Amy Shark has announced to her adoring fans that her national tour of Australia will be going ahead as planned.
This tour will take place in June and July, and the biggest change to the tour is that several shows are fully seated. One of these includes Perth’s RAC Arena on July 3.
This will be one of the first arena tours since COVID and it will begin in Newcastle. It will then move to Sydney, Melbourne, Hobart, Gold Coast, Brisbane, Adelaide and landing in Perth, WA for the finale.
If you are a ticket holder for Perth, Sydney, Melbourne or Adelaide, you are now able to convert your standing general admission tickets to allocated seating on the floor.
General Admission ticket holders will receive an email outlining how to change GA tickets to reserved seating.
It will only result in a slight reduction in capacity.
Amy has stated that these shows will be following her second album’s release. Cry Forever will be released on April 30.
“It’s been a very hard time for live music, both for artists and fans, with many tours having to postpone or cancel for reasons out of their control. This album is very important to me, so making these shows happen is my number one priority.”
“I know you have been looking forward to this tour and these shows as much as I have, so we have made some changes which has involved converting the standing floor tickets to reserved seating at some of the shows to ensure we are aligned with the COVID-safe guidelines.”
“By making these changes, it means the shows will go ahead. I was willing to do whatever it took to get this tour on the road. I’m so excited to play my biggest shows to date and am currently putting together a rather impressive show for you.”
Here are the tour dates:
June 11 – Newcastle
June 12 – Sydney
June 18 – Melbourne
June 19 – Hobart
June 25 – Gold Coast
June 26 – Brisbane
July 1 – Adelaide
July 3 – Perth
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Written by Ashley Riordan