Guineafowl and The Arsonist announced as special guests in Nov & Dec

Special guests for Birds of Tokyo’s headline shows in November and December have now been announced.

Sydney artist Guineafowl will open at all shows, with the exception of Fremantle where Perth four-piece The Arsonist will perform.

As they make their way around Australia performing shows with Muse in capital cities, Birds of Tokyo’s headline shows will hit Coolangatta, Fremantle, Geelong, Newcastle and Wollongong, with the full list of dates and venues listed below.

All shows are on sale now.


Friday 29th November: Metropolis, Fremantle w/ The Arsonist (18+)
Presented by Nova 93.7

Saturday 30th November: Perth Arena w/ Muse (All Ages)
Tix: | Ph: 132 849
On sale now

Wednesday 4th December: Entertainment Centre, Adelaide w/ Muse (All Ages)
Tix: | Ph: 132 849
On sale now

Thursday 5th December: The Wool Exchange, Geelong w/ Guineafowl (18+)
Presented by K-Rock

Friday 6th December: Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne w/ Muse (All Ages)
Tix: | Ph: 132 849
On sale now

Saturday 7th December: Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne w/ Muse (All Ages)
Tix: | Ph: 132 849
On sale now

Sunday 8th December: Homebake, Sydney
Tix: or | Ph: 02 9250 7777
On sale Wednesday Sept 25th

Tuesday 10th December: Entertainment Centre, Brisbane w/ Muse (All Ages)
Tix: | Ph: 132 849
On sale now

Wednesday 11th December: Coolangatta Hotel, Gold Coast w/ Guineafowl (18+)
Tickets available @ 
Presented by Sea FM 90.9

Friday 13th December: Allphones Arena, Sydney w/ Muse (All Ages)
Tix: | Ph: 132 849
On sale now

Saturday 14th December: Panthers, Newcastle w/ Guineafowl (18+)
Tickets available @
Supported by NXFM 106.9

Sunday 15th December: Waves, Wollongong w/ Guineafowl (18+)
Tickets available @ 
Presented by i98


See you at the shows soon!

– BoT HQ



Birds of Tokyo have been nominated in 6 categories of the 27th ARIA Awards, being held in Sydney on Sun Dec 1.

The band picked up noms for Album of the Year, Best Group and Best Rock Album, plus in the publicly voted categories for Best Australian Live Act, Song of the Year and Best video for ‘Lanterns’ which was directed by Josh Logue.

Voting has now opened, so you can cast yours at @

– BoT HQ


Channel [V]’s 2013 Oz Artist of the Year – Vote now

Vote for Birds Of Tokyo who have been nominated for Channel [V]’s 2013 Oz Artist of the Year.

You can vote as many times as you like! The bottom three nominees will be determined each day and the artist with the least votes will be … eliminated … eeek.

Vote to keep Birds of Tokyo in the running HERE

The winner will be unveiled on December 7.

Thanks for voting.

– Bot HQ