HOMEGROWN multi ARIA award winning, Australian singer-songwriter Amy Shark is back, bigger and better than ever with her upcoming headlining tour set to be one of the first post COVID-19 arena tours!

The Cry Forever tour due to kick off on Friday June 11 at Newcastle’s Entertainment Centre marks a momentous occasion in both the return of live music, touring and as Amy’s most ambitious live undertaking yet. Eponymously titled after her new album the tour is set to see her performing in some of Australia’s largest venues on offer.

Amy is committed to doing whatever it takes to ensure the national tour goes ahead and although to meet COVID-safe guidelines the tour will now be entirely seated in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth, fans can still expect a full arena production and a show that is not to be missed! Fans with existing tickets will be able to convert their standing floor tickets to allocated seats on the floor. 

The tour will see the debut of a fresh new show featuring A1 production and musicianship that is set to bring her new album to life. 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’), the Gold Coast local is no stranger to the big stage and sure knows how to put on an impressive show. With support from exciting newcomers Evie Irie and Adelaide’s Triple J Unearthed High 2020 winners Teenage Joans – don’t snooze on tickets because this tour promises to be huge.

The new album Cry Forever set for release on April 30 is the follow up to Amy Shark’s 2018 #1 ARIA Album Of The Year, LOVE MONSTER. Written and recorded between the US, UK, New Zealand and Shark’s own home studio on the Gold Coast, the 13-track album showcases her exceptional songwriting on full display. Co-produced with A-List producers: Dann Hume (ARIA 2018 & 2019 Producer Of The year), M-Phazes (Ruel, Eminem), Joel Little (Lorde, Taylor Swift), Jamie Hartman (Lewis Capaldi, Rag ‘n’ Bone Man), Dan Wilson (Adele, Leon Bridges) and Sammy Witte (Harry Styles, King Princess. The album also features collaborations with some of music’s heavyweights: ‘Love Songs Ain’t For Us’ feat Keith Urban and ‘C’Mon’ feat Travis Barker. While tracks like ‘Baby Steps’ take us to the heart of who Amy Shark is and the journey she has been on.

1.    The Wolves
2.    Everybody Rise
3.    Worst Day Of My Life
4.    C’MON (feat. Travis Barker)
5.    All The Lies About Me
6.    Miss You
7.    Love Songs Ain’t For Us (feat. Keith Urban)
8.    I’ll Be Yours
9.    You’ll Never Meet Anyone Like Me Again
10.  That Girl
11.  Lonely Still
12.  Baby Steps

13. Amy Shark

The album is available for preorder via Wonderlick/Sony Music at this link

Tickets to the national tour are on sale now and can be purchased here. Current GA ticketholders will receive an email from Ticketek detailing how to convert GA tickets to seated floor tickets.


TOUR ALERT: The Veronicas

FORMIDABLE Queensland pop duo The Veronicas will hit the road mid-year, smack bang between their TWO studio album releases due this year.

That’s right, folks – not only will Lisa and Jess Origliasso release Godzilla in May, they will also release a second album, Human, in July, taking the whole thing on the road throughout June.

The girls will also be appearing on our television screens this year, alongside Michelle Bridges, Ross Noble and a stack of other celebs on The Celebrity Apprentice Australia.

Their 12-date national tour will take in both regional and metro centres, including Darwin, Perth, Newcastle, Hobart, Canberra and the Sunshine Coast.
It will be their first full-scale tour in six years.

The title track from their new album, ‘Godzilla,’ has reunited the twins with writing partner Toby Gad for the first time since they wrote smash hit ‘Untouched.’

Tickets to the tour go on sale 12pm March 31st via Live Nation.
Pre-order Godzilla/Human here.

Feature Pic: Brittany Long

The Veronicas 2021 Tour Dates
Fri 4 Jun – The Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane
Sat 5 Jun – Kings Theatre, Sunshine Coast
Sun 6 Jun – Twin Towns, Gold Coast
Thu 10 Jun – DEC Playhouse, Darwin
Sat 12 Jun – HBF Stadium, Perth
Sun 13 Jun – Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide
Tue 15 Jun – Canberra Theatre, Canberra
Wed 16 Jun – Civic Theatre, Newcastle
Fri 18 Jun – Hordern Pavilion, Sydney
Sat 19 Jun – WIN Entertainment, Wollongong
Fri 25 Jun – Odeon Theatre, Hobart
Sat 26 Jun – Forum, Melbourne