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In Hearts Wake / Skydancer Tour

When:

Wed 29 Jan 2014, 6:00pm

Where: Ballarat Mechanics Institute, 117 Sturt Street, Ballarat Central, Ballarat and Western District

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $20.00
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Listed by: jonathonvanderploeg

In Hearts Wake have unveiled three weeks of regional dates with good friends and label mates Hand of Mercy & Hellions in tow. The extensive run, scheduled for summer 2014, embodies In Hearts Wakes’s continuous endeavor to reach new audiences. These dates will see the guys surpass 100 live shows, between Australia, New Zealand, the UK and Europe, since the August 2012 release of their sophomore album “Divination”.

The Skydancer Tour is part of a new chapter for the Byron Bay group, having launched a single of the same name last month as part of a groundbreaking project. The project demanded the attention and respect of the entire industry with it’s focus to raise awareness and much needed funds for the less fortunate, as well as highlighting the importance of the human connection with nature. Using the Skydancer single as a tool, the group was able to raise money for three grassroots not for profit organisations based across different continents – giving the band the ability not only to support local organisations, but also to make an impact to a global audience, spreading their message of positivity.