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Frontman of Australian band Airbourne, Joel O'Keeffe performs at the music festival

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Frontman of Australian band Airbourne, Joel O'Keeffe performs at the music festival "Rock im Park" in Nuremberg, Germany, Friday June 7, 2013.

Hard-rocking Australian band Airbourne will crank up the amps when they play the Garrick Centre on Thursday, Aug. 22.

The band, which namechecks guitar-god bands like Motörhead, Thin Lizzy and Iron Maiden as inspirations, will be supporting its latest album, Black Dog Barking.

Tickets for the all general-admission show, which will go for $25 plus facility and service charges, go on sale at Ticketmaster Friday, June 14 at 10 a.m.

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