Polaris announced European tour for March 2024

Sydney melodic metalcore outfit Polaris are pleased to announce that they will be returning to our continent in early 2024 for their biggest ever run of UK and European headline shows. This announcement comes off the back of their new studio album – Fatalism was released last month to widespread critical acclaim. The band also just wrapped up a hugely successful tour supporting While She Sleeps with Bury Tomorrow across the UK and Europe.

The Fatalism European and UK Tour 2024 will start on March 1st in Wiesbaden, Germany, taking the band across 13 countries, racking up 25 performances across the whole month. Supports will be announced in due course.


01.03.24  Germany Wiesbaden Schlachthof
02.03.24  Belgium Sint-Niklaas Casino
03.03.24  UK London o2 Forum Kentish Town
04.03.24  UK Manchester O2 Ritz
05.03.24  UK Birmingham o2 Institute
07.03.24  UK Glasgow SWG3
08.03.24  UK Bristol SWX
09.03.24  Netherlands Amsterdam Melkweg
10.03.24  France Paris Elysée Montmartre
12.03.24  Spain Madrid Mon Live
13.03.24  Spain Barcelona Razzmatazz 2 
14.03.24  France Lyon CCO
15.03.24  Switzerland Zurich Komplex
16.03.24  Germany Munich Backstage
18.03.24  Austria Wien SimmCity
19.03.24  Czech Rep Prague MeetFactory
20.03.24  Poland Warsaw Proxima
22.03.24  Germany Hamburg Fabrik
23.03.24  Sweden Gothenburg Brewhouse
24.03.24  Sweden Stockholm Fryshuset Klubben
26.03.24  Finland Helsinki Kulttuuritalo
28.03.24  Denmark Copenhagen Pumpehuset
29.03.24  Germany Berlin Metropol 
30.03.24  Germany Leipzig Impericon Festival
31.03.24  Germany Oberhausen Impericon Festival

Fear: humanity’s great divider, but also its most potent unifier. It’s this very notion that lies at the beating core of Polaris’s third album Fatalism; a record shaped by the sense of despair and dystopia that engulfed the world over the past few years, and the overwhelming accompanying sensation that we were powerless to change course.

Fatalism‘s singles InhumaneNightmare and Overflow emerged during the band’s 2022 writing session in the Blue Mountains, with the alt rock leanings beating at the core of the latest track organically emerging from some of Polaris‘ own personal listening repertoire.

Polaris have already firmly established their place as a fixture in the Australian heavy landscape via their first two albums, the ARIA-nominated The Death Of Me and 2017’s The Mortal Coil, which debuted in the Australian Top 10. They have been awarded a laundry list of accolades, album of the year mentions in end of year lists, sold-out countless headline tours of Australia and have toured across the globe. Not to mention performing at Download Festival, Unify Gathering in Australia, headlining Knight & Day Festival and most recently performing the 2022 Good Things Festival headlined by Bring Me The Horizon. Fatalism landed Polaris an Australian #1 for two weeks in a row in the ARIA Charts.

Polaris are currently touring the USA, with support from Currents, Varials and Paledusk.

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