Cold Chisel Add New Dates To Aussie Tour

Cold Chisel will add several new dates to their already popular gigs coming up in April. The group will play several intimate shows in Melbourne and Sydney as the launch date to their new record No Plans drawers closer. The album will be the bands first in 14 years, due for release on April 6. 
Chisel will play Melbourne’s Festival Hall on April 12, followed by the Sydney Hordern Pavilion on April 18. The rock legends have already committed to the Bluesfest on April 5 and Sandalford Estate on April 7. Seeing Cold Chisel back on stage and in-front of the microphone is every Aussie rock fans dream – welcome back!

Cold Chisel To Headline Festival

Cold Chisel will headline the Byron Bay Blues Festival in April 2012. Fresh off the back of a recent tour and rave reviews, the group will feature in the special Blues fest down by the gorgeous blue sea-line down at Byron Bay. The boys from Chisel have a show in Newcastle tonight followed by a stopover on December 13 at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre.

Cold Chisel To Tour AUS & NZ

It took about 30 years, but Cold Chisel are finally hitting the road for a tour of Australia and New Zealand. Word on the street is that the guys from ‘Chisel’ will perform 20 of their biggest hits at shows to be held in larger outdoor like venues – such as the local showground, stadiums and amphitheatres. Melbournites, the blokes from CC will hit Rod Laver Arena on November 24. 


13 – Newcastle Panthers, Newcastle, NSW

19 – Townsville Entertainment Centre, Townsville, QLD

21 – Cairns Showgrounds, Cairns, QLD

23 – Botanic Gardens Amphitheatre, Darwin, NT

26 – Mackay Showgrounds, Mackay, QLD

27 – Rockhampton Showgrounds, Rockhampton, QLD

29 – Stockland Park, Sunshine Coast, QLD


5 – A DAY ON THE GREEN, Robert Oatley Vineyards, Mudgee, NSW

7 – Tamworth Regional Entertainment Centre, Tamworth, NSW

10 – Acer Arena, Sydney, NSW

12 – A DAY ON THE GREEN, Bimbadgen Winery, Hunter Valley, NSW

13 – WIN Entertainment Centre, Wollongong, NSW

15 – Sydney Entertainment Centre, Sydney, NSW

17 – AIS Arena, Canberra, ACT

18 – Gateway Lakes, Wodonga, VIC

19 – A DAY ON THE GREEN, Rochford Winery, Yarra Valley, VIC

22 – Derwent Entertainment Centre, Hobart, TAS

24 – Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, VIC

26 – Sandalford Estate, Margaret River, WA

27 – Belvoir Amphitheatre, Perth, WA

29 – Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide, SA


2 – TSB Arena, Wellington, NZ

3 – Vector Arena, Auckland, NZ 

Cold Chisel – Flame Trees
Cold Chisel – Khe Sanh


Cold Chisel – Forever Now (1982)

Get ready for it Chisel fans… COLD CHISEL are about to release 56 brand spanking new tracks, unreleased and unheard including rare recordings, unseen live footage as well as six DVDs and more than 40 performances which have been unseen by the world! From the 56 tracks, some will include performances from 1977, 78 as well as rare b-sides and original demos. The Chisel classic catalogue is set to be released on July 22.

“Listening to all of this music and watching all of this footage from the past has been amazing” said Jimmy Barnes. “There are songs and performances we’d completely forgotten about; there were times we said, ‘did we really play that’? Some tracks here we only ever played once or twice and there are demos of songs that turned into something else. It’s been a real trip through our past and reminded us that we were OK for a rock and roll band.” ~ Jimmy Barnes