Village Sounds, the promoter of Triple One has regretfully advised that this event has been rescheduled, with a new date to be confirmed.

“It is with great disappointment that we must postpone our upcoming HANDYMAN tour due to COVID-19 safety measures. The health & wellbeing of our fans, crew and band is paramount; and tour dates will be rescheduled for later in 2020. Please hold on to your tickets, as these will be valid for the new shows. If you cannot attend the new shows, a full refund will be available at your point of purchase. See you all soon”

Once the new show date is confirmed we will update this webpage and Ticketek will contact patrons directly. You will have the option of transferring tickets to the new event date or if you are unable to attend, you will receive a full refund.


In anticipation of their next single ‘Handyman’ releasing soon, Triple One have announced their biggest Australian tour to date, hitting five cities this May & June.

Triple One will take their hyperactive live show to Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane & Sydney; marking their first headline shows of 2020 and the official welcome for their hugely-hyped single ‘Handyman’. The Sydney hip-hop supergroup established themselves as a true powerhouse in 2019, releasing their Gold-accredited single ‘Butter’ and selling out five Australian headline shows, as well embarking on their debut UK & European tour.

They have snatched coverage from tastemakers like Highsnobiety, Complex and MTV, while Zane Lowe praised “their Brockhampton-style energy in the sense of free will and creativity.” Forever changing the landscape of local hip-hop with each release, Triple One continue to surge forward in 2020 with ‘Handyman’, and the accompanying tour will further solidify their reputation as one of Australia’s most intense and essential live acts.

Triple One will also be donating $1 from every ticket sold on the ‘Handyman’ tour to Women’s Community Shelters, to provide “direct relief of suffering of disadvantaged and homeless women by establishing new shelters in partnership with communities.”