The Mars Volta is set to bring the bombast at three huge sideshows this January whilst in Australia for the Big Day Out.
FasterLouder is proud to present The Mars Volta:
Monday 18 January – Tivoli, Brisbane
Wednesday 20 January – Hordern Pavilion, Sydney
Monday 25 January – Festival Hall, Melbourne
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