Butterfingers “15 Years of Fatboys” Tour

After a massive 2018, which has already seen Aussie hiphop royalty Butterfingers release new music, head out on tour and play a string of killer showcases at BIGSOUND, the legendary group have today announced the 15 Years of Fatboys Australian tour. The epic run kicks off on March 1, 2019 at The Villa in Noosa, before moving through to the Gold Coast, Brisbane, Wollongong, Newcastle, Sydney, Adelaide, Frankston, Geelong, Belgrave, Dunsborough, Perth, Hillarys, Melbourne, Hobart, Townsville, Airlie Beach, Toowoomba, Ipswich, and wrapping up at The Northern in Byron Bay on April 26, supported nationally by Melbourne MC, Fresh Violet.

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Fresh Violet east coast tour

To round out a massive 2018, Fresh Violet smashed through one last run of appearances across the east coast. After the success of her album launch at Laundry Bar Vizzy was delighted to participate in the Rap Olympics show case at Jungle Love festival joining the Freestyle Friday crew as a special guest. She then returned to her home town of Melbourne to host the 5th instalment of the Girls to the Front Showcase which she is proud to have an on-going involvement with. Finally Fresh headed to Sydney to launch her album with the Freshly Squeezed crew and close collaborator P.Smurf.


Community tour

Recently reformed genre smashing mega stars Mammal undertook a massive national tour in 2018 to celebrate their recently released singles “Community” and “Dead”. Fresh Violet joined the tour as a National Support act and joined their set in 10 cities around Australia.

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Fresh Violet teamed up with fellow Melbournian rapper Hudson Wallace to create and host Ante Up! A series of hip hop events around Australia that raised funds for people experiencing domestic abuse. The first edition of the tour ran at the start of 2018 and featured events in Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra and Brisbane.

Third breakfast tour

The success of Fresh Violet’s first two tours led to her being in high demand all over Australia. Fresh spent the latter half of 2017 travelling where ever she was invited to play. This run of dates came about organically and were lovingly dubbed the Third Breakfast Tour.

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Second breakfast tour

After the success of Fresh Violet’s first tour at the start of 2017, Fresh followed up ‘The Breakfast Tour’ with ‘The Second Breakfast Tour’.

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Breakfast tour

Fresh Violet’s first tour the ‘Breakfast Tour’ took place in 2017 in support of her debut single ‘Breakfast’ released in March of that year.