Strap yourself in as Polaris announce the local support acts for their ‘Dusk To Day’ regional tour in July with special guests, Justice For The Damned. 

The Pelly Bar, Frankston show sold-out in a week and word on the street this will be the first of many shows to sell out on the tour. What are you waiting for? Get your tickets before you miss out…don’t say we didn’t warn ya.

‘DUSK TO DAY’ REGIONAL TOUR
WITH SPECIAL GUESTS
JUSTICE FOR THE DAMNED

THURSDAY 12 JULY: BRISBANE HOTEL, HOBART (18+)
Supported By Pridelands, Break Through & Slow Descent 

FRIDAY 13 JULY: BARWON CLUB, GEELONG (18+)
Supported By Pridelands & Advocates

SATURDAY 14 JULY: PELLY BAR, FRANKSTON (18+) SOLD OUT!
Supported By Pridelands & Cast Down

SUNDAY 15 JULY: MOOROOLBARK COMMUNITY CENTRE, MOOROOLBARK (ALL AGES)
Supported By Pridelands, The Gloom In The Corner & Colour and Shade

FRIDAY 20 JULY: THE BASEMENT, CANBERRA (18+)
Supported By Diamond Construct & Above, Below

SATURDAY 21 JULY: CAMBRIDGE HOTEL, NEWCASTLE (18+)
Supported By 
Diamond Construct & Junkhead

SUNDAY 22 JULY: CARMENS NIGHTCLUB, MIRANDA (18+)
Supported By Diamond Construct & Above, Below

FRIDAY 27 JULY: SOLBAR, SUNSHINE COAST (18+)
Supported By Stepson & Apate 

SATURDAY 28 JULY: SHARK BAR, GOLD COAST (18+)
Supported By Stepson & She Cries Wolf 

Polaris have returned from their second European tour with We Came As Romans after a sold out national Australian tour playing their biggest headline shows to date in support of their latest release, The Mortal Coil and performing with seminal down-under heavy heroes Parkway Drive. Polaris have entered 2018 with the Australian metalcore torch held high in their hands. 
One of 2017’s most anticipated heavy releases, Polaris‘ debut album, The Mortal Coil stunned audiences and critics upon its release in November, landing at #6 on the ARIA Album Charts and #1 on the Independent Albums Chart, scoring a Triple J Feature Album – surpassing the already high expectations around the band set by 2016 EP, The Guilt & The Grief and its impressive touring cycle, which had seen Polaris gain a reputation as one of Australia’s most invigorating live heavy acts.

Since the release of their 2017 Greyscale Records debut, Dragged Through The Dirt, Justice For The Damned have spent the past twelve months backing up every statement they have made. The Sydney heavy-hitters have toured relentlessly selling out multiple shows on their own headlining run, as well as supporting Miss May I and Thy Art Is Murder around Australia and supporting Thy Art Is Murder on a huge run of shows around Europe.

2018 is the year that we see Polaris cement their place in the global scene among Australia’s most elite heavy music exports.