When it comes to events and live shows, Australia is in quite a fortunate position as we are slowly reverting back to a route towards pre-COVID times. As an example, singer-songwriter Amy Shark has announced that her CRY FOREVER national tour will commence in June/July, which will constitute one of the first arena tours globally since the pandemic hit.
While it will be a reserved seating event, it is a major step forward especially since the shows boast full arena production.
The tour backing the release of Amy’s sophomore album Cry Forever will see Amy incarnate at Australia’s largest venues starting at Newcastle Entertainment Centre on June 11, before moving to Qudos Bank Arena (Sydney) on June 12, Rod Laver Arena (Melbourne) on June 18, Wrest Point Lawns (Hobart) June 19, HOTA (Gold Coast) June 25, Riverstage (Brisbane) June 26, Adelaide Entertainment Centre July 1 and will finish up in Perth at RAC Arena on July 3 and further details can be found here.
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