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Plenary to become Nick’s cave

14 Jul 2014

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Australian musical icon Nick Cave is touring Australia later this year and where else would he perform his Melbourne leg of the tour but in Southbank?

The prolific singer, songwriter and author will tour solo and perform at Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre’s Plenary.

The show will be on December 16, but has already been sold out, after tickets went on sale in July.

Mr Cave is best known as the front man of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, but has also fronted a number of other bands plus written books and screenplays.

Mr Cave said he had deliberately picked more intimate locations such as the Plenary for tour.

“The aim is to try to create a unique show for Australia – something special and out of the ordinary,” he said.

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