Saturday, 2/1/2025
at 8:00 PM

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For almost a quarter of a century, Airbourne has stood for honest, handmade music brimming with energy and passion. The rockers from the Australian town of Warrnambool, with a population of 30,000, embody everything that makes good hard rock. Ten years after their first gig at Z7, the power Aussies return to Pratteln with a new album.

On January 1, 2024, Airbourne's lead singer and guitarist Joel O'Keeffe kicked off the new year in his typical style on the band's social media channels. “Welcome to the year 2024! Let's kick the damn door in,” began the energetic New Year's address, assuring fans: “We will tour the world again with a new album and rock harder than ever before. We are coming back to make the ground shake and have you headbanging like never before.” Since 2001, O'Keeffe has been working with his brother Ryan (Drums) to carry Australian hard rock in the tradition of legendary countrymen like Rose Tattoo and AC/DC out into the world. Airbourne has released five studio albums and a B-sides compilation, all of which act as a massive adrenaline rush. Their latest work, "Boneshaker," was released in 2019 and reached number 7 on the album charts in Germany and Switzerland. However, the fans are eagerly waiting to get their hands on new Airbourne ear candy. The O’Keeffe brothers are certainly ready and can't wait to hit the stage again with their bandmates Justin Street (Bass, since 2004) and Brett Tyrrell (Rhythm Guitar, since 2023), to perform the new songs alongside live classics like "Runnin’ Wild," "Too Much, Too Young, Too Fast," "Girls In Black," "Breakin’ Outta Hell," or "Stand Up For Rock’n’Roll" in concert.

Doors open: 6:30 PM

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