5 July 2024

7:00 pm


Venue

Margaret Court Arena


Tickets

Adults from $79.90*

* Based on the lowest adult price listed via Ticketek. Subject to availability and fees.

Australian rock duo Hockey Dad bring the Rebuild Repeat tour to Melbourne this July, presented by triple j and Volcom.

The tour announcement follows the release of their latest single ‘Base Camp’ and news of their fourth studio album, Rebuild Repeat, due for release on June 14.

Hockey Dad, comprised of childhood friends Zach Stephenson and Billy Hemming, will make their way their way to Melbourne’s Margaret Court Arena on Friday 5 July and be joined by special guests Militarie Gun and The Belair Lip Bombs.

Running Times
  • Gates Open: TBC
    • Gate 1 (via Tanderrum Bridge)
    • Gate 3 (via Garden Square)
  • Start Time: 7:00pm
  • Event Concludes: TBC

Note: Times are approx. and subject to change without notice.

Important Event Information
  • There are several options for your journey to Margaret Court Arena:
    • Public transport is the quickest and easiest option. Before you attend, plan ahead and allow extra travel time for any major disruptions.
    • Parking is available at the Eastern Plaza Car Park (Entrance D, Olympic Boulevard). We strongly recommend pre-booking; drive-up spaces are subject to availability. Bookings close at midnight the night before the event.
      • Note: Accessible parking must be pre-booked via Ticketek
  • To ensure a smooth entry into the venue, download your tickets to your Digital Wallet.
  • Bags must be A4 size or smaller. Larger bags are not permitted.
  • Cloaking is available via the Information Desk (Door 7) or Show Court 3. Any prohibited items listed in the venue Conditions of Entry will not be accepted for cloaking.
  • All retail outlets are cashless. Any transactions must be made using a credit or debit card. 
  • If you have purchased a VIP package, the event promoter will be in contact with details regarding your experience.

Note: This event may contain sequences of flashing lights, laser, strobe, haze and pyrotechnics which may affect guests who are susceptible to photo sensitivities and medical conditions.

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Hockey Dad

What began as a pastime during surfless days, Hockey Dad have now been a band for 10 years.

Built around their EP and three album releases (earning them Gold and Platinum awards) they have amassed a legion of fans that have seen them headlining tours across Australia, New Zealand, Europe, Canada, the USA, and UK, and performing main stage sets at some of the world’s biggest festivals.

On announcing the ‘Rebuild Repeat’ album and Australian tour, Hockey Dad are in the middle of performing 21 headline shows across the USA and Canada. It’s start of a new and exciting era for the band.

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Militarie Gun

Militarie Gun can’t be stopped. In just two short years since their inception, the Los Angeles-based group have been turning heads with a menacing yet melodic sound that’s impossible to ignore and a creative drive that borders on obsession.

Formed in 2020, Militarie Gun is defined by the musical restlessness of vocalist/mastermind Ian Shelton.

The band–whose lineup has expanded to include guitarists Nick Cogan and William Acuña, drummer Vince Nguyen, and bassist Max Epstein–draw on a wide range of influences to make something that sounds combative yet accessible, and undeniably their own.

SUPPORT

The Belair Lip Bombs

Frankston indie quartet The Belair Lip Bombs started as fresh-faced teenagers straight out of school in the summer of 2018.

The band are made up of guitarist/ vocalist Maisie Everett (who also plays bass in rising punk trio CLAMM), guitarist Mike Bradvica, bassist Jimmy Droughton and drummer Liam de Bruin (who also makes electronic music under his own name for cool Melbourne label Heard & Felt).

They have played a stack of shows with the likes of Spacey Jane, Press Club, Tired Lion, Bloods, British India, Clowns, Good Doogs and Pist Idiots, toured up and down the East Coast and released two much-loved EPs.

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