Tones and I announce 2024 Australia and New Zealand Tour

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Tones and I is hitting the road in 2024 and will be playing venues across Australia and New Zealand in August and September.

The Melbourne musician is the most streamed female artist on Spotify reaching 3 billion streams with her song Dance Monkey.

It has been three years since the artist’s last headline tour when she received acclaim for her “electric live performances and masterful song writing.”

She also supported P!nk at a 20-date stadium tour across Australia and New Zealand earlier this year.

Tones and I said the support and love from Australia and NZ had been incredible.

“My live show is something I hold very close to my heart and is the best representation of who I am,” she said.

“I’m so grateful to be embraced by people around Australia and NZ. I hope people leave feeling part of something.”

The tour kicks off in Sydney on August 23, followed by shows in Newcastle, Auckland, Brisbane, Townsville, Fremantle before finishing in Melbourne on September 7.

Fans can expect to hear new material with Tones and I performing songs from her sophomore album, including Dreaming and I Get High along with favourites Dance Monkey, Fly Away, Cloudy Day and Never Seen The Rain.

Since exploding onto the music scene in 2019 as a busker from Melbourne’s Mornington Peninsula, Tones and I has smashed records and won multiple awards.

She surpassed 10 billion streams, earned five ARIAs, and reached multi-platinum heights around the world.

Her breakout hit Dance Monkey went platinum six times in the US, and has held held a spot in the Top 10 Most-Streamed Song of All-Time on Spotify.

If you want to catch Tones and I presale tickets to the Australia and New Zealand Tour will be available to My Live Nation members on Friday.

Vodafone customers and Mastercard holders in Australia and New Zealand will have a chance to secure presale tickets from Wednesday.

Tickets to the public go on sale next week from 12pm Monday, April 15.

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