Fresh from releasing the 4th single off his album Strange New Past, Seth Sentry will be campaigning with another humongous national tour this July and August. Launching his 1969 Campaign to bring hip hop to the Australian public, there is no doubting that Seth Sentry is the perfect candidate for the job.
Kicking off his 1969 Campaign Trail in Booval, Seth is going to be hitting every major venue including stops in Brunswick Heads, Brisbane, San Remo, Melbourne, Geelong, Sydney, Canberra, Wagga Wagga, Darwin, Adelaide, Launceston, Hobart, Bunbury and Perth. The Campaign Trail Tour will have a finale musical caucus at Margaret River.
Joining Seth by support is one of the fastest rising hip hop acts in Australia, Remi, who appears on the track, Nobody Like Me taken from the Strange New Past album. Although it may not ‘Trump’ Seth’s record-breaking 50 show tour last year, the 1969 Campaign Trail promises to be his biggest feat in terms of momentousness. Riding off the back of an AIR Award for ‘Best Hip Hop Release’, an ARIA Award for ‘Best Urban Release’ and appearances at a string of Summer festivals (including Falls Festival), Seth is on a winning streak and has no intention of breaking it any time soon.
Tickets will be available for pre-sale on Tuesday 26th of April and on sale to the general public as of Wednesday 27th of April.
Seth Sentry is on a fast track to the top and with his recent acclaimed success, this tour is looking to be one for the ages. Don’t miss this chance to see Seth lay his musical platforms down under!