For over a decade. Melbourne’s finest genre-busting, multi-platinum selling band THE CAT EMPIRE has been known far and wide as one of the world’s greatest party bands. Their colourful, genre-bending music, shipped across the globe in traveler’s backpacks, seems at home almost anywhere.


Following the enormous success of their seventh chart-topping album, STOLEN DIAMONDS, released in February 2019, which debuted in the Top 20 in 16 countries around the world, the band return with an impressive array of dates for March 2020 in the UK and Spain.


Difficult to describe and impossible to categorise, THE CAT EMPIRE’s reputation is built upon a chaotic and fiercely uplifting live performance, one that saw them complete 120 live shows across the world last year, playing to a combined audience of over 600,000.


Having played multiple night, sold-out shows across the UK at venues such as London’s Roundhouse and the prestigious Royal Albert Hall, the band are keen to take their fans on a journey back to where it all began, playing the O2 Shepherds Bush Empire followed by dates in Brighton, Cambridge, Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham and Oxford. They then head to Spain to play a number dates, where they have crowds of devoted fans following their every move.


It would be a gross understatement to say the previous 12 months might have been busy for THE CAT EMPIRE: multiple sold out tours across Europe, America and Australia; acclaimed side projects and collaborations; and a campaign that saw them release one song per month from STOLEN DIAMONDS across 2018 / 2019, drawing ecstatic responses from critics and fans alike.


It has been suggested that the reason why THE CAT EMPIRE headline so many major festivals across the world is because no band is brave enough to take the stage after them. Such is the power of their live show and musicianship, which sees their infectious, genre-embracing anthems sweep audiences into a frenzy of dancing and singing.


Watch THE CAT EMPIRE in full flight playing OSCAR WILDE to a sold-out London Roundhouse here: 


MARCH 2020


Thu            12            LONDON                                    Shepherds Bush Empire

Sat            14            BRIGHTON                                    Concorde 2

Sun            15            CAMBRIDGE                                    Corn Exchange

Tue            17            LEEDS                                                Beckett’s Student Union

Wed            18            MANCHESTER                                    O2 Ritz

Thu            19            BIRMINGHAM                                    O2 Institute

Fri            20            OXFORD                                    O2 Academy

Mon            23            VALENCIA                                    Moon

Wed            25            SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA            Capitol

Sat            28            BARCELONA                                    Sant Jordi Club

Sun            29            GIRONA                                    Black Music Festival



  • Artist pre-sale will commence Wednesday 2 October at 10.00am
  • To access the artist pre-sale, fans will need to sign up to the band’s website mailing list by midnight on Tuesday 1 October
  • General sale will commence on Friday 4 October at 10.00am





Seven albums into a stellar career, these six musicians from Melbourne, Australia began as a word of mouth secret transported globally by backpackers, fast becoming an international touring juggernaut with legions of devotees at every stop. THE CAT EMPIRE’s commitment to live music, showmanship, and their unstoppable energy and generosity as performers makes them a stand out whenever they take the stage. Along for the ide this time are special guests Lucy Lu.





  • The Cat Empire | 2003
  • Two Shoes | 2005
  • So Many Nights | 2007
  • Cinema | 2010
  • Steal the Light | 2013
  • Rising with The Sun | 2016
  • Stolen Diamonds | 2019





  • FELIX RIEBL | percussion + vocals
  • HARRY JAMES ANGUS | trumpet + vocals
  • WILL HULL-BROWN | drums
  • JAMSHID KHADIWALA | decks + percussion
  • OLLIE MCGILL | keyboards
  • RYAN MONRO | bass





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