Concert

Amy Shark

Cry Forever Tour

Date

Friday 4 March 2022 TBC

Venue

Rod Laver Arena

Homegrown eight-time ARIA award-winning, singer-songwriter, Amy Shark, is off on a massive headline tour of Australia in 2022 in support of her new album, ‘Cry Forever’, which is available now.

Armed with a bunch of new songs and some impressive ARIA wins (including ‘Best Australian Live Act’ which she picked up for her last tour, along with ‘Best Pop Release’ for ‘Everybody Rise’), Shark is no stranger to the big stage and sure knows how to put on an impressive show, and with support from exciting newcomers Evie Irie and Teenage Joans – this is a tour not to be missed.

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About Amy Shark

After honing her craft and self-producing her music for years, Amy Shark became a household name in 2016 with the release of her breakout hit, ‘Adore’.

The emotive single put Amy on the map as one of Australia’s most formidable emerging songwriters.

‘Adore’ went on to achieve 5 x Platinum certification in Australia, a streaming count that surpassed 111 million and second place in the influential listener-voted 2016 Triple J Hottest 100. This was followed by 4 x Platinum single ‘I Said Hi’.

About Evie Irie

With hectic punk energy and universal pop ambition, Australian native Evie Irie strikes a balance between the wild sonic bliss of WILLOW and classic Gwen Stefani ‘just a girl’ energy.

About Teenage Joans

Since Teenage Joans first burst onto the stage in late 2018, they have left every room they play full of brand new and soon-to-be longtime fans.

Not only does this two piece indie/pop-punk powerhouse play beautifully crafted songs that have audiences singing along the first time they hear them, but the songs are as real and important as they are unapologetic.

Cahli and Tahlia have a lot to say and they are going to say it, you are going to listen, and nobody is going to stand in their way.