Caitlin Harnett and the Pony Boys announce 2022 tour dates


Caitlin Harnett & The Pony Boys have announced a massive East Coast series of shows for next year, which will start in January and run through June.

Along with a host of key dates, the race will also include several festival appearances, including sets such as King Street Carnival, Riverboats, Yours & Owls, and Festival of the Sun.

In total, the alternative country outfit will perform 23 shows, with metro (Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne) and regional (Tamworth, Castlemaine, Newcastle, Port Macquarie, Wollongong and more) reservations. See tour dates below – tickets are on sale now.

According to a press release, the show series will see Harnett and co. both road testing new songs from an upcoming album as well as playing clips from their 2020 debut album “Late Night Essentials”. He returned in November of last year, having premiered with singles like “5am” and “Don’t Give Up On Me”.

Last month, Harnett announced his signing with the band to Spunk Records, both for a reissue of “Late Night Essentials” with new material.

“I’ve been working on the songs for the past year or so and I’m going to be meeting with the boys over the next few months to start planning for record number two,” Harnett said in a statement at the time.

“I think some Sheryl Crow country vibes could happen for this next album,” she added. “I can’t wait to share it with you all! “

The dates for Caitlin Harnett & The Pony Boys’ 2022 “Pleasure Riding” tour are:

Saturday 15th – Sydney (Gadigal), King Street Carnival
Thursday 20-Sunday 23 – Tamworth (Kamilaroi), Tamworth Hotel

Sunday 13 – Gerringong (Dharawal), The trampling of the grapes
Friday 18-Saturday 19 – Echuca (Yorta Yorta), Riverboats Music Festival

Saturday 5 – Bunurong, Ninchfest

Saturday 2 – Wollongong (Dharawal), Yours & Owls festival
Saturday 30 – Adelaide (Kaurna), Grace Emily

Thursday 5 – Belgrave (Wurundjeri), Sooki Lounge
Friday 6 – Melbourne (Wurundjeri), Gasometer
Saturday 7 – Castlemaine (Dja Dja Wurrung), Bridge Hotel
Sunday 8 – Geelong (Wadawurrung), Barwon Club
Thursday 19 – Newcastle (Awabakal), Cambridge Hotel
Friday 20 – Port Macquarie (Birpai), Sun Festival
Thursday 26 – Wollongong (Dharawal), La La La’s
Friday 27 – Sydney (Gadigal), Oxford Art Factory
Saturday 28 – Katoomba (Dharug), Baroque Hall

Friday 3 – Eltham (Bundjalung), Eltham Hotel
Saturday 4 – North Lakes (Kabi Kabi), Thirsty Chiefs Brewery
Sunday 5 – Gold Coast (Yugambeh), Mo’s Desert Clubhouse


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