The Queens of the Stone Age Play Benefit Gig

The Queens of the Stone Age played in Tasmania at the Museum of Old and New Art, where they raised over $20,000 for the Royal Hobart’s Paediatrics Ward. 

Having concluded their internationally chart-topping album Villains, its 129th gig in Perth concluded their world tour. Speaking about the gig, Josh Homme said: “I sit with Brody’s Mum and enjoy the wild, utterly Australian beauty. I think MONA is a perfect example of Tassie individuality, so playing there is an honour.”

Following the gig, the band visited the ward to deliver presents and the cheque in person.

See the setlist and footage from the gig below:

The Way You Used to Do
Go With the Flow
Memories Are Made of This (Dean Martin cover)
I Never Came
Make It Wit Chu
Better Living Through Chemistry
Hideaway
Mama Got the Blues (C.W. Stoneking cover, with C.W. Stoneking)
Bad Boy (Marty Wilde cover)
Minnie the Moocher (Cab Calloway cover)