Let’s get Unified in 2008!

For the first time in over ten years four of Australia’s hardest working bands will be heading out on the road together travelling 13,189km to 25 universities Australia wide. This one of a kind campus tour is sure to excite audiences with over four hours of live music at each event.

Bring on Unified 2008!

Bliss N Eso have been blazin’ stages for over eight years and have built an unprecedented fan base and reputation for their live performances. Combining impromptu freestyling, beat boxing and cutting edge turntablism with an energetic stage show has seen the group hailed as one of the tightest live bands in the country. With their new album “Flying Colours”(out April 26th through Illusive) the two year wait is finally over.

True Live have engraved their name on the Australian touring circuit. The six piece have rocked many stages since forming in 2003 and are known as one of our country’s hardest working live groups. The band has supported the best in the hip hop biz playing alongside The Roots and De La Soul. True Lives highly anticipated new album is scheduled for release later this year with the first single ‘Damn Right’ available in April.

The Funkoars are well known for their passionate and outrageous lyrics, onstage antics and energy. Since the release of their second album The Greatest Hits in 2006 The Funkoars have become a force in the Australian Hip Hop scene touring extensively throughout the last two years. The Oars have been praised as having one of the best live shows in hip hop.

The Winnie Coopers have been together since 2002 independently releasing their debut album Being Different in 2005. In the following years the five-piece Gold Coast band has toured with some of the biggest names in Hip Hop including Jurrasic 5, The Beastie Boys and Ugly Duckling. The recent release of their sophomore album Worth The Weight more then lives up to its title.

This one of a kind opportunity is sure to set its mark on University students the nation over. A variety of different tickets ensure that both Students and public alike can attend these shows. Tickets and further information is available through Oztix. Don’t miss out!

Tickets are on sale now!

Wednesday April 16 – ANU Bar, Canberra

(True Live not on this show)

Thursday April 17 – University of Wollongong, Wollongong

(True Live not on this show)

Saturday April 19 – UNSW Roundhouse, Sydney

Thursday April 24 – Griffith University, Gold Coast

Friday April 25 – Sands Tavern, Sunshine Coast

Saturday April 26 – QUT University, Brisbane

Wednesday April 30 – Newcastle University, Newcastle

Thursday May 1 – SCU Lismore, Lismore

Friday May 2 – UNE Armidale, Armidale

Saturday May 3 – Coffs University/Hoey Moey, Coffs Harbour

Thursday May 8 – Monash University, Clayton

Friday May 9 – University Of Tasmania, Hobart

Saturday May 10 – Batman Fawkner Inn, Launceston

Sunday May 11 – Batman Fawkner, Launceston (all ages)

Wednesday May 14 – CSU Wagga Wagga, Wagga Wagga

(Tickets available on campus only)

Thursday May 15 – CSU Bathurst, Bathurst

(Tickets available on campus only)

Friday May 6 – Latrobe University, Wodonga

Tuesday May 27 – Latrobe University, Bundoora

Wednesday May 28 – Monash University, Gippsland

Thursday May 29 – Flinders University, Adelaide

Friday May 30 – Flinders University, Adelaide

Saturday May 31 – Monash University, Caulfield

Thursday June 5 – Deakin University, Warnambool

Friday June 6 – Deakin University, Geelong