PMJ will circumnavigate the globe with their Welcome to the Twenties 2.0 Tour to usher in the upcoming 2020’s and prepare the world for a new decade—one that Postmodern Jukebox creator Scott Bradlee hopes will see a return to the style and craftsmanship that typified the music of past generations. “Last time around the ‘Twenties gave us Jazz, America’s one true art form. Who knows what is possible in the 2020s?” says Bradlee.
“One thing that is for sure is that there are a lot of folks that are tired of the clickbait headlines, mindless reality TV, and smartphone addiction that has only served to divide people in the last decade. We’re using our small corner of the pop culture space to tell people to forget their troubles and come join us for a night of celebrating true musical talent and timeless style – live and in real life.”
“When creating a touring version of the Postmodern Jukebox concept, we work on pairing the right talent with the right material and building a unique and amazing experience for Postmodern Jukebox fans,” Bradlee says. “Get ready for the most sensational ’20s party this side of The Great Gatsby.”
Started by Bradlee in 2009, Postmodern Jukebox (PMJ) has gone on to amass over one billion YouTube views with 3.5 million subscribers, and have chalked up more than 1.7 million fans on Facebook. For the past half-decade, PMJ has toured the world, playing hundreds of shows to sold-out houses on six continents. They’ve also performed on shows like “Good Morning America,” topped iTunes and Billboard charts, and caught the attention of NPR Music, NBC News and a wide array of celebrity fans.
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Wednesday 18 September – Darwin Entertainment Centre, Darwin
Friday 20 September – Astor Theatre, Perth
Saturday 21 September – Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide
Sunday 22 September – Palais Theatre, Melbourne
Monday 23 September – Ulumbarra Theatre, Bendigo
Wednesday 25 September – Odeon Theatre, Hobart
Friday 27 September – Cairns Performing Arts Centre, Cairns
Saturday 28 September – Townsville Entertainment Centre, Townsville
Sunday 29 September – Empire Theatre, Toowoomba
Monday 30 September – QPAC, Brisbane
Wednesday 2 October – The Star, Gold Coast
Thursday 3 October – Evan Theatre, Penrith
Friday 4 October – Civic Theatre, Newcastle
Saturday 5 October – Llewellyn Hall, Canberra
Monday 7 October – Sydney Opera House, Sydney
Wednesday 9 October – Anita’s Theatre, Wollongong
Friday 11 October – Addison Theatre, Tauranga
Saturday 12 October – Great Hall, Auckland
Sunday 13 October – Claudelands, Hamilton
Tuesday 15 October – Municipal Theatre, Napier
Wednesday 16 October – The Regent, Palmerston North
Friday 18 October – Opera House, Wellington
Saturday 19 October – Isaac Theatre Royal, Christchurch
Sunday 20 October – Regent Theatre, Dunedin