The Cat Empire return to the London stage for a debut Royal Albert Hall performance.
The globally-popular Australian band's shows always promise incredible musicality, humour, entertainment and energy, guaranteed to make audiences smile and dance. More than a decade into their career, The Cat Empire have emerged as one of a small handful of international bands able to inspire such a dedicated following and enduring worldwide career.
This special Hall show will see them accompanied by new music that the band has been recording in their hometown of Melbourne, and will allow them to once again perform to their loyal London fanbase:
"We feel right at home in London venues. Shepherds Bush Empire is one of our favourite venues in the world" says front man and trumpeter Harry James Angus. "Brixton Academy is also an amazing stage to play. But the move into Royal Albert Hall will be epic."
Support will come from South London singer-songwriter Andreya Triana.