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Secret Sounds-promoted tour set to donate 100% of ticket sales to music charity 

The Jack Daniel’s Live At Last Tour kicked off yesterday (Tuesday) on the Sunshine Coast, Australia, with 100% of ticket sales from the event going towards music industry charity, Support Act.

Promoted by Secret Sounds, the series of shows will take place at various venues across Australia throughout April, including Sunshine Coast’s SolBar, Factory Theatre in Sydney, Fortitude Music Hall in Brisbane and The Espy in Melbourne.

Performing at SolBar were Perth rockers Pond and artist Clypso, who has worked with the likes of English musician Jamie XX and Swedish performer, Neneh Cherry.

In Sydney, on April 21, The Buoys (pictured) – an all-female band from Sydney – will be performing alongside Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, while Brisbane’s April 24 show will feature performances from Wafia, Merci, Mercy and San Cisco.

The Jack Daniel’s Live At Last Tour will conclude in Melbourne on Thursday 28 with performances from Ruby Fields and Adam Newling.

Tickets are A$10 (£6/$7/€7) with all proceeds going to Support Act, which is a charity that supports the music industry, delivering crisis relief to musicians, managers, crew and music workers that have been unable to work due to ill health, injury, mental health or Covid-19.