Cog

AUS

Sat 12 February 2022

Venue

The Tivoli

Presented By

Volume Touring

Date / Time

Doors 5:00PM
Start 5:40PM
18+

Supported By

June Cartel
Osaka Punch
Patient Lounge
The Stranger

Price

From $59.95

Info

General Admission
18+

VENUE/DATE CHANGE

COG, which was originally scheduled to take place at our sister venue, The Princess Theatre, on Thu 4 Nov 2021 and Fri 5 Nov 2021 will now take place at The Tivoli on Saturday 12 February 2022.

A message from Cog:

It is with much frustration and deep disappointment that our upcoming Brisbane shows will have to be postponed. We were really hoping for a more sensible scenario to present itself as was the case with “the Other Festival” in 2020 but this time it hasn’t worked out.

After waiting for a more favourable change to the current border restrictions and mandates it appears that the most recent Queensland Government announcements have sadly prevented us from travelling to Brisbane to do what we do. We have been left with no choice but to reschedule in the hope that the status quo changes in the near future.

We understand that the music and freedom-loving folk who have purchased tickets for these shows have had to plan and organise their own lives in order to travel and attend and we sincerely apologise for any and all inconveniences that may arise due to the rescheduling.

We’re living in exceptional times. Do your best to stay healthy, sane and strong. Look after your family and friends and we wish to enjoy the presence of you all in Feb @ the Tivoli.

Flynn, Luke & Lucius. Cog

Tickets to the original shows will be valid for the new date at The Tivoli. You don't need to do anything, just hold on to your tickets.

If you require a refund, you can request a refund through Ticketmaster by following the steps here.


Sydney band COG will perform at The Tivoli in February as part of Open Season with supports are Patient Lounge, The Stranger, Rhino, Osaka Punk and June Cartle.

Cog formed in 1998 by former schoolmates Flynn Gower (vocals, guitar) and Lucius Borich (drums), who had previously played together in The Hanging Tree, a late-'90s stoner rock band. Shortly after forming and writing some initial material, the two incorporated Luke Gower, the brother of Flynn, to play bass.

Open Season is supported through Tourism and Events Queensland, the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland, and the Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund – an Australian Government initiative.