Sticky Fingers Tickets

Sticky Fingers Tickets

Sticky FingersSticky Fingers will be performing an event in the next dates is right in your area. Buy tickets for your favorite performer or group and you will be able to visit his show already tomorrow!

Buy Sticky Fingers Tour Tickets

Choose a date and the place to see all the prices and the best seats

Share with friends:
Updated: 10-21-2021

 

Sticky Fingers is a reggae/indie rock band formed in 2008 in Sydney, Australia. The band consists of Dylan Frost (lead vocals/guitar), Paddy Cornwall (bass/vocals), Seamus Coyle (lead guitar), Beaker Best (drums/percussion) and Freddy Crabs (keys/synth). Former band member Taras Hrubyj-Piper (guitar/keyboards) left the band in 2009, shortly after their debut EP Helping Hand was released.

They have released four studio albums: Caress Your Soul (2013), Land of Pleasure (2014), Westway (The Glitter & The Slums) (2016), and Yours to Keep (2019) as well as three EP's: Helping Hand (2009), Extended Play (2010), and Happy Endings (2011). Their third album was the first album to debut and appear at number 1 on the Australian Albums Chart. On 5 December 2016 the band announced they would be going on an indefinite hiatus in February, due to several internal issues. On 26 March 2018, the band announced their return via their instagram account.

The band was formed after Cornwall and Best saw Frost busking outside of the Coopers Hotel in Newtown. In 2009, Sticky Fingers played their first live show and released their debut EP titled Helping Hand. The EP showcases the early sound of Sticky Fingers which is mainly reggae driven, and includes the songs "Inspirational" and "Juicy Ones" which were later re-recorded for their Extended Play EP. The EP credits Taras Hrubyj-Piper for guitar and keyboard work, as well as Caroline De Dear and rapper Mute Mc for vocal work on the song "Lyrical Stoka".

After having their applications to play the Newtown Festival rejected on two consecutive occasions, in 2010, Sticky Fingers set up their own DIY stage in a friend's backyard nearby on the day of the festival. The renegade performance caught the attention of promoters, and notably, producer Dan Hume, who would go on to produce their next 3 records. Sticky Fingers also went on to headline Newtown Festival the next year.

Their third album Westway (The Glitter & the Slums) was mostly recorded over the course of a month in Karma Sound Studios, Bang Saray, Thailand in early 2016 and was released on 30 September 2016. Frost and Cornwall wrote the lyrics of the album and two songs, "Something Strange" featuring Australian rapper Remi and "Amillionite", were recorded in Sydney. The album debuted at number one on the Australian Albums Chart, making it the band's first number-one Australian album.

On 5 December 2016, the band announced through a Facebook post that they were going on an indefinite hiatus. Later that day, Dylan Frost posted a Facebook status on the band's page apologising for his behaviour and announcing he struggles with alcohol addiction and mental health issues.

On 6 December 2016, an article published by The Sydney Morning Herald detailed further events leading to the hiatus. Frost was accused of being physically threatening to indigenous singer Thelma Plum after an incident at a Sydney pub where he reportedly spat on her. In a since-deleted Facebook post, Plum had referenced an earlier episode in July 2016 when Frost was mistaken to have shouted racist taunts at indigenous metal band Dispossessed as they spoke about the abuse of children at the Don Dale Youth Detention Centre.

On 26 March 2018, the band used their Instagram account to post an image of the five members together, with the caption "Look who's back", signalling a return from their hiatus. On 30 March they played at Bad Friday, a neighborhood music festival held in Sydney's Inner West.

On 13 April 2018, they released a comeback single, "Kick On", and announced a June 2018 world tour with shows in Australia, Mexico, the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands, New Zealand and Indonesia. This tour includes a performance at Luna Park's Big Top, Sydney.

 

How to buy concert tickets

Looking for the cheapest concert tickets for the show of Sticky Fingers Tour 2022? If yes, then welcome to our portal offering a wide choice of either cheap of VIP tickets. Furthermore, we guarantee that here, you will definitely find so desired tickets for the performance of the Sticky Fingers 2021 Tour dates you adore.

The show of Sticky Fingers is worth seeing. You won’t regret because this talented person will gift you unforgettable emotions, help you forget about all problems and allow you to jump into the fantastic world of music for only one evening.

The primary target of our service is to offer Sticky Fingers tour tickets for the show of your favorite singer at the most affordable price. You may be sure that choosing our ticket service, you will not overpay and get the entrance ticket for the incredible performance, you were waiting for so long. We know everything about the way how a professional ticket service should work. So, with us, you’ll get the lowest Sticky Fingers ticket prices and the best places for the show.

It makes no matter what show you wish to attend. In any case, if this is your favorite group or singer, don’t save money. Life is too short. So, try to collect positive emotions that like small bricks build your life experience. Don’t miss the performance that will take place very soon in your city!

 

Comments

Leave a comment

Your Name:
Rate your experience:
Message:

Related Concerts

Vulkan Vegas

100% Buyer Guarantee

200% Guarantee
  • 100% Secure transactions backed by full-service customer care.
  • Our WebSite is a resale marketplace, not a box office or venue.
  • Prices may be above or below face value.
  • Your seats are together unless otherwise noted.
  • 100% Full refund for events that are canceled and not rescheduled.

McAfee Secure: Certified Site

TRUSTe Certified Privacy

We accept:

Accepted payments logos

 

Moneyback guarantee