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Summer tours are upon us, and Zomboy has us whipping out our wallets and raving to the grave after he announced his Australian Tour.

When it comes to hard hitting bass music, Zomboy has risen to the top of the ranks as one of the worlds leading producers. Joshua Mellody aka Zomboy has released a ton of new material this past year and if you don’t mind some serious bass-face; you wont want to miss his Australian tour dates.

This year has seen Zomboy take to the stage at some of the worlds biggest clubs and festivals and with this Australian tour locked in; it appears he’s showing no sign of slowing down.

The tour has four headline shows including Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide and  Perth. Stay tuned with more information on tickets to come!

Zomboy 2017 Australian Tour

JAN 25 – Brisbane – The Met
JAN 26 – Adelaide – HQ Complex
JAN 27 – Sydney – Metro Theatre
JAN 28 – Perth – Hidden

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