SILVERCHAIR Line Up Select Live Performances In Support Of "Diorama"
On Monday, May 27th, SILVERCHAIR will perform an exclusive gig at a secret location in Sydney, Australia as the major prize in the first Triple M Designer Concert Series. This will be SILVERCHAIR's final performance in Australia before heading overseas for sold-out shows in the US, Canada and Europe in support of their new album Diorama.
SILVERCHAIR will perform in New York at the Bowery Ballroom on Tuesday, June 4th and Wednesday, June 5th, to be followed by a one-off appearance at London's Shepherds Bush Empire on Wednesday, June 12th. A German show will take place in Essen a few days later as part of MTV's Campus Invasion series. After this German gig, SILVERCHAIR will return to North America where they will perform a handful of shows in the south and Midwest between June 21st and 30th, including Milwaukee's Summerfest on Friday, June 28th. On July 1st, the band will appear at Canada's premier summer festival, Edgefest, in Barrie, Ontario before performing more shows in Eastern Canada for the rest of that week.
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