The London producer will play six dates in Australia and New Zealand this month.
The 12 months since the London artist's last visit have been filled with extensive touring, including four visits to the States as well as dozens of sets around Europe. His trip to the Tasman will also be comprehensive, with the first of his six shows going down on April 17th at Melbourne's Revolver Upstairs with the All Good and Late Show crews. He then heads to Sydney on the 19th for a day party at a TBA location, before playing Bowler Bar in Brisbane on the 20th for Auditree and Kush Club. Williams starts the following weekend in Perth, where he'll join Rustie, New York Transit Authority and Nightwave on the bill for Why Make Sense 002 at Port Beach Sand Tracks on ANZAC Day eve (April 24th). He jets over to Christchurch on the 25th for a show at Winnie Bagoes City, before wrapping the tour up in Auckland on the 26th to play Sick Disco's fifth birthday at Cassette Nine.
Apr 17 All Good & The Late Show P.., Revolver Upstairs, Melbourne Apr 19 T. Williams Day Party, TBA - Sydney, Sydney Apr 20 Auditree & The Kush Club present: .., Bowler Bar, Brisbane Apr 24 Why Make Sense 002: Rusti.., Port Beach Sand Tracks, Perth Apr 25 City Underground presen.., Winnie Bagoes City, New Zealand Apr 26 Sick Disco 5th Birthd.., Cassette Number Nine, New Zealand