Josh Pyke has announced the third and final leg of his national Lone Wolf solo tour, adding further shows this November/December across regional Victoria and New South Wales. The tour will take in Castlemaine, Ballarat, Geelong, Warrnambool, Newcastle, Goulburn, Thirroul, Kincumber and Katoomba.
The Lone Wolf tour has been a year-long pilgrimage for Pyke, selling out capital city theatres in February and March, followed by an extension on demand to another 12 towns and regional centres mid-way through the year.
Somewhere in between, he has managed to circle the country with the The Beatles White Album Concert tour alongside Chris Cheney (The Living End), Phil Jamison (Grinspoon) and Tim Rogers (You Am I), and find time to campaign and perform via his project Busking For Change to collect desperately needed funds for the Indigenous Literacy Foundation. Pyke has raised over $9,000 for the cause this year alone.
Pyke is one of the country’s most successful musicians, whose career has taken him around the world. And over the course of a 10 year career, Pyke still climbs, releasing the ARIA-nominated and his fourth studio album, The Beginning And The End of Everything last year, featuring the lead single 'Leeward Side'.
Beginning November 20 in Castlemaine at the historic Theatre Royal, Pyke will play on November 21 in Ballarat, November 22 in Geelong, November 23 in Warrnambool, November 27 in Newcastle, November 28 in Goulburn, November 29 in Thirroul, November 30 in Kincumber and December 12 in Katoomba.
Known for selling out tours, Pyke’s ability to actively engage with his audience drives fans to return year after year to witness his onstage presence. These shows will be the very last chance to see Josh Pyke's careful curated Lone Wolf solo set, and the last shows as part of The Beginning And The End Of Everything album touring.