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Dirty Honey Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
Dirty Honey Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts

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Live Photos of Dirty Honey

Dirty Honey at Brunswick, Australia in Stay Gold 2024
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Fan Reviews

David
December 16th 2023
Dirty Honey performs another great live show! I love it when band promote their new material and Dirty Honey did just that performing 8 of their 11 songs off their latest release "Can't find the Brakes". As well as popular songs from the prior 2 releases and playing for approximately an hour and 45 minutes. The songs were tight and well rehearsed even playing 3 songs live that had not been performed before live with the comment " We haven't played this live before so if we F**K it up..." both were performed exceptionally well. The venue The Hawthorn served well with an open floor plan though with very little seating, to allow a great unobstructed view from several vantage point.
St. Louis, MO@
The Hawthorn
Clinton
December 8th 2023
Dirty Honey! This was my 3rd time seeing DH live and they never disappoint. If you’re into old school rock and roll and want something new, look no further. Memorable riffs, catchy hooks, and throwback vocals that harken the classic rock era of the 1970’s. John Notto is truly one of the next great rock guitar hero’s, and Mark Labelle’s smooth delivery seems effortless.
Detroit, MI@
Saint Andrew's Hall
Bri
November 27th 2023
We literally decided to go last minute and it was the best judgment call I've ever made; like we bought our tickets inside the venue right before Austin Meade came out 😭 Needless to say, it was SO worth the money. Also shoutout to Carson Macc for an impromptu Rolling Stones cover with them??? wtf??? Couldn't handle that after seeing Mac Saturn literally the night before-ANYWAY yes I recommend pls don't hesitate like I did cause I almost missed such a fantastic night out!!!
Seattle, WA@
The Showbox
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About Dirty Honey

After spending the past two years conquering the U.K. and Europe with three sold-out tours, Dirty Honey returned to Byron Bay, Australia, in April ’23 to record their sophomore album, Can’t Find The Brakes, with producer Nick DiDia (Rage Against The Machine, Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam, Stone Temple Pilots). The album’s first single, “Won’t Take Me Alive,” is a literal, take-no-prisoners-balls-out rocker available everywhere. Dirty Honey will launch the first leg of their 2023-24 world tour in the U.S. in September, supporting Guns N’ Roses and then roll into headline dates in October/November/December.
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Band Members:
Marc LaBelle: Lead Vocals, Jaydon Bean: Drums, Justin Smolian: Bass, John Notto: Guitars
Hometown:
Los Angeles, California

Concerts and tour dates

Upcoming
Past

Live Photos of Dirty Honey

Dirty Honey at Brunswick, Australia in Stay Gold 2024
View All Photos

Dirty Honey merchamazonview store

Dirty Honey
$19.98
View All
Dirty Honey's tour

Fan Reviews

David
December 16th 2023
Dirty Honey performs another great live show! I love it when band promote their new material and Dirty Honey did just that performing 8 of their 11 songs off their latest release "Can't find the Brakes". As well as popular songs from the prior 2 releases and playing for approximately an hour and 45 minutes. The songs were tight and well rehearsed even playing 3 songs live that had not been performed before live with the comment " We haven't played this live before so if we F**K it up..." both were performed exceptionally well. The venue The Hawthorn served well with an open floor plan though with very little seating, to allow a great unobstructed view from several vantage point.
St. Louis, MO@
The Hawthorn
Clinton
December 8th 2023
Dirty Honey! This was my 3rd time seeing DH live and they never disappoint. If you’re into old school rock and roll and want something new, look no further. Memorable riffs, catchy hooks, and throwback vocals that harken the classic rock era of the 1970’s. John Notto is truly one of the next great rock guitar hero’s, and Mark Labelle’s smooth delivery seems effortless.
Detroit, MI@
Saint Andrew's Hall
Bri
November 27th 2023
We literally decided to go last minute and it was the best judgment call I've ever made; like we bought our tickets inside the venue right before Austin Meade came out 😭 Needless to say, it was SO worth the money. Also shoutout to Carson Macc for an impromptu Rolling Stones cover with them??? wtf??? Couldn't handle that after seeing Mac Saturn literally the night before-ANYWAY yes I recommend pls don't hesitate like I did cause I almost missed such a fantastic night out!!!
Seattle, WA@
The Showbox
View More Fan Reviews

About Dirty Honey

After spending the past two years conquering the U.K. and Europe with three sold-out tours, Dirty Honey returned to Byron Bay, Australia, in April ’23 to record their sophomore album, Can’t Find The Brakes, with producer Nick DiDia (Rage Against The Machine, Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam, Stone Temple Pilots). The album’s first single, “Won’t Take Me Alive,” is a literal, take-no-prisoners-balls-out rocker available everywhere. Dirty Honey will launch the first leg of their 2023-24 world tour in the U.S. in September, supporting Guns N’ Roses and then roll into headline dates in October/November/December.
Show More
Band Members:
Marc LaBelle: Lead Vocals, Jaydon Bean: Drums, Justin Smolian: Bass, John Notto: Guitars
Hometown:
Los Angeles, California

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